The Last Good War: The Faces and Voices of World War II
World War II remains one of the most galvanizing and defining events in the history of America. Seemingly overnight, the entire nation unified behind a singular cause. By 1945, the size of the U.S. armed forces had grown from two to twelve million men and women of every color, religion, and creed. Young people from every walk of life were inducted and volunteered. America had quickly and fiercely established itself as a global superpower, and an entire generation's identity was forged, in part, by what many still refer to as the "last good war."
Автор: Thomas Sanders, Hampton Sides, Veronica Kavass
Издательство: Welcome Books
Количество страниц: 224
Размер: 100.79 Мб