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The Best War Ever: America and World War II Summary
Michael C.C. Adams

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The Best War Ever: America and World War II Summary

Plot Summary

"The Best War Ever - America and World War II," contrasts the image produced by media and historians to the real horrors of war by using selective memory and glorifying aspects of the war that were misleading and even deceptive. America and the Allied democracies entered the war for good reasons and it was by all judgments of history thus far, the right thing to do. Hitler and the Third Reich, bent on world domination, had to be stopped. America had stayed out of the war that had begun in Europe in 1939 until the attack by the Imperial Japanese Navy on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Prior to that, Americans did not have the stomach to enter the war that was raging in Europe and chose to turn their heads to the the genuine and far-reaching threat that Hitler was posing. However, after the Japanese attack, there was great enthusiasm...

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