World War II Propaganda

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This image is showing Rationing , Rationing became an essential practice during the Second World War. American soldiers were fighting the war in Europe and they were in need of supplies, so the government found it necessary to ration food, gas, and even clothing during that time. People were asked to help those soldiers who were fighting for their country. All American citizens started to ration everything  in order to ensure that the soldiers would have enough food and others supplies.

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5 Responses to “World War II Propaganda”

  1. Infumous on December 10th, 2014 8:22 am

    This evidence supports Industrialization and nationalism.

    oceanmtnsky Reply:

    Industrialization because of SURPLUS and NATIONALISM because of the emotional support of a total war effort at home….right?

  2. GeminiSyndrome on December 10th, 2014 8:24 am

    imagine if american troops didnt get the supplies they needed if the people didnt ration their food and clothing. we are lucky today that we dont have to ration our food, that we have enough supplies to supply our soldiers with what they need. if the supply and demand wasnt the way it is today with food like it is in third world countries, we eventually wouldnt be a successful country bas a whole. its amazing how much food has an effect on a country.

    oceanmtnsky Reply:

    America definitely has a surplus that it can afford to share today.

  3. AeOn on December 8th, 2015 12:35 pm

    People naturally are greedy. IF there came a time when supplies were low and needed to be rationed, the only way goods would be shared is through force of law. At their core, people are greedy, and they take what they please. Stores would be completely swept clean in a time of crisis, just as they are before hurricanes and snow storms.

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