Primary sources bring history to life during the period when America became a major world power The latest addition to the American Heritage, American Voices series focuses on life in the United States from the late nineteenth to the mid--twentieth century. Using speeches, newspaper articles, memoirs, and other documents from the diary of a World War I doughboy, an interview with Al Capone, and musings on Harlem by Langston Hughes to FDR's first fireside chat, Eisenhower's recollections of D--Day, and Winston's Churchill's ...

World Wars and the Modern Age 2004, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780471443926

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