|Title:||Double Victory: A Multicultural History of America in World War II|
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|Publisher:||Diane Pub Co (December 1, 2000)|
For most Americans, World War II was a galvanizing experience, a blending of battlefield tenacity and heroism on foreign soil with unprecedented sacrifice and production on the home front, all in the name of freedom. It was this unified effort that Studs Terkel referred to when he labeled the world’s greatest global conflict the good war. For some Americans the Second World War was also a desperate fight against discrimination here at home–black intellectual . Dubois called it the War for Racial Equality
Personal Name: Takaki, Ronald . 1939-2009. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Double victory : a multicultural history of America in World War II, Ronald Takaki.
A History of Multicultural America. Except as permitted under the . Takaki’s book is nothing less than an attempt to a view all of American history from a multiculrual perspective. It is clearly not intended to divide American but rather to teach them to value the nations’ inescapable diversity. Double Victory: A Multicultural History of America in World War II. CONTENTS. 1 A Different Mirror: The Making of Multicultural America.
Acclaimed historian Ronald Takaki asserts that for many Americans, World War II was fought for a double victory : on the battlefront as well as on the home front. Takaki’s book Double Victory: A Multicultural History of America in World War II reminds the audience that there was much, much more happening at home and on the frontlines during World War II than in the battlefield. 1941 The United States is quiet and empty because they went off to fight in World War II. This Day March 14, 1943, I Louis Slotin currently a physicist part of the Los Alamos National Laboratory trying to help America during World War II. Today Rrobert Ooppenheimer had a big plan for me.
In Double Victory Ronald Takaki explores the contradictions presented by the rhetoric of the Second World War in America and challenges the concept of a ‘good war’. While the press and the government spoke of fighting for democracy abroad, in the US race riots, internment, and Jim Crow demonstrated that the battle for democracy was far from over on the home front. I really liked this book. It offered an entirely different view on World War Two that most people probably don't think that much about. World War II was the most significant event in the 20th century both on a foreign and domestic level for the United States. With the contribution of African Americans, Asians, Jewish and Europeans in the American military service directly correlates with the coming civil rights movements of the latter portion of the 20th century.
World War II was the most significant event in the 20th century both on a foreign and domestic level for the United States. During this war, Americans from every corner of the world spilled their blood for this nation and our ideals of human rights. military was a diverse conglomerate of men and beliefs; I enjoyed how Takiki portrays the importance of many in the war effort. This book tells the story of how Blacks, Japanese, Chinese, Native Americans, Jews and others living in America were discriminated against going into World War II in the United States. It is a well told and documented set of stories of unfair treatment, maintained through generally held public attitudes of distrust of foreigners.
us/10/127169 Content: Unabridged Written by: Ronald Takaki Narrated by: Edward Lewis Release date: 1/1/2007 Duration: 8 hrs 1 min Contact me for any question: nm45807l. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.
Double Victory : A Multicultural History of America in World War II. by Ronald Takaki. This is an extremely important and well-written book about what WWII meant for minority Americans. The war was a double-tragedy for most of them - shedding blood abroad and fighting vehement racism at home. Stories of Jewish-Americans unable to welcome refugees fleeing Nazism in Europe and Japanese-Americans shipped to Western US concentration camps are particularly gripping. Kudos for Ron Takaki for the great work -. Popular Categories.
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