Book Review: Glory in Their Spirit By Sandra M. Bolzenius
In "Glory in Their Spirit," author Sandra M. Bolzenius uncovers the tensions surrounding the military regarding race and sex during World War II.
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Book Review: Asperger’s Children by Edith Sheffer
Historian Edith Sheffer’s delves into the horrors of Spiegelgrund, a children's hospital where a doctor named Hans Asperger focused his efforts on children whose “deviant behavior”mfailed to conform to the Nazi Aryan ideology.
Review: The Myth Of Hitler’s Military Incompetence Examined in “The First Soldier”
Author and scholar Stephen G. Fritz reexamines the myth behind the portrayal of Hitler as a bumbling military officer
Allied Forces’ Fight for Air Superiority in James Holland’s “Big Week”
In the Netherlands, the Allies battle the Luftwaffe for air power just days before D-Day in author James Holland's latest book
WWII Review: Doris Miller, Pearl Harbor and the Birth of the Civil Rights Movement
Dorie Miller is best known as a black navy cook at Pearl Harbor who saves his captain during the Japanese attack, but a new book reveals his full story
WWII Review: Americans and the Holocaust Museum Exhibit
The U.S. Holocaust Museum's “Americans and the Holocaust” uncovers the unpleasant truth of America's early knowledge of the Nazis' execution of the Jews.