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World War 2



  • The American GI in WWII, uncensored

    by Edward Gitre

    The novel idea of surveying GIs reflected the growing prestige of opinion polling and social surveying and democratic virtue. 


  • Why FDR Wouldn't Condemn Hitler

    by Rafael Medoff

    A few words from the White House directly taking issue with Hitler’s aggressive actions and persecution of the Jews could have helped alert the public to the Nazi danger. 


  • Why the U.S. Bombed Auschwitz, But Didn't Save the Jews

    by Rafael Medoff

    Seventy-five years ago this week—on March 19, 1944—German troops marched into Hungary. The country’s 800,000 Jews, the last major Jewish community to have eluded the raging Holocaust, now lay within Hitler’s grasp.