The American Experience in World War II.: The United States and the road to war in Europe
Walter L. Hixon
Routledge Chapman & Hall
, 2003 - Reference
- 352 pages
World War II changed the face of the United States, catapulting the country out of economic depression, political isolation, and social conservatism. Ultimately, the war was a major formative factor in the creation of modern America. This unique, twelve-volume set provides comprehensive coverage of this transformation in its domestic policies, diplomatic relations, and military strategies, as well as the changing cultural and social arenas. The collection presents the history of the creation of a super power prior to, during, and after the war, analyzing all major phases of the U.S. involvement, making it a one-stop resource that will be essential for all libraries supporting a history curriculum.
This volume is available on its own or as part of the twelve-volume set, "The American Experience in World War II." For a complete list of the volume titles in this set, see the listing for " The American Experience in World War II " [ISBN: 0-415-94028-1].