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Generation who resulted from the high rate of reproduction after men came home at end of ww2
Actually, BabyBoomers was a term given to a generation that was born around 1945 - 1960. There WA sa bit of a population growth then and a boom of babies being born, hence the… name. Answer A person that is born into a town that is called a boom town. Like some of the old towns like some in California when all the gold rush came. They babies that were born in these towns are eras were called baby boomers. 1946 _______________________________________________________________________ Baby boomers was the term given to people who were born with in 20 years after world war 2
Baby Boomers are the generation of people born in the period following World War II from 1946 to 1964.
Baby boomers were the generation after World War II. Soldiers came home from the war and had lots of children, making the baby boomers the largest generation that the United …Stated had ever seen. The time period is debated but it is generally thought of as around 1946 -1960.
Some characteristics of baby boomers generations are achievers, explorers, goal oriented, and self-sufficient.
becuase people in the army came back horny and banged their wives.
The generation after the Baby Boomers is called Generation X. There is a link below to an article on Generation X.
Persons in the US who were born in the late 1940's and early 1950's are baby boomers.
It is my understanding that the "baby boom" resulted from the return of millions of young American men (and women) from World War II.. Having been away from the US for as man…y as 4-5 years, the returning GIs immediately sought out their girl friends (or wives), married them (novel idea, no?) and proceed to produce babies in record numbers. The US economy was booming after the war, and there was a huge spike in the number of babies born in this country.. These babies - born starting in 1946 and lasting thru 1964 - are known as the "baby boom", hence "baby boomers".
Baby boomers were born between 1946 and 1964. 1965 and beyond are generation X.
First of all, I take it that you mean what technology did they had when they were kids. Otherwise they would have the same technology as everybody else today. If people toda…y were transported back to the 50s they would be shocked. They had some of the same things that we have today in name only. If you had a telephone (and not everyone did) it could have been a party line. Several people were on the same line. You had your ring such as two shorts ect. then you knew when to answer when it rang. The phone didn't have a dial on it. To make a call you told the operator the number that you were calling. They had television altho not every one did. You could tell who had a television by the antenna on top of the house. The televisions were all black and white and most people could only get one channel. Even then it was not on 24 hours a day. If you turned it on to early in the morning you would get either nothing or you would get the test pattern. One more thing about television. There were giants on that little black and white screen. You could see people like George Burns, Red Skelton, Jack Benny, Jimmy Durante , and Milton Burl. They had radio and record players for music . Record players used vinyl discs which were singles or long players (lp) - large records with 10 or more songs on them.
There are more women baby boomers. According to the US Census Data, women outnumbered men by more than two million. There is more at the link below.
baby boomer is when a lot of babies are produced/born
The Baby Boom era is a population of people that were born between the years 1946 and 1964 in the United States. It is estimated that during this period of time, 79 million pe…ople were born.
Members of the generation known as the "baby boomers" were born in the late 1940s and early 1950s, in the years immediately following the end of World War II. Soldiers came ho…me, married the women they had been apart from during the war, and settled down to start a family almost immediately, accounting for the major rise in births during those years.