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War weariness had finally kicked-in on the American home front after having been denied for years so much rationed food, tires and clothing items. The first three weeks of 1945 found American fighting men baring the brunt of the battle on both fronts and the casualty lists were lengthening daily - adding to that was the unending call of the armament factories and their long shifts. The draft pool was ever widening and meat was far harder to come by.

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A Languorous Home Front (Newsweek Magazine, 1945)

A Languorous Home Front (Newsweek Magazine, 1945)

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