What happened on the home fronts during World War 1?
The girls had to do more of the boy's jobs because of their absence. American troops were ready for combat in 1918.
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What happen to the two ammbassadors that deceived Washington dc during the attack..jailed hung.. let go home?
What happened to the Japanese-Americans after they were let out of the camps in California during World War 2?
Depends on where they were and when. Men fighting at the Russian front faced severe cold in the winter, mud in the summer. Men fighting in the tropics faced heat and torrential rain. Men on the home fronts faced shortages of most things. Your question is simply too broad to answer in a meaningful way.
The radio was the only device the military forces had to use in communication and for informational purposes. The radio also kept the people of the home fronts updated on events of the war. The radio allowed government leaders to reach their people and the military. The telephone was used to but when troops were far way from phones they had to use the radio.
How was Hitler first stopped 3.How did American Occupation change Japan 4.What types of suffering occurred on home fronts during the war?
Hitler's advances through Europe were stopped by the Communist forces at Stalingrad. When America occupied Japan, Japan went from a militaristic monarchy to a democratic form of government. Rationing on the home front was one way people suffered during the war. Another way was knowing that friends and/or family may be dying on a battlefield and those at home were helpless to do anything for them.
During the Kokoda campaign, the Japanese were successful in making an attack on the Australian home front. The Australians were forced to retreat and were left were running low on supplies and disease reduced their fighting ability. Later on, the American fought along side of the Australians and defeated the Japanese.