- Author:Charlie Samuels
- Publisher:Wayland (May 1, 2011)
- Pages:48 pages
- FB2 format1947 kb
- ePUB format1675 kb
- DJVU format1473 kb
- Formats:mbr lrf rtf docx
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by. Samuels, Charlie, 1961-. ark:/13960/t0xq3t98c. Describes civilian life for people around the world on the home front during World War II, including stories of relocation, rations, and new jobs to support war efforts"-Provided by publisher. Industry - Paying for the war - Shortages and rationing - Women at war - Children and evacuation - Timeline of World War II - World War II in Europe - World War II in the Pacific - Biographies - Glossary.
This series brings World War II vividly to life through a wide variety of primary sources. Charlie Samuels studied at the University of Oxford before beginning a career in publishing that has lasted over 20 years. He has written hundreds of articles and dozens of books for younger readers, particularly about historical, cultural and military subjects.
The lives of soldiers in World War II is explored through first hand-evidence including posters, newspapers, diaries, letters, speeches, poems and songs. This title looks at recruitment and training of soldiers, how morale was kept up with entertainment, the medical care that soldiers received, and demobilisation.
The United States homefront during World War I saw a systematic mobilization of the country's entire population and economy to produce the soldiers, food supplies, ammunitions and money necessary to win the war. Although the United States entere. Although the United States entered the war in April 1917, there had been very little planning, or even recognition of the problems that Great Britain and the other Allies had to solve on their own home fronts. As a result, the level of confusion was high in the first 12 months.
The World War II Home Front means the non-military activities of a nation during wartime, including politics, society, culture and the economy. Life on the home front during World War II was a significant part of the war effort for all participants,. Life on the home front during World War II was a significant part of the war effort for all participants, and had major impact on the outcome of the war. This article covers World War II, except for the . see American Homefront, World War II.
World War II is explored through first hand-evidence including posters, newspapers, diaries, letters, speeches, poems and songs. This title looks at spying and security in the Second World War, from code breaking and spying to national security and civil defence. It looks at the hidden world of secrets and deception in World War Two. About the Author.
As well as bravery, leadership and luck, wars have always been decided by technology. This book looks at the weapons, armour and fighting hardware that made the difference in World War II. Twenty signficant vehicles, ships or weapons are described and the specific actions in which they played a decisive part. Includes a timeline placing the weapons in the context of war.