life changed a great deal in America, because we lost a lot more soldiers than we have in any other war so far. but, it ended the great depression. :):( It changed their lives… by affecting their food, water supply, and lotss of other natral resorses The Southwest became a growing, cultural, social, economic and political force.
Families changed a lot because the men would leave to go to thewar. When your dad is not home you get lonely and frightened. Onereason you would get frightened is because your… dad is not there toprotect you. Your mama is, but your dad is more secure feeling.Your mama could protect you no matter what. Also it is scarybecause your dad could die. Some families already know what it islike to have the man or women ( mom or dad) out the house. Thefamily unit changed dramatically during WWII because women wereneeded to take over factory jobs. Not to mention women were treatedwith a new respect that they did not have before, and the lack ofmen during WW2 gave women the opportunity to show they are equal tomen, so maybe without this war having taken place women would stillbe seen as second class citizens and be prevented from working. The family unit became the center of American patriotism and wasthe cushion to fall back on when something terrible happened. Itwas the only thing that provided security and protection, togetherwe stand, divided we fall.
Life changed after world war 2 because people didn't have very much money
there were no schools in world war two because the bombs is aver wuar and they did not go because it is not save.
The joined the war manufacturing industry. They built planes, war implements, ammo and even Higgins boats.Many nurses joined the military and worked hard as nurses on the war …front and home front.Some women took care of children of the war workers.They put out a lot of effort for the war effort. They bought war bonds, helped to sell them, rolled bandages for the Red Cross. Donated blood and many things like used stockings, pots and pans and their time as volunteers.They also mourned the loss of their father, brothers, sons, cousins, friends and business associates or teachers.They rallied together to help those who lost their loved ones.They planted victory gardens and learned to make do with rations.They wrote millions of letters to the soldiers.Many joined the Army, Navy, Air Corps and the Women's Army Auxiliary. 2nd answer: Great answers!! I only add that there were a number of women in the Army WAC who flew warplanes from where they were, factories for example, to where they were needed.
Woman were now well known and earned alot of respect by joining the army in world war 2. Woman died while fighting and so did men so doesnt that make them equal? Wo…man were now well known and earned alot of respect by joining the army in world war 2. Woman died while fighting and so did men so doesnt that make them equal?
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1- After fighting two World Wars, the United Kingdom lost its standing as one of the top world powers. 2- UK had a large empire prior to WW2 but after the war many countries …sought their independence. Some countries such as India did not gain their independence for many years but WW2 was a catalyst that began this change. 3- The UK had to borrow money from the US to pay for the war. This was not paid finally back until recently. 4- Food and clothing was rationed for many years. It was not until 1948 that the British could buy sweets (candy) again. 5- No cars were built between 1940 and 1950 so everybody had to drive round in old bangers for years. 6- The UK had to maintain a large army of occupation based in Germany for many years. This meant that all males had to spend two years in the armed services. 7- Many men returned from the war to find they had no job and had to find new jobs. 7- Large areas of countryside had been converted to aerodromes and army camps and could not be converted back. The beaches had to be cleared of anti-tank defenses and barbed wire. 8- Many cities had been seriously bombed and had to be rebuilt. Coventry Cathedral was totally destroyed and was rebuilt.
it was terrible and it claimed lots of lives
"Troops lives have changed very much during ww2 they had to learn to be strong and never give up. They sometimes had to go for day after day without food or water it must have… been tough for them! " some of them went from being alive to being dead.
In World War 2
To the best of my knowing, women took all the jobs men had. They had those jobs on top of taking care of their families. They worked as farmers and factory workers to help the… war effort. Millions of men were away in military service. Women replaced them in so many industries vital to the production of war materiel needed to defeat the Nazis and the Japanese. Without so many women contributing to the war effort at home, the Allies might very well have been defeated.
In World War 2
Women became an integral part of the work force showing that they had the skills and the determination to do what was previously considered to be a man's job .
Women that were not usually employed for certain job roles had to been employed to take on jobs that society usually bestrode upon the men, but they were off fighting in the w…ar so that basically they had no choice to take them on. This is also one the reason why Germany lost the war, because they were unable to mobilize a similar work force in there country.
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Before the Seond World War, women were expected to be "housewives", or do certain "women's work," such as nursing, being a domestic servant or shop assistant. If women were …sent to aid in the war effort during World War II, they provided assistance on American bases by working as cooks, nurses (combat nurses whom treated wounded soldiers [who survived combat] on-site at Allied bases), telecommunications operators ('encoders" and/or "decoders" for encrypting and/or translating messages, such as using Morse Code). But, if women stayed on the homeland, or if they volunteered/joined the Armed Forces and obtained jobs while their husbands/boyfriends were overseas fighting in the war, they filled a variety of jobs, many that were previously thought of as being unsuitable for women because they were dangerous occupations. In March of 1941, women were called up and relied on for "war work." Here's what women worked as during World War II to help the war effort and the American economy: mechanicsengineerstank driversship buildersfactory workers (making bombs, missiles, regular, explosive, and tracer bullets, as well as aircraft parts or entire airplanes, automobiles [Jeeps], tank parts or entire tanks, and other necessary military products)air raid wardensdriving fire engines (fire truck drivers)plumbersambulance drivers/possibly EMTsWRVS (formerly as the Women's Royal Voluntary Service [for volunteer jobs]; later shortened and often referred to as WVS, or the Women's Voluntary Service [or Services, perhaps]; was founded and operated within England, but may have had American women assist the British women whom worked as part of the WRVS)nurses (as said before; might have also been referred to as "medic[s]/combat medic[s]" or "corpsman[men]"). Although, women were required by the government to work. At first, only women between the ages of 20 and 30 were called up for work, but by the mid-1943, almost 90% of single women, and 80% of married women were working in factories, on the land, or in the Armed Forces. Large numbers of women were involved in the war effort and many joined the Armed Forces, even though they didn't have to. Here's the exact numbers: 640,000 joined the Armed Forces55,000 served with guns in providing essential air defense80,000 were in the former Land Army (were farmers/ranchhands)many more flew unarmed aircraft, drove ambulances, worked as nurses, and worked behind enemy lines as part of the European resistance.