1941: WWII and its AftermathThe WWII and its Aftermath period is 1941 through 1951.
1942: Fed's Role During WWIIThe Federal Reserve played important roles during World War II.
1944: Bretton Woods CreationThe Bretton Woods System was established in 1944
1946: Employment Act of 1946At the conclusion of World War II, with hundreds of thousands of American soldiers returning home, a large share of the workforce concerned about finding jobs as the economy transitioned
1951: WWII to the Treasury-Fed AccordJust as it had in WWI, in WWII, the Fed pegged interest rates at a low level in order to facilitate the financing of government debt.