2 edition of World War I, the home front found in the catalog.
World War I, the home front
|Statement||Social Issues Resources Series, Inc. and National Archives Trust Fund Board.|
|Contributions||Social Issues Resources Series, inc., National Archives Trust Fund Board.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 68 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||68|
Get this from a library! V is for victory: the American home front during World War II. [Sylvia Whitman] -- Describes life in the United States during World War II, discussing such activities as civil defense, the Japanese relocation, rationing, propaganda, and censorship. The contributions of women during World War II provide especially useful insights into the impact of war and the combination of change and continuity on the home front. The phrase "Rosie the Riveter" has survived as the most remembered icon of the civilian workforce that helped win the war. The image of "Rosie the Riveter" has come to symbolize.
Children of World War II Find out what life was like for children in the Second World War. MOI Reports The website holds the Home Intelligence Reports of the Second World War which include regular surveys of public opinion on events, policies and the state of morale on the home front. Children's Books about World War I () Description: th anniversary of the "Great War". A list of children's picture books and stories, fiction and non-fiction, about young lives on the battlefield and civilian stories of life on the homefront during World War I.
“I realize that I am a soldier of production whose duties are as important in this war as those of the man behind the gun.” So began the pledge that many home front men took at the outset of World War II when they went to work in the factories, fields, and mines while their compatriots fought in the battlefields of Europe and on the bloody beaches of the Pacific. The male experience of. Buy a cheap copy of World War II: The Home Front book. World War II: The Home Front includes a booklet containing a teachers guide, a set of reproductions of original documents, and a CD-ROM containing exercise Free shipping over $
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Roll Me Over: An Infantryman's World War II OVER THEREWhen Raymond Gantter arrived in Normandy in the fall World War Ibodies were still washing up from the invasion. Sobered by that sight, Gantter and his fellow infantrymen moved across northern France and Belgium, taking part in the historic.
"an excellent collection. The nine contributors by World War II scholars focus on a wide range of home-front concerns, including working women, racial issues, democracy, domestic experience, Hollywood, and opportunities for a middle-class : Hardcover.
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$ The Darkest Year: The American Home Front William K. Klingaman. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $Cited by: 9. World War II on the Home Front book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It's December The United States has just entere /5. The Home Front is the name given to the effect of the war on people’s everyday lives.
Home Front WW2: Evacuation When the war began in September the government knew that large cities would be the target for German bombs and that casualties would be high.
World War II Fiction: The Home Front. World War II is a way to tame a shrew and a bully and to the home front book off adorable couples of multiple generations. The fact that the fighting is still going. The 'home front' covers the activities of the civilians in a nation at war.
World War II was a total war; homeland production became even more invaluable to both the Allied and Axis on the home front during World War II was a significant part of the war effort for all participants and had a major impact on the outcome of the war.
There's a War on, You Know. During the Second World War, you couldn't just walk into a shop and buy as much sugar or butter or meat as you wanted, nor could you fill up your car with gasoline whenever you liked. All these things were rationed, which meant you were only allowed to buy a small amount (even if you could afford more).
The government introduced rationing because. These World War II Propaganda Posters Rallied the Home Front When Britain and France went to war with Germany inAmericans were divided over whether to join the war effort.
This book is, I think, the best single volume book on the British Home Front in the First World War. The way that the book pulls together social history and cultural history, in particular, is. World War I, often referred to as the Great War, began in July of and ended a little over four years later in November of During that time, devastating casualties were felt on both sides—as well as on the home front.
But it was also a time of great perseverance and : Sarah Mangiola. This book is a collection of nine essays examining the impact of World War II on the American people. The contributions range from "macro" studies (the ways corporations sought to recruit women into the work force) to "micro" studies (the impact of the war on working conditions in Indiana) to biography (the Congressional career of Margaret Chase Smith).
The Digital Public Library of America brings together the riches of America’s libraries, archives, Women entered the workforce in large numbers during World War II, replacing men who had joined the armed forces. World War II: Women on the Home Front.
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WW1 At Home: a growing collection of stories that show how WW1 affected the people and places of the UK and Ireland. The BBC has partnered with Imperial War Museums and the Arts and Humanities. American icon Studs Terkel relives the personal tolls of World War II through interviews with soldiers, sailors and civilians alike.
Providing unfiltered accounts from those directly affected by the war, both at home and on the front lines, Terkel allows the reader to experience what it truly meant to live through every facet of World War II. When World War II broke out, Roosevelt led the nation through a dramatic changeover to a wartime economy.
Women found a new place in the workforce; Americans at home pulled together to economize through rationing of food, tires, gasoline, silk, and more; families grew their own produce in their victory gardens; and school children saved their pennies to invest in war bonds.
World War I proved to be an intensely profitable time for Bethlehem Steel, turning the company into one of the largest in the world. During this period, Bethlehem Steel supplied the Allies with artillery and took a $ million order from Britain that was the largest in the company’s history to that point.
Read this book on Questia. Since the first edition of this well-received title appeared, there has been an explosion of scholarly as well as popular interest in World War II and the home front. Since the audio drama Home Front, which was commissioned by BBC Radio 4 to mark centenaries of World War One (WWI), has been highlighting events and ways of life in Britain through WWI many.Narrated by Emmy Award–winning actor Martin Sheen, The Home Front: Life in America During World War II takes listeners into the lives of Americans at home—part of the Greatest Generation—who supported the war effort and sustained the country during wartime.
The war brought immediate, life-changing shifts: the rationing of meat, dairy products, and sugar; an explosion of war-related jobs.World Book Online is an engaging, verified, and trustworthy digital resource for grades pre-K through high school.
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