Why Aren't Americans More Enraged About Russian Interference? World War 2 History Helps ExplainNews at Home
tags: military history, Greatest Generation, World War 2, wartime
William K. Klingaman holds a Ph.D. in American History from the University of Virginia. Dr. Klingaman taught at U. Va. and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and formerly served as Co-Editor of the Department of State's Foreign Relations of the United States series. The Darkest Year is Dr. Klingaman's eighth book.
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