Something in Common - Research Article from American Homefront in WWII

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Something in Common

In communities across the United States, big and small, a common sight could be seen. When a family member, such as a son or daughter, joined military service, a service flag with a blue star was hung in a window of the family home, where it could be seen by the public. If the son or daughter was killed in service, a gold star replaced the blue star.

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