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dc.contributor.authorAmerican Legion. National Headquartersen_US
dc.date.accessioned2014-12-18T17:30:43Z
dc.date.available2014-12-18T17:30:43Z
dc.date.issued1991-09en_US
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12203/4371
dc.description.tableofcontentsCover: Dec. 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor by AP, Wideworld -- Remember When: Laugh, Cry and Reminisce with Readers" Most Vivid WWII Memories -- Why We Fought: As the Tyranny of Hitler, Tojo and Mussolini Darkened the World, American Shone As a Beacon of Freedom by Michael Novak -- Prelude to War: Roosevelt and Churchill's Atlantic Charter Cast the Die for Axis Defeat by Kathy Egan -- "I Want You": Uncle Same Prepared America for War With the Nation's First Peacetime Draft by Jerome Agel and Paul D Colford -- Sentimental Journey: The Hard Times, the Signs of the Times, the Good Times by Phyllis Zauner -- Mail Call: First Series of Commemorative WWII Stamps to Be Released at Legion National Convention -- 1941: Day of Infamy: "Remember Pearl Harbor!" Cried Americans Nationwide After Dec. 7, 1941 by Philip C Clarke -- The War Machine: From Sea to Sea, Americans Geared Up to Arm "Our Boys" Overseas by Lester David -- 1942: The Eagle Flies: Armed and Ready, America's Fighting Forces Entered Combat in All Theaters of the War -- Somebody Talked: Posters and Psychology Supplied Ammunition for Propaganda Wars by Gurney Williams III -- 1943: At the Crossroads: The Allies Now Had to Turn Defense into Offense and Change the Tide of the War -- The GI Journalist: The Lives and Deaths of Ordinary Soldiers Were Reported by an Extraordinary Correspondent, Ernie Pyle -- Heat of Battled: The Strains of Combat Tested the True Grit of America's Fighting Men by Gen. William C Westmoreland -- 1944: An Axis to Grind: Preparing for D-Day, the Allies Assembled the Mightiest Assault Force in History -- The Legion Goes to War: Some Legionnaires Became "Retreads," and Others Helped As Air Raid Wardens and Auxiliary Policemen -- 1945: Freedom Preserved: In the European Theater, Germany Surrenders; in the Pacific, the World Enters the Nuclear Age -- A Different Kind of Hell: Tortured and Starved to Skeletons, American POWs Endured the Horrors of War by John W Thorburn -- The "Green" Machine: U.S. Savings Bonds Funded the War and Fueled the Nation's Patriotic Spirit by Steve Salnero -- Coming Home: After V-E Day and V-J Day, Americas Kissed, Hugged and Cheered in the Streets -- A Grateful Nation: Congressional Passage of the Legion-Written and Supported GI Bill of Rights Became a Home Front Fight -- Vetnet: Want to Find a WWII Buddy? Or Organize Your Outfit Reunion? Call VetNet -- At Ease with Bill Mauldin: You're in for Laughs with Dogfaces Willie and Joe -- The Price: "Our Deaths Are Not Ours; They Are Yours, They Will Mean What You Make Them"en_US
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dc.publisherAmerican Legionen_US
dc.titleThe American Legion [Volume 131, No. 3 (September 1991)]en_US
dc.typeSerialen_US
dc.typeMagazineen_US
dc.rights.holderAmerican Legionen_US


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