Objects & Places from Wartime: Understanding and Behavior in the Second World War

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Heavy Duty - America was not prepared at the outset of World War II to fight a war in this style.

Blunders - These unfortunate events are caused by the chaotic and fluid nature of warfare.

Rumors - These beliefs spread due to the lack of information that enlisted men had available to them.

Chickenshit - This is a slang term for the generally harsh and demeaning treatment by officers towards enlisted men.

Ideological Vacuum - This concept encapsulates the lack of meaning and purpose for the war in the minds of the enlisted men.

High-mindedness - This concept describes the portrayal of the war as a noble effort of good versus evil.

One Voice - This concept describes the tendency of public and private media to homogenize during the war.

Compensation - This concept pertains to media and creative outlets that stood out from the sanitized...

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