Brooklyn in Love and at War

History of World War Two Told Through Letters

50 Iconic WWII Documents

ImageA new book, Politics, War, and Personality: 50 Iconic World War II Documents, uses objects to approach WWII history, which I appreciate. A significant number of the featured documents are letters from historical figures. While I believe letters from people who aren’t presidents and leaders merit collection and investigation as well, I wanted to share this.

 

 

http://newyorkhistoryblog.org/2014/03/01/poltics-war-and-personality-50-iconic-world-war-ii-documents/

 

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