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HIST 244 - The United States in the Second World War


Semester Offered: Second Semester
Credits (Range): 3 Hours
Attribute: 3 SS

World War II is perhaps the most important event in twentieth-century American history. The war had a profound effect on American society, the economy, and America’s global status. This course examines the ways in which WWII influenced and transformed America through a study of military, social, cultural, and political history. Topics include the combat experience; politics and technological developments; the war’s impact on gender, race, and sexual relations; propaganda and censorship; and popular culture.  Enrollment limit: 35.
Instructor: R. Romano



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