World War II Essay | American Homefront During World War II

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American Homefront During World War II

Summary: Describes the homefront during WWII
The battle at Pearl Harbor, the leading kick off to World War II, set the courses of changing many lives and many actions taken in the nation. On December 8th, 1941, President Roosevelt asked for a declaration of war. The declaration was passed and the United States went to war against the Japanese Empire. Sixteen million men and women went to war and twelve million Americans, one in eleven, would serve in the military at any one time during the war (Lawson, 60). World War II was influential in dramatically restructuring America's family life.

America's men and women were being called to the military. The nation sincerely needed as many people to fight in the war. Only men were able to bare arms in the military. More then 60% of America's men in uniform were drafted (Lawson, 60). There were a minute number of men who refused to...

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