THE LONGEST YEAR: America at War and at Home in 1944
Argues that 1944 was the longest year for Americans of that era, both in terms of United States casualties and in deciding the outcome of the war itself. As war raged in Europe and the Pacific, and Franklin D. Roosevelt was in an election home stretch, the events of 1944 reshuffled the cards and changed the rules for 140 million Americans in some fashion. Photos.
Publisher: Carrel Books
Item #: 5707374
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