In the late 1940s, Margaret Mead, in describing this pre-war dating system, argued that dating was not about sex or marriage.
Instead, it was a "competitive game," a way for girls and boys to demonstrate their popularity.
Davidson Pattern No: Night Light Known Colours: Flint Size(s): 5 inches high, 4 inches diameter Date Introduced: Early to mid 1960s Description: The base of this larger example of a night light is the 1907 pattern. Davidson Pattern No: Unknown Known Colours: Flint, Amber Size(s): Half Pint Date Introduced: 1951Description: Festival of Britain commemorative can.While the majority of resources would be devoted to Europe, the Allies planned on fighting a holding battle with Japan.This decision met with some resistance in the United States as public sentiment favored exacting revenge on the Japanese for the attack on Pearl Harbor.Previous: Island Hopping to Victory | World War II 101 | World War II: Battles The Atlantic Charter: Laying the Groundwork Planning for the post-World War II world began before the United States even entered the conflict. Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill first met aboard the cruiser USS Meeting over two days, the leaders produced the Atlantic Charter which called for self-determination of peoples, freedom of the seas, global economic cooperation, disarmament of aggressor nations, reduced trade barriers, and freedom from want and fear.In addition, the United State and Britain stated that they sought no territorial gains from the conflict and called for the defeat of Germany.