The Home Front. By Dylan, Haley, Julius, Olivia. Vocabulary. Mobilize- get ready to fight. Newsreel- a short film about current events. Internment Camp- a place where prisoners are held during wartime. Bias- a one-sided presentation of an issue. Important People.
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By Dylan, Haley, Julius, Olivia
Mobilize- get ready to fight.
Newsreel- a short film about current events.
Internment Camp- a place where prisoners are held during wartime.
Bias- a one-sided presentation of an issue
Franklin D. Roosevelt was the president in WWII he made a 100,000 Japanese Americans to be sent to Internment Camp because he thought they would try to attack America with Japan.
Children stepped up to help by raising money and growing food in Victory Gardens.
In September,1942, 4,000 students gathered in Washington to hear Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr. call for their help.
Writers and authors expressed the country’s feelings about this huge event. Many were about the war.
Propaganda would convince people to take part in a specific action.
Sacrifices were made on meat , sugar ,or gasoline.
They were rationed, or limited.
The Ford Motor Company started making airplanes and their engines.
People started having factory jobs because of the demand of military jobs.
Scientists developed radar.
Women worked in factories.#2
They would make military goods.#3
Gasoline was rationed because the military needed it.#4
Newsreels would give important current news about the war.#5
New soldiers were in need of supplies.#6
Some Japanese Americans fought in the war because they didn’t want to go to internment camp.#7