What was life like during the war?
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their life was hard
it was horrible
it was crazy
Life was scary for a child during the Revolutionary War. The nation was at war, and it affected everyone, from towns people to farmers.
it was not good
Not the nicest....
Life during the war was nothing but hardships. mostof kids fathers either joined the war or the navy. Women had to take the men responsibilites like(working the farm, working, cutting wood e.t.c)
it as better than world war 1
life was very hard and difficult for both the british and americans
no it was great i was there
Hoping not to get drafted.
life was harsh and very hard many people died
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horrible they had no food at all
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the American homefront was under a great crisis during ww2
Life was Horrid for them no proper food, People in bad conditions.
What was life like for soldiers during World War 2 both in action and not in action such as camping or something?
life was short
During world war 1, woman took over the roles of men, knitting lots of socks and beanies for the men who were off at war.
Bad Terrible Boring No cable
Life was pretty bad for the poor, but not as bad as the depress; on that the war ended.
Why was life especially hard in the south during the war?
Life was very hard for those living in Britain during World War I. These individuals were always faced with the threat of night raids, lack of food, illnesses, and other such problems that struck the severely war torn areas.
Hell in knee high mud.
Nasty, brutish, and all too often, short.
I'd say... bad!
The Website below has great info about life in the US. http://www.angelfire.com/retro2/lisanostalgia2/40swar.html
Life in Russia was hard and horrible. Many people suffered and had no supplies to live off of
It was a Japanese occupied country and it was exploited and abused. and it was swantoned
many people didn't have food, money, or jobs.
same for all Jews in ww11
Very scary many men were left dramatized
It sucked - Yours sincerely, Jamie Taylor-Swain :)!
In World War I, as men left their jobs to fight overseas, women had know chose but to replace them.
Try reading My Brother Sam is Dead, it isnot a good title but is a good book if you want learn about war.
There wasn't much combat in 61. Most people were in denial, and hoped that life could carry on as normal.
During world war 2 many countries took part in the war, or they got involved.So the lives of these people were very baaadly affected as food, shelter, medicene all ran short at regular intervals.And life was very hard and difficult for the people affected by the war
if i was 17 during world war 2 than i would be terrified and interested at the same right know i an bored so world war 2 would be some action
They were made to do all the mens jobs :D
As you may know ww1 was not a Good four years for anyone.
Like during any war, food and materials are rationed in order to give the food to the troops and soldiers. Foods, like fruits, meats, veggies, and foods with a long shelf life will be given to the "war effort".
Very unhappy, because their fathers went to war. Worrying whether they could ever seebtheir father.
American life was civilized. We had new techonology out. then it occured. the civil war. before that it happened cuz of the book and muvie amistad
During the war life was hard. People did not really have freetime... it was depressing and upsetting so many people died during this war...its not funny
Like life in the US today, they were in a totalitarian police state and didn't realize the full extent of the powers they had granted Hitler until it was too late...