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Leaders & Notable People
  • Author:
    Kay B. Hall
  • ISBN:
    1557283966
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    978-1557283962
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    University of Arkansas Press (August 1, 1995)
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    232 pages
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    Leaders & Notable People
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World War II : From the Battle Front to the Home Front, Thirty-Five Arkansans Tell Their Stories. From those who fought in the Battle of the Bulge and the invasion of Tarawa to those who labored on the home front, the larger story of World War II emerges, a story full of heroism and tenacity, horror and triumph.

Publisher: Univ of Arkansas Pr.

World War II from the Battle Front to the Home Front Arkansans Tell Their Stories. Publisher: Univ of Arkansas Pr. Publish date: 08/01/1995.

From those who fought in the Battle of the Bulge and the invasion of Tarawa to those who labored on the home front, the larger story of World War II emerges, a story full of heroism and tenacity, horror and triumph.

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In this diverse collection of stories derived from interviews, Arkansans who lived through the greatest global conflict of the century share their memories with unaffected candor. From those who fought in the Battle of the Bulge and the invasion of Tarawa to those who labored on the home front, the larger story of World War II emerges, a story full of heroism and tenacity, horror and triumph. The distinct voice of the person interviewed rises from each story in straightforward language that is frequently modest and humble, at times joyful, and often still dismayed at the scope and fury of the war. Through these voices, one can begin to understand how Americans dealt with the immense changes that occurred as their nation emerged from the Great Depression and joined the other Allied forces to win a war of incomparable scale and consequence.