Most Likely. Throughout World War II many American factories changed from making whatever to making armaments for the war. There was a huge increase in factories making armaments because of having to supply U.S. troops as well as others such as the U.K. and other allied nations. The allies in Europe were poor and right in the battle feild so the U.S. gave money weapons and men. I would say there was definatly a factory in every state makeing weapons at leats one in each anyway.
less supplies and factories
Huge demand for all kinds of war supplies.
More factories meant more weapons and ammunition and military supplies.
Factories are needed to make goods. During the war they made uniforms, supplies, guns, weapons and other necessary items. After the war they were needed to create the things needed to rebuild.
It enjoyed huge prosperity because all kinds of war supplies were in demand from its factories and farms.
The North had the factories capable of making supplies and equipment for war.
US Factories were NOT bombed by the enemy during WW2.
The huge demand for all the war-supplies that Northern factories and farms could provide - and that Southern plantations couldn't.
women worked in factories to make weapons and war supplies. They filled the role that men had before the war.
they didnt have factories during the Victorian era