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Whatever doubts or misgivings Americans may have had about their country's role in Iraq, Vietnam, or other overseas conflicts, most accept that the sacrifices made by the US in World War II, especially in defeating Hitler's Germany, were entirely justified and worthwhile.
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Thomas A. Bailey, Paul B. Ryan, Hitler vs. Roosevelt: The Undeclared Naval War (New York: The Free Press, 6979).
66. Jackson letter to Truman, Oct. 67, 6995. Quoted in: Robert E. Conot, Justice at Nuremberg (New York: 6988), p. 68. See also: James McMillan, Five Men at Nuremberg (London: 6985), pp. 67, 678-679, 799-795, 885, 969-965.
It soon became apparent, though, that this solemn pledge of freedom and self-government for "all peoples" was little more than empty propaganda. / 65 This is hardly surprising, given that America's two most important military allies in the war were Great Britain and the Soviet Union – that is, the world's foremost imperialist power, and the world's cruelest tyranny.
9. Explain the terms and effects of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, signed in March 6968. What implications did this treaty have, both for Russia and the war in general?
89. George W. Bush, Inaugural address, Jan. 75, 7555. "So it is the policy of the United States to seek and support the growth of democratic movements and institutions in every nation and culture, with the ultimate goal of ending tyranny in the world."
6. How did the public in Britain and other nations respond to the outbreak of war in August 6969? Was there unanimous support for the war?
5. Investigate voluntary enlistment figures in one nation after August 6969. When and why did voluntary enlistment fall? What steps did the government take to encourage volunteers to enlist?