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What was Life Like in the 1940s?

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The 1940's was a different time for everyone. Women were not treated as equals to men and African American's were not treated fairly, at all. People lived hard lives and worked hard for what little they had. Even though it sounds horrible, there were
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Your question is broad; so much was different then, and very different than today. First, extended families often lived in the same house- mom, dad, kids, with one set of grandparents
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Well, if you were white, you worried about your sons being drafted and dying in the war. If you were Japanese, you were treated like dogs and locked up in prison camps in what was
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Very different, although I can only pass comment on the 50s and 60s Kids were NOT disrespectful, we did what we were told. Family days out were to the park, to the coast (if near
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