Factories were quickly converted to war production. A maker of mechanical pencils turned out bomb parts. Bedspread manufacturers made mosquito netting. Soft drink companies converted filling bottles with liquid to filling shells with explosives.
Americans had to car pool or ride their bicycles because of oil, gas, and rubber shortages. In order to conserve silk, women painted seams up the back of their legs to make it seem like if they were wearing stockings.
Worried Americans about an invasion in the United States used aids that described what each plane looked like.
Rationing, and women had to do most of the work (the men went off to war).
the American homefront was under a great crisis during ww2
The homefront got the info the news would tell them. The news however didn't tell the homefront much things about the war. It was and is still true today.
the Australian home front was affected by world war 1..the question word is how? well why ask me??????... from anonymous..
because they never had enough weapons.
Check the question again and type in homefront as "home front".
the homefront was short on suplplies and resources
World War 2 brought down economy.
the woment had to replace the mens at work, so the women had to start going to work and being moms at the same time
Life on the European homefront during World War 1 was full of sacrifice and struggle by everyone. Things like food, clothing and gasoline were all rationed and making do was the thing to do. People who were used to having enough of everything were forced to plant gardens and mend their clothes just to get by from day to day.
by camping out
Yes, he was, but he got wounded and returned to the homefront.
Holocaust homefront howitzer
President Obama was born long after World War 2.
they sent their animals
to bake cookies and cakes for soilder
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Because it was of such short duration, it had little effect on the homefront.
See Rosie the Riveter/World War II Homefront National Historical Park.
there were rations on almost everything
they missed their husbands very much.
the homefront had to give up supplies such as bread and flour and metal. and the Americans lived off of rations during the us involvement with the war. the homefront had to give up supplies such as bread and flour and metal. and the Americans lived off of rations during the us involvement with the war.
With so many men going into the service, women were ecouraged to go to work in "war factories" where they learned completely new skills and got paid well, too.
The War benefited the economy of the US. Wages went up, unemployment went away, prices went up but the wages stay in line with the inflation. Businesses thrived.