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Home front is the informal term commonly used to describe the civilian populace of the nation at war as an active support system of their military....
is the civilian populace of the nation at war as an active support system of its military. The term can refer to:
- Home front during World War II
The home front covers the activities of the civilians in a nation at war. World War II was a total war; homeland production became even more invaluable to both the Allied and Axis powers. Life on the home front during World War II was a significant part of the war effort for all participants and...
- United States home front during World War I
The home front of the United States in World War I saw a systematic mobilization of the entire population and the entire economy to produce the soldiers, food supplies, munitions, and money needed to win the war...
- United States home front during World War II
This page, United States home front during World War II, covers the developments within the United States, 1940–1945, to support its efforts during World War II.-Economics:...
- Home Front Command, an Israeli military command
- History of Germany during World War I
During World War I, the German Empire was one of the Central Powers that ultimately lost the war. It began participation with the conflict after the declaration of war against Serbia by its ally, Austria-Hungary...
- Union (American Civil War)
During the American Civil War, the Union was a name used to refer to the federal government of the United States, which was supported by the twenty free states and five border slave states. It was opposed by 11 southern slave states that had declared a secession to join together to form the...
, for the U.S. 1861-1865
- Confederate States of America
The Confederate States of America was a government set up from 1861 to 1865 by 11 Southern slave states of the United States of America that had declared their secession from the U.S...
, for 1861-65
may also refer to:
- Homefront, the book by Patti Davis
Patti Davis is an American actress and author. She is the daughter of former President of the United States Ronald Reagan and Reagan's second wife, First Lady Nancy Reagan...
, née Reagan
- Home Front (TV series)
Home Front is a lifestyle television series airing on TVNZ's channel Television One in New Zealand. It combines "home makeover" ideas, home maintenance and DIY tips, and guided tours around the homes of well-known New Zealanders...
, a lifestyle television series airing on TVNZ's channel Television One
- Homefront (TV series)
Homefront was an interior design "makeover" TV show airing on the BBC, on par with American television's This Old House and Martha Stewart...
, British BBC TV show series about interior design
- Homefront (U.S. TV series), 1990s American ABC TV show series set in the 1940s
- "The Home Front", episode of the science fiction television series The 4400
- "Homefront" (Brothers & Sisters episode), episode of Brothers & Sisters TV series
- "Homefront" (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), episode from the fourth season of the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- Homefront (video game)
Homefront is a first-person shooter video game developed by now defunct Kaos Studios and published by THQ, in which players play as members of a resistance movement fighting against a near-future Korean military occupation of the United States. The story was written by John Milius, who co-wrote...
, a 2011 video game developed by Kaos Studios
- Homefront (U.S. radio show)
Homefront is a weekly radio show hosted by Danny Lipford, best known for his appearances on The Weather Channel, and is co-hosted by Allen Lyle.Homefront shares expert advice and information about a variety of home topics. Many questions from listeners are answered during the show. The show airs on...
, a weekly radio show hosted by Danny Lipford