The United States and the Second World War: New Perspectives on Diplomacy, War, and the Home Front

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WORLD WAR II:
THE GLOBAL, HUMAN, AND ETHICAL DIMENSION
G. KURT PIEHLER, series editor

1. Lawrence Cane, David E. Cane, Judy Barrett Litoff, and David C. Smith, eds., Fighting Fascism in Europe: The World War II Letters of an American Veteran of the Spanish Civil War

2. Angelo M. Spinelli and Lewis H. Carlson, Life behind Barbed Wire: The Secret World War II Photographs of Prisoner of War Angelo M. Spinelli

3. Don Whitehead and John B. Romeiser, “Beachhead Don”: Reporting the War from the European Theater, 1942–1945

4. Scott H. Bennett, ed., Army GI, Pacifist CO: The World War II Letters of Frank and Albert Dietrich

5. Alexander Jefferson with Lewis H. Carlson, Red Tail Captured, Red Tail Free: Memoirs of a Tuskegee Airman and POW

6. Jonathan G. Utley, Going to War with Japan, 1937–1941

7. Grant K. Goodman, America’s Japan: The First Year, 1945–1946

8. Patricia Kollander with John O’Sullivan, “I Must Be a Part of This War”: One Man’s Fight against Hitler and Nazism

9. Judy Barrett Litoff, An American Heroine in the French Resistance: The Diary and Memoir of Virginia d’Albert-Lake

10. Thomas R. Christofferson and Michael S. Christofferson, France during World War II: From Defeat to Liberation

11. Don Whitehead, Combat Reporter: Don Whitehead’s World War II Diary and Memoirs, edited by John B. Romeiser

12. James M. Gavin, The General and His Daughter: The Wartime Letters of General James M. Gavin to His Daughter Barbara, edited by Barbara Gavin Fauntleroy et al.

13. Carol Adele Kelly, ed., Voices of My Comrades: America’s Reserve Officers Remember World War II, Foreword by Senators Ted Stevens and Daniel K. Inouye

14. John J. Toffey IV, Jack Toffey’s War: A Son’s Memoir

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