Stanley Frankel's award winning account of the months he served in the Solomon Islands and Philippines.
Tells the story of the Navajo volunteers who served in communications security roles in the Pacific Theater.
Includes interactive timeline, a look at the key military and political leaders, and first-hand accounts.
Oral histories of Rhode Island women during World War II, written by high school honors students.
Includes the story of the war, biographies and articles, photographs, air combat films, and interactive test. Designed for students.
Tells the story of the islanders evacuated by the U.S. government just six months after Pearl Harbor. Includes a special section just for kids with a survivor's story and coloring pages.
The story of Rudolf Hess's attempt to make peace with the Allies during World War II.
Photos and text tell the story of one young American who fought on the European front.
The beginning chapters of an R.A.F. signalman's personal memories of the War in the East. Profusely illustrated with genuine mementos.
Government posters that capitalized on changed American attitudes following Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor and America's entry into WWII.