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The Best War Ever: America and World War II Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Michael C.C. Adams
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Topics for Discussion

What opinion did America have of World War II and of American soldiers? Who was responsible for creating a bloated image of the war? How did this image filter over to American life stateside? What conflict did it create between infantrymen and civilians?

Why did American soldiers feel less compelled to kill German soldiers than Japanese soldiers? What reputation did Japanese soldiers have?

When did the United States enter into World War II? What event caused the US to join the Allied Forces in World War II and made Americans enthusiastic about it? How long did that sentiment last?

What benefits did World War II bring stateside? What problems were caused on the home front by the war? How was employment affected by the war?

What discrimination existed in the military during the war? What discrimination existed after the war on US soil? How were black GIs...

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