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The American Home Front. December 7, 1941 - 1945. The American Home Front. Objectives: Review events of December 7th 1941 Discuss American Government’s reaction to attacks. View events and actions taken by the American people.
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The American Home Front December 7, 1941 - 1945

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The American Home Front Objectives: Review occasions of December seventh 1941 Discuss American Government\'s response to assaults. View occasions and moves made by the American individuals. Clarify causes and occasions of the passageway of the United States into the war. Words to know: Ration, G.I., Industry, front, lack of bias, the Women\'s development, two front war.

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What do we think about our nation? What makes it up? What number of states? What are the areas? What do we deliver? Do we have numerous characteristic assets? Can we make due all alone at this point? Is it accurate to say that we were ready to make due all alone in 1941? What did Germany and Japan think about this nation? A "Dozing Giant" was stirred on December seventh.

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The American Home Front After the assault on Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt read his well known discourse to Congress and the United States Declared War on Japan. This drove Germany and Italy to announce war on the U.S. World War II was currently at America\'s shores. (such a great amount for impartiality).

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The American Home Front The Axis Japan Germany Italy Allies Britain United States Soviet Union Other nations around the globe join the war on the two sides. They help with fighters, nourishment, weapons, bases and so forth

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The American Home Front The American People were requested that by the administration apportion everything. The administration likewise sold securities or acquired cash from its own particular individuals to help with the war. They required the cash since they expected to help the Allies and additionally themselves. The U.S. was additionally not an exceptionally rich nation and urgently required cash. The Goal was to help partners while the U.S. arranged.

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The American Home Front In the U.S., Americans were terrified and were anxious about the possibility that that Japan was focusing on California (LA, San Francisco,), Washington and Oregon. In planning they passed: Executive Order 9066 Tanks and troopers were additionally sent to watch and ensure the coasts. Mounted guns was readied and littler boats were watching. In actuality, the U.S. could do little to shield itself right now.

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The American Home Front Off the bank of Florida, New York (the East drift), Germany was sinking our shipper ships with its submarines. Germany trusted that the U.S. was helping G. England and France. In the west, the U.S. was losing fights in Asia. We had lost the Phillipines and additionally a few of our littler island regions. Australia and India were under assault and it looked like China would fall soon to Japan. It didn\'t search useful for America or the Allies.

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The American Home Front The American military was not set up for a hard and fast war. Recall that it just had 300,000 men. About the same size as Denmark\'s. The U.S. approaches American men to enroll. The American individuals react. Truth be told the Government is overpowered by the number that choose to join. Patriotism clears the nation.

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The American Home Front American Industry needed to go from peace time creation to war time production(which takes a considerable measure of time). GM, Ford, and Chrysler went from making autos to tanks. Boeing from general planes to aircraft and contender planes. Firearm producers like Colt, from chasing rifles to automatic weapons, flamethrowers, war rifles.

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The American Home Front With the nation in full war mode, the U.S. was delivering weapons quicker than anyone around imagined that it would or could. In one month, the U.S. could create up to 4,000 tanks and 4,500 planes. Ship generation additionally expanded drastically to secure our coasts.

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The American Home Front Farms were delivering however much sustenance as could be expected. Meats and grains were apportioned and prepared for the war exertion. A great part of the nourishment went to Britain and Russia. Both nations had officially lost a great many fighters and residents due to the war and as an aftereffect of starvation. Families turned in all the scrap metal they could and also oil and gas to offer assistance. The U.S. acknowledged even from kids.

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The American Home Front The war had a unintended impact. Ladies joined the workforce. Prior to the war, just around 3 million worked in the U.S. Most were housewives and raised families. Since such a large number of men went to war, the U.S. was edgy for laborers to create weapons. So they supplanted the men with ladies.

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The American Home Front The American Gov\'t proceeded with work on mystery weapons for WWII. Some were not yet prepared. The Manhattan Project was a piece of this mystery program. It was started in 1941, the day preceding Dec. seventh assault. The task would at last end WWII.

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