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Thomas and Kathryn Miller Professor of History, Indiana University, Bloomington; author, A Lynching in the Heartland: Race and Memory in America (Palgrave, 2001); co-author, The Americans: A Brief History (4th ed., HBJ, 1985).
Table of Contents
|A Note on Sources and Interpretation|
|How to Read a Document|
|To War, Again|
|From Appeasement to War|
|Dark Days for the Allies|
|Fighting Men and Women|
|Men and Women in War|
|Killing and Death|
|Atrocity, War Crimes, Limitlessness|
|Mobilizing for Total War|
|Home Front Sacrifice and Morale|
|Food and Rationing|
|Bombing of Civilians|
|Fun on the Home Fronts|
|Picture Essay: Wartime Posters Sent the Message|
|Turning Points toward Allied Victory|
|The Second Front|
|From Hunger to a Better World?|
|The "Good War" and Other Memories|
|Atrocities and Apologies|
|Museums and Memorials|
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