Most American homes had televisions at the end of the twentieth century. They did not have televisions in homes before 1945. Telephones also became more popular around the same time.
Because most of America's soldiers returned and took back their jobs. So all the women who had taken over went back to their homes and did what they did before the war. The United States also did not have to produce war equipment and went back to their regular production.
no not everybody settled in at there new homes but some did.
In most cases in Britain there was no way to protect homes.
Housing changed in their styles, costs, building materials and mortgaging methods. In Britain they had special programs for the people who lost their homes which helped them get a new house and the homes where quickly built stick frame homes rather than the older brick styles of the homes that were bombed. In the USA new homes were built in the development style where all the homes looked basically alike and were approximately the same price as set by the developer. There were GI programs that helped the GIs to buy new homes. This trend of developer communities continued to this present day. If you want more details on the physical changes see the related question on the link below.
The funeral industry did not emerge until after the Civil War when the process of embalming became widespread and more accepted by the general public. Before the mid-19th century, the dead were often displayed in the family home in the "parlor," hence the term "funeral parlor" that is still in use today.
there wernt any homes before the ice age dummy!
American Homes - 1949 was released on: USA: 27 May 1949
The symbol for American Homes 4 Rent in the NYSE is: AMH.
spanish homes are in Spain
American Homes 4 Rent (AMH)had its IPO in 2013.
It is estimated that about a third of all American homes own a game of Scrabble.
They called it as Native American Homes.
American Homes - 2012 was released on: USA: 20 April 2012 (Wisconsin Film Festival)
The phone number of the Classical American Homes is: 212-348-7967.