Well I asked my grandpa for you, he said that... Life back then was much more simple than today's standards-like schooling, how people dress and so on..., as soon as the war started everyone was in shock from pearl harbour still they as didnt expect the homefront to be attacked, aswell as millions of young men were shipped off into the Pacific (as my grandpa was) or Europe/Africa, rationing was in affect almost instantly, I can remember my father taking my brother wagon from him for the scrap drives. Also I grew up in new york/ New Jersey, and when there were blackouts you would never believe it, the whole city of new york was black, couldn't see a thing! Music was a big deal during the war as in boosting moral in America when it's men we're overseas. Any other questions you can email me at email@example.com
Former pitcher Early Wynn hit 17 home runs during his career.
Members of the generation known as the "baby boomers" were born in the late 1940s and early 1950s, in the years immediately following the end of World War II. Soldiers came home, married the women they had been apart from during the war, and settled down to start a family almost immediately, accounting for the major rise in births during those years.
he was a dodo bird
Jackson and UtleyReggie Jackson hit 5 home runs during the 1977 World Series, and Chase Utley hit 5 home runs during the 2009 World Series.
Songs from the residents' early years are received very well, since memories of early days and happier times remain sharp. I have used popular songs from the 1930s and 1940s. Most remember the tunes and the words.
In 1942 the United States home ownership rate stood at approximately 46 percent.
The most home runs by an individual in a World Series during the 1970s was 5 by Reggie Jackson of the New York Yankees during the 1977 World Series. That same series Jackson also hit the most home runs in a single world series game during the 1970s with 3.
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
They stayed at home.
Women and children.
kiss my but
They took their money out of banks and his them at home
to stay at home and screw their child because it was legal back then
Women who went to work in factories
Carried on in the home front.
The Home Front.
They had lots of sex