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  • Author(s) G. Kurt Piehler
  • SubtitleA Documentary Reader
  • Edition1
  • Published2nd November 2012
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781444331202

A Documentary Reader

This reader brings together 78 primary documents that capture
the diversity of experiences of Americans who lived through World
War II, from presidents and generals to war workers and GIs.

  • Illustrates the political, diplomatic and military history of
    the conflict, including well-known documents, such as the Atlantic
    Charter and Franklin Roosevelt?s Congressional address
    requesting a declaration of war against Japan

  • Highlights the far-reaching economic, social and cultural
    changes caused by the war, such as the struggles to find day care
    for the children of women war workers, and the experiences
    returning veterans

  • Includes an introduction, document headnotes and questions at
    the end of each chapter designed to encourage students to engage
    with the material critically

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  • Author(s) G. Kurt Piehler
  • SubtitleA Documentary Reader
  • Edition1
  • Published2nd November 2012
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781444331202

A Documentary Reader

This reader brings together 78 primary documents that capture
the diversity of experiences of Americans who lived through World
War II, from presidents and generals to war workers and GIs.

  • Illustrates the political, diplomatic and military history of
    the conflict, including well-known documents, such as the Atlantic
    Charter and Franklin Roosevelt?s Congressional address
    requesting a declaration of war against Japan

  • Highlights the far-reaching economic, social and cultural
    changes caused by the war, such as the struggles to find day care
    for the children of women war workers, and the experiences
    returning veterans

  • Includes an introduction, document headnotes and questions at
    the end of each chapter designed to encourage students to engage
    with the material critically

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