Double Victory: A Multicultural History of America in World War II
In Double Victory, history is told through the lives of ordinary, ethnically diverse Americans - a Tuskegee pilot wanting to fly and fight for freedom, a Navajo code talker using his native language to transmit battle messages, a Mexican-American woman riveting B-29 bombers in an airplane factory, a Japanese American feeling betrayed by his own government, and a Jewish-American soldier at Buchenwald pressing human ashes into his palm so that he would never forget what he had seen.".
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Untold stories of WWII. Depicts different cultural groups experiences in the war and how they use it to fight for civil rights at home. Read full review