The defense of freedom
September 1939 brought war. American apprehensions increased and neutrality grew less and less tenable. The Japanese military settled the conflict of attitudes in early December, 1941. Americans went to war and this time no one, save possibly the Russians, and with little reason, would dispute awarding them the real victors. But, unfortunately, only two of the totalitarian powers were defeated.
KETC, St. Louis; John Francis Bannon; William J. Lesko
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
United States--History ; World War, 1939-1945.
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