What do tin foil drives, victory gardens, and rationing have in common?

They were what urban residents did to help farmers recover from the Depression.

They illustrate the role of women during World War II.

They were all part of the sacrifices Americans made for the war effort.

They were part of the civilian reaction while waiting for the military to return home at the end of World War II.

2 Answers

  • I recall these things being part of everyday life in WWII when I was a child in England.We had adverts saying "Dig for Victory" on noticeboards.

  • Thank you, Greatest Generation!!!!!

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