The pull of distant shores

Parshall, Gerald; Geier, Thom
October 1993
U.S. News & World Report;10/25/93, Vol. 115 Issue 16, 60th anniversary p20
Looks back at America in 1943 and other important events that took place during the decade. The formation of the United Nations; Twice as many people were working in civilian and miliatry jobs than a decade earlier; Best-selling books; Paramount's `eyes and ears of the world' and other newsreels; The illusion that the United States and the Soviet Union would remain allies after the war; The suburbanization of America. INSET: While six million died..


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