1941--FIGHTING THE SHADOW WAR: A Divided America in a World at War
A thrilling exploration of the little-known story behind America's clandestine involvement in WWII. Even before the attack on Pearl Harbor, FDR concocted ingenious ways to come to Churchill's aid without breaking the Neutrality Acts. Combining military and political history, Wortman tells the story of how FDR took America to war. Illus.
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