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United States home front during World War II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Internment of German Americans in the United States during World War II
Internment, arrest, deportation, and exchange of German Americans

Employment of Negro Troops

World War II: The Homefront

Maps and Flags (From the Home Front and the Front Lines, American Treasures Exhibition, Library of Congress)

Rosie the Riveter / WWII Home Front National Historical Park

Rosie the Riveter
Rosie the Riveter - A website for women who worked in factories and shipyards during World War II and the Rosie Store featuring Rosie t-shirts, mugs and books.

HyperWar: American Theater of Operations in World War II
History of World War II in the Western Hemisphere: military operations and high command; military, industrial, and manpower mobilization; domestic conditions.

Women and the Home Front During World War II : Library : MNHS.ORG

Home Front 1941-1945: “Buy War Bonds”
At first they were called Defense Bonds and they were U.S. Government issued bonds to finance the war effort, but the name was changed to War Bonds after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

WWII 's - Kilroy Was Here Unknown stories and forgotten places
WWII and Korean war Secrets. Unknown stories revealed and places rediscovered. Personal stories of combat, the home front, legends, Gremlins and foofighters

Bay Link - MacArthur Museum WWII Homefront Frameset

American Women's History: World War II

US Army Nurse Corps in World War II

The United States and World War II - Newark Public Library

World War II

The National World War II Museum, New Orleans

The Home Front: The War's Voices

Post-World War II baby boom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Attacks on North America during World War II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The "Good War"

San Francisco Wartime Dim-Out Regulations - 1942

The War Labor Board Insists on Equal Pay for Black Workers