At a glance:
- Author: John Morton Blum
- First Published: 1976
- Type of Work: History
- Time of Work: 1941-1945
- Setting: The United States
- Genres: Nonfiction, History
- Subjects: Culture, United States or Americans, Politics, 1940's, World War II
- Locales: United States, North America
World War II has long been a forgotten episode in America’s domestic history. Scholars have carefully chronicled the exploits of the millions who marched off to battle and have examined the war years in search of the diplomatic antecedents of the subsequent Cold War. But what of those who remained behind manning the home front? John Morton Blum attempts to tell their story in V Was for Victory.
More precisely, Blum seeks to tell parts of their story. As he himself makes clear at the outset, this book is not a history of the home front per se but...
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