In general, post-war feelings were very positive. Most believed that the war was justified on the two major fronts, Europe and the Pacific, and were happy with the outcome. There was a sense of exhuberance and for decades the US rode on high hopes for the future. The Allied Forces were more than decent in how they treated the defeated nations. We helped Japan and Germany in their reconstruction and we heartily welcomed them into the world culture and economy. The actions taken by the US were also in the best interests of the US, but few will deny that US aid was crucial in the restoration of the parts of the world that were scarred by the war.
Selling War Bonds to US citizens
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418,500 US Citizens were killed during WW2.
1,700 US Civilians were killed during World War 2.
1,800 US Civilians were killed during World War 2.
the war was funded by American citizens using war bonds and rationing.
Japanese American citizens
buying war bonds.......................
Since US citizens were drafted to fight the war; it had a negative impact.
The Germans were not very popular. Some people changed their German sounding name to an American one. Other names for things were changed.
For US citizens, civil liberties were not curtailed very much during World War I. Some German citizens were ostracized and treated badly.
Rationing and loss of sons.
No They were citizens when the served in the military
Yes, the purchase of Liberty Bonds was the main way in which the US financed World War 1 adn it showed patriotism by it's citizens.
The US lost the most amount of men in the US Civil War, because the US was fighting itself. US citizens fought US citizens.
German U-Boats attacked and sank ships that were carrying US citizens, which in the process killed US citizens. This did happen during the period of time (1914-1917) during World War One before America had entered the war. Neutral citizens died if there ships were sunk.
I don't think the idea of freedom had much to do with the US entry into World War I or World War II. The US declared war on Germany in 1917 after the sinking of the Lusitania, where a number of US citizens died. The US entered World War II after the Japanese attack on the military bases at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and the German and Italian governments declared war on the US the next day.
The sinking of the Lusitania had an effect. 128 US citizens were drowned, but this was in 1915 & the US does not enter the war until April of 1917....
Of the approximately 110,000 Japanese Americans who were relocated to internment camps during World War 2, 62% of them were American citizens. Half of those interned were children.
Citizens assisted in raising foods for the soldiers. Citizens also provided material for soldiers. Women also contributed to work in the factories.