United States in WWII|
See also World War II and American Military History.
Lewis M. Andrews, Jr.. Tempest, Fire and Foe: Destroyer Escorts in World War II and the Men Who Manned Them. Trafford Publishing. 2004. 480pp.
John Morton Blum. V was for Victory: Politics and American Culture During World War II. Harcourt Trade. 1976. 372pp.
Albert Russell Buchanan. The United States and World War II. Harper & Row. 1964. (2 vols.) 635pp.
Kenneth S. Davis. Experience of War: The United States in World War II. Doubleday. 1965. 704pp.
Brian Garfield. The Thousand-Mile War: World War II in Alaska and the Aleutians. Doubleday. 1969. 351pp.
Homer H. Hickam. Torpedo Junction: U-Boat War Off America's East Coast, 1942. Naval Institute Press. 1996. 367pp.
Edwin Palmer Hoyt. The GI's War: The Story of American Soldiers in Europe in World War II. McGraw-Hill. 1988. 620pp.
Ralph G. Martin. The GI War, 1941-1945. Little, Brown. 1967. 402pp.
Bruce M. Russett. No Clear and Present Danger: A Skeptical View of the United States Entry Into World War II. Westview Press. 1997. 112pp.
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