The Home Front: U.S.A.

The Home Front U S A Time Life Books As new Pictorial cover Bright clean tight No dust jacket Revised edition Photo illustrations World War II Out of print and antiquarian booksellers since We pack and ship

  • Title: The Home Front: U.S.A.
  • Author: Ronald H. Bailey
  • ISBN: 9780809424788
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Time Life Books, 1981, As new, Pictorial cover Bright, clean, tight No dust jacket Revised edition Photo illustrations World War II Out of print and antiquarian booksellers since 1933 We pack and ship with care.

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  • 571 Comments

  • I read several of these World War II Time-Life books during our WWII school year. These were some of the best and most interesting books. We found a few being sold at our library, and later paid more to buy others in topics the girls were studying. These are excellent!


  • This is the eighth in Time-Life's World War II series, published in the late 70s. It covers life in the U.S. of A. during the war. I suspect that many readers are quite familiar with campaigns and battles such as the war in North Africa or D-Day but this covers something with less "sizzle." Everyone knows Eisenhower or Rommel, but not so many know about Donald M. Nelson, Oveta Culp Hobby, the enormous growth of the U.S. economy at the time, or the trials of minorities at this time. While not a m [...]


  • Bought this Life Time series in the early 1980's on WWII, a volume came to the house every 2 or 3 months so I could take my reading. It was very informative and enjoyable read, I still use it for reference.



  • Great book. Full of information that doesn't sugarcoat the real home front life. Recommended to anyone interested in this aspect of the war.


  • Interesting to relearn how WWII transformed the US into what it is today; kind of made me want to plant a Victory Garden. Or do Victory Knitting. Go pet my Victory Bunny.


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