The Vietnam War affected the Americans at home due to civilian loss of life, about 415,000 lives.
As far as possible they returned to civilian life ...
It OWNED THEIR LIFE
The industrial demands for wartime production in World War II meant that civilians had to have rationing of basic materials, and some foodstuffs. Bureaucracy expanded dramatically during the war, as did federal power. The government became the single most important force in American life.
There was no Ferderal government...
Debt, great depression
How was Texas affected by world war 1
Both sides bombed civilian targets in an attempt to break each others will to fight by causing great loss of life and destruction.
one and a half million civilian casualties
someone not in the military
World war one affected the way of life by people not getting many privlages and family members were dying.
World War 1 massively affected life in the 1920's. For example, the life expectancy of young men dramatically decreased due to military service.
Well WW1 was the first total war which meant it was the first war that didn't just affect the fighters it also affected many aspects of civilian life. People were affected in many ways such as, rationing was introduced, peeps affected by propaganda, government took control of industry, there was more censorship, women started working. -EDIT- Women were given the vote because of their contribution during the war. Women from ages 30 and over were given the vote in November 1918
They returned to civilian life (went to school, got jobs, got married, etc.).
Many cities were affected by world war 1. Denisen, in germany, was one of the most affected cities.
It was similar, yes, but it had more meaningful changes, America was introduced to the Kamakazi style fighting of the Japanese and our Economy was in a better position that in world war 1.
The life in 1940 in was rather difficult for most nations in the world. This was slightly after World War II had started which meant war and conflict was the order of the day which affected the livelihood of most people.
22 millions, 11 mil civilian deaths
About 16 Million people, military and civilian, died in World War I.
It was greatly affected,
World War II had an incredibly larger number of deaths if including both civilian and military loss of life. In the second World War, over 60 million people were killed, and in the first World War, approximately 37 million people were killed.
Miep Gies Was affected by World War 2 Very deeply.