They lowerd the morale of their fellow countrymen that had to fight the war.
The home front was a group of civilians who helped to defend their town, village or city, usually during World War 2
Winston Churchill cared alot about britain and its home front
The local library has some wonderful books available: V is for Victory--The American Home Front during World War II by: Sylvia Whitman The Home Front During World War II--In American History by: R. Conrad Stein
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Besides the Japanese Islands themselves, the islands of Iwo Jima and Okinawa were considered the home front. There is a link to a site describing the Home Front in the related links.
The civilians at home, often struggling with conditions just as bad as the troops.
What happened in Britain during WW1, instead of on the battlefields.
The war itself
Carried on in the home front.
The Home Front.
it was hard
The home front during ww1 was all the men and women that helped out the wounded or starving solders that arrived home. They fed them, looked after them and even sleeped with them :p.......
Russia's home front during World War 1 was characterized by civil war. It was these internal conflicts that led to Russia's premature withdrawal from the war.
Soldiers on the home front.
the people that stayed home from the war had a lot of work to do
Peck Your Own Home - 1960 was released on: USA: May 1960
Because they were not ready for the war
No Place Like Home - 1960 I TV was released on: USA: April 1960
Personal accounts of a family's experience on the home front during World War 2 can be found at your local library. Most major bookstores have a section designated to war stories.
I am not used to a home front