The Homefront and the Aftermath

By: Maggie, Valerie, Mikayla.

World War II: The Aftermath


This period included a lot of international cooperation to rebuild Europe and Japan through the Marshall Plan, the Truman Doctrine, as well at the inauguration of the United Nations.


On September 1951, the United States and many of the other Allied nations signed a peace treaty with Japan.
After World War II ended, the Allies began to draw up peace treaties with Italy and the other countries that fought the Allies.
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Home Front

The home front are the activities of the civilians in a nation at war. Homeland production became even more invaluable to both the Allied and Axis powers. Many propaganda posters were made. It is the affect of the war on the civilians.

Essential Questions:

Essential Question #1

Why did they make so many propaganda posters?

Essential Question #2

Why did they want women to work?