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  • ...e social, economic, political, cultural and demographic history of [[World War I]], excluding the military and diplomatic aspects.
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  • #redirect[[World War I, Homefront]]
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  • see also [[World War I, Bibliography]] * Higham, Robin and Dennis E. Showalter, eds. ''Researching World War I: A Handbook'' (2003), 475pp; highly detailed historiography, stressing mi
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  • ...ar effort for all participants, and had major impact on the outcome of the war. The major powers devoted 50–60% of their total GDP to war production at the peak in 1943. The Allies produced about three times as m
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/World War I, Homefront]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Homefront}}
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  • The non-military activities of the nations involved in World War II, including politics, society, culture and the economy.
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  • ...Homefront] - Collection of color photographs of the homefront during World War II * Brandt, Karl. ''The reconstruction of world agriculture'' (1945) [http://chla.library.cornell.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c
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  • ...States, 1940-1945. For comparisons with other nations see [[World War II, Homefront]] ...d Industries Board. Thus Baruch proposed to freeze economic freedom during war in order to preserve it for peace. His approach enhanced the role of civili
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  • #redirect[[World War II, Homefront, U.S.]]
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  • A description of life in the U.S. during World War II.
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  • {{r|World War II, Holocaust}} Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/World War II, Homefront]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • * Adams, Michael C.C. ''The Best War Ever: America and World War II'' (1993); contains detailed bibliography ...ohn Morton ''V Was for Victory: Politics and American Culture During World War II'' (1995; original edition (1976)
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  • ...owers_of_persuasion_intro.html Powers of Persuasion: Poster Art from World War II, National Archives] ...du/govpub/collections/wwii-posters/index.html Northwestern U Library World War II Poster Collection]
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  • ...nd culture. Military and diplomatic affairs are covered under the relevant war article. *[[American Civil War]]
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  • * [[H-War]] * [[Cold War, Bibliography]]
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  • {{r|War}} {{r|World War II, Origins}}
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  • {{r|Hundred Years War}} {{r|World War I}}
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  • #redirect[[World War I, Homefront]]
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  • {{r|World War II, Holocaust}} Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/World War II, Homefront]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • #redirect[[World War II, Homefront]]
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  • #redirect[[World War II, Homefront, U.S.]]
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  • * Adams, Michael C.C. ''The Best War Ever: America and World War II'' (1993); contains detailed bibliography ...ohn Morton ''V Was for Victory: Politics and American Culture During World War II'' (1995; original edition (1976)
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  • ...e social, economic, political, cultural and demographic history of [[World War I]], excluding the military and diplomatic aspects.
    187 B (25 words) - 04:56, 15 September 2013
  • ...Homefront] - Collection of color photographs of the homefront during World War II * Brandt, Karl. ''The reconstruction of world agriculture'' (1945) [http://chla.library.cornell.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c
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  • ...e most important and useful English language books and articles on [[World War I]]. as selected by the editors. * Evans, David. ''Teach yourself— the First World War''. (2004)
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  • * [[Jonathan Edwards]] * [[War of 1812]]
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  • ...ce ceded Alsace/Lorraine to Germany, and had to pay five million francs in war indemnities to the Germans, who partially occupied the country until the de ...igned, France was faced with a crisis that threatened to blow into a Civil War. There are three principal reasons why Parisians revolted in 1871; Paris ha
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  • :'''Great War' redirects here. For other uses, see [[Great War (disambiguation)]].'' {{seealso|World War I, Homefront}}
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  • ...States, 1940-1945. For comparisons with other nations see [[World War II, Homefront]] ...d Industries Board. Thus Baruch proposed to freeze economic freedom during war in order to preserve it for peace. His approach enhanced the role of civili
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  • ...ar effort for all participants, and had major impact on the outcome of the war. The major powers devoted 50–60% of their total GDP to war production at the peak in 1943. The Allies produced about three times as m
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  • ===World War I=== ...8, when people were reduced to turnips meant for horses. At the end of the war there were severe food shortages and famines in Eastern Europe.<ref> Blunt
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Homefront]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|American Civil War}}
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  • ...ederal programs called the "[[New Deal]]", for leading the Allies of World War II to victory over Imperial Japan and Nazi Germany, and for defining modern ...vative coalition]] successfully ended New Deal expansion, and during World War II closed the major relief programs like the [[WPA]] and [[Civilian Conserv
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  • ...1920s through the 1940s, leading Canada through prosperity, depression and war. His surname was "King" but he was usually styled "Mackenzie King." ...hed Canada's international reputation as a middle power fully committed to world order.
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  • ...ger than the [[American Federation of Labor]]. Following the Second World War, the CIO battled with the AFL for various industrial sectors until merging ...much traction, was that of the [[Wobblies]] or [[Industrial Workers of the World]]. They rejected both the AFL's emphasis on trades and the CIO's emphasis o
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  • ...on power within the federation. They used that power to quash any drive toward industrial organizing. Shortly after the Convention, Lewis called together Charles Howard, President of the [[International Typographical Union]], [[Sidney Hillman]
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  • ...ks has caused serious air pollution. The average temperature in July, the warmest month, is 73°F (23°C.), and the average temperature in January, the c ...were in Natural Resources, Mining & Construction (+4.6%), Transportation, Warehousing & Utilities (+3.2%), and Professional & Business Services (+3.1%) s
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  • * [[Hundred Years War]] ===The Hundred Years War===
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  • As the climate became warmer and wetter, and the sea level rose, the paleo-Indian culture was replace ...pened Florida up to the Seminoles. <ref>Gallay 144-147</ref> The [[Yamasee War]] of 1715-1717 in South Carolina resulted in large numbers of Indian refuge
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  • ...n Rights. President [[Harry S. Truman]] called her the ''First Lady of the World'' in honor of her extensive human rights promotions. Along with [[Jane Add ...profile when her husband was Assistant Secretary of the Navy during World War I. She became more accustomed to the limelight when Franklin was the Democr
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  • ...e Banks." These Banks stretch for about 300 m. in a south-east direction towards the centre of the North Atlantic; depths range from 15 to 80 or 90 fathom ...s of cod were harvested annually from the Grand Bank off Newfoundland, the world's largest source of fish. Then disaster hit. The northern cod practically v
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  • ...John A. ''The Wars of Louis XIV, 1667-1714'' (1999) [http://www.amazon.com/Wars-Louis-1667-1714-Modern-Perspective/dp/0582056292/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=book ...the Course of History.'' 2005. 416 pp. [http://www.amazon.com/Enlightening-World-Encyclopedie-Changed-History/dp/1403968950/ref=sr_1_42?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=
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  • ...eds of thousands of well educated engineers and scientists from around the world. Less skilled jobs are plentiful in areas such as restaurants and construct # The enormous growth of war industries in WW1 and WW2 created new job openings for blacks&mdash;not in
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Prisoner of war]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Bob Woodward}}
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  • The '''[[Cold War]]''' is well documented by political scientists and historians. Following a ...''The Long War: A New History of U.S. National Security Policy Since World War II'' (2007) [http://www.amazon.com/gp/reader/0231131585/ref=sib_dp_bod_ex?i
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  • {{r|World War II, Homefront, U.S.}}
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  • * Cullen, L. M. ''A History of Japan, 1582-1941: Internal and External Worlds'' (2003) [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=106045491 online edition] ...istory of the Japanese Military.'' (1999). 384 pp. [http://www.amazon.com/Warriors-Rising-Sun-Japanese-Military/dp/0813336007/ref=sr_1_3/103-4827826-5463
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  • {{r|Irish War of Independence}} {{r|World War I, Homefront}}
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  • {{r|USS Warrick (AKA-89)}} {{r|World War II, Homefront}}
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  • ...tained high wages, attracting immigrants by the millions from all over the world. ...ddle colonies of [[New York]], [[Pennsylvania]], [[New Jersey]], and [[Delaware]] shipped general crops and furs. Except for slaves, [[standards of living
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  • ...''' is vast, with over 50,000 books on the [[U.S. Civil War|American Civil War]], with many more appearing each year. This is a selected, annotated list o * Steven E. Woodworth, ed. ''The American Civil War: A Handbook of Literature and Research.'' Greenwood Press. 1996. 756pp [htt
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  • ...:WTC OEM.jpg/credit|{{WTC OEM.jpg/credit}}<br/>|}}The twin towers of the [[World Trade Center]] under attack.]] ...cked four commercial airliners, crashing two into the twin towers of the [[World Trade Center]] in [[New York City]] and one into [[Pentagon Building|the Pe
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  • ...[detente]] with the [[Soviet Union]], and for ending American dominance of world monetary policy. In domestic affairs his rhetoric appealed to conservative ...m Vice President. His numerous foreign trips gave him a solid grounding in world affairs. With few formal duties, Nixon threw himself into state and local p
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  • ...ted and motivated population, as high a technology base as anywhere in the world, and intensive training. IDF describes its basic doctrine:<ref>{{citation **Israel cannot afford to lose a single war
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