Americans At War 1901 1945

Author: John Phillips Resch
Editor: MacMillan Reference Library
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An encyclopedia on the impact of war on American society from the first conflicts between Native Americans and Europeans to the Iraq War, containing four hundred alphabetized, cross-referenced entries, more than two hundred illustrations, and approximately ninety primary documents.
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Americans at War: 1901-1945
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