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HIST 265 - The U.S. in the Era of World War II


FDR: HU
Planned Offering: Fall 2016 and alternate years
Credits: 3

This course studies the history of the Second World War, with particular attention to its consequences for the United States. Major topics include the political and economic origins of the war, the American debate over intervention, American military and diplomatic strategy, the effect of the war on the U.S. economy, the consequences for mobilization for American society, and the myth and reality of the “Greatest Generation.” Michelmore.




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