Gas and oil was a big ration. Not only did we have to fuel our own planes, tanks, jeeps, etc... but also those of our ally Britain which was suffering a shortage of just about everything, thanks to the Nazi "wolf packs" or U-boat blockades that sank supply ships on their way to England. The English people suffered enormously being an island with limited resources.
Aside from petrolium, there were scrap metal drives, rubber drives, and the whole idea of a victory garden was to grow your own vegetables so the food could be sent to the troops. But this was probably more of a symbolic gesture to boost morale and show support.
They sent food and water, and supplies.
There was no support for the war on the Home front.
how did americans support war effort in world war 1
Pray and run factories or farms/plantations.
For exactly the same reason, as America lost ths Vietnam war! Lack of public support at home. Washington was a great leader and the Americans were smart.
African-Americans during the Revolutionary War supported the British/Loyalists.
They fought in it.
Because it helped them support the troops .
No there was not much support for the u.s troops back home
Americans bought bonds during World War II in support of the war. There was a great deal of public support for the military and people bought bonds to show that.
the south Americans left their home country because their was war
The Vietnam War affected the Americans at home due to civilian loss of life, about 415,000 lives.
yes the did lick your sack
They fought for the confederacy
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no not all amerikan supported the war for independence
They didn't want to be drafted!
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It affects the Americans at home deeply. for some, they have family fighting in the war and they miss them. and for others they just feel sad i guess...
Americans supported the country in many ways. Women especially worked in industries while the men to war.
To help support the war effort.