Americans at home during World War 1 helped the war effort by?
By sending food and supply's to war territory's. (Needs of the soilders)
Army that don't have food can't fight.
Japanese-Americans have always been a valuable part of any American war effort. During World War 1, they served as part of the All Japanese Company D unit, First Hawaiian Regiment of Infantry. Japanese Americans were a large portion of Hawaii's population during the time, and stepped forward to enlist willingly. They hoped their enlistment would lead to them gaining American citizenship. Sadly, this did not happen.
How did the government use propaganda to convince Americans to support the war effort during world war 2?
Americans have historically been great supporters of wars being fought on foreign soil, both in word and action. During World War 2, many women went to work in factories to aid in the war effort while their men were off fighting the battle elsewhere. Many people worked to conserve goods with a rationing system to make sure that what was needed to fight the fight was available.
they fought, worked in factories, and acted as spies and nurses *Hundreds of women follwed their husbands to the battlefield, where they washed and cooked for the troops. The war opened some doors for African Americans. Thousands of slaves excaped to freedom in the chaos of war. African Americans served in the Continental Army, where their courage, loyalty, and talent impressed white Americans.
How did the role of young men and women become increasingly important to the war effort during World War 1?
American Indians were, and are a very proud people. During WWII, there were many heroic American Indians inluding the Navajo and Choctaw "Codetalkers" , as well as in the Euoropean and Pacific theatres of WWII. (D-Day, Iwo Jima, et cetera) They are also Americans and warriors, and their families are held in special regard. This can be exhibited during a dance ceremony or Pow Wow.
The Lusitania was a passenger ocean liner sunk by the Germans during World War One not World War 2. The sinking and killing of over 300 Americans, including Mr. Vanderbilt and thousands of Britons, incensed the Americans and President Wilson. The Congress and President Wilson declared war on Germany.
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery. Defeated the Germans in North East Africa. Fought the Germans in Europe, along with the Americans and Free French, (came up with the idea for the failed Market Garden Operation), and fought in Northern Europe, helped to turn the Germans back during the Battle of the Bulge (along with the Americans), and accepted the surrender of the Germans in North West Germany.
The propaganda posters used during World War I were meant to elicit enthusiasm for America's involvement in the war. Generally, this tactic worked although many Americans didn't feel entering the war would benefit them in any way. Men joined the war effort after the posters made them feel cowardly and inferior if they didn't enlist.