What were the conditions like on the homefronts for the Axis powers during World WarII?
homefront is a name given to the activities of the civilians during a state of war. Germany employed millions of forced laborers and POWs. rationing was introduced. later on, a strict rationing program was introduced. The system gave extra rations for men involved in heavy industry, and lower rations for Jews and Poles in the areas occupied by Germany, but not to the Rhineland Poles. women were not meant to work, but children had to collect materials for the production of war equipment.
um that's about it i guess
68 American civilians were killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Other civilian casualty numbers are estimates. Axis countries - Germany - 2,350,000, Italy - 60,000, and Japan - 393,400. Five major allied powers France - 470,000, Britain - 60,600, Russia - 6,700,000, and China - 8,000,000.Other countries were involved but these are the primary forces involved. The numbers are from a textbook I was using a few years ago as well.
It depends on how many kilotons the bomb has which is pretty much literally its destructive power. The atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima during World WarII was called little boy and had either 25, 30, or 35 kilotons(sorry i can't remember the exact amount) and reached about 0.5 or 1 mile from where it was dropped in all directions. Little boy was the first atomic bomb ever used. Hope this answers your question correctly =)
From the book 'VICTORY the epic of world warII' military: 24,519,000 civilian: 30,420,000 Jew's 5,978,000 not counting the estimated 1,170,000 Malayan's Filipino's and Indonesians under Japanese rule Total: 60,917,000 Note: that is just world war 2, world war 1 had around 9million military deaths? and double that from the flu and hunger after the war had finished although i dont have exact numbers
An oversimplification is the women during WWII could no longer be the "stay at home mom/wife" they were very used to being. The men were going off to fight the war, but that didn't mean things stopped functioning back in the States. So, the women had to get out there and start filling in for the men; working the kind of jobs that were previously considered to be "men only." Once the draft set in…
After 1945 the major corporations in America grew even larger and developed holdings overseas where labor was cheaper, the automobile industry and housing industry increased, and the GI bill sent many people to school and work creating a Middle Class. Also, people migrated to the suburbs creating a need for shopping malls and better road systems.