The 1930s and 1940s: Pain and Pleasure by Wendell Trogdon
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An Eyewitness to HistoryThis is a book that will reawaken the memories of senior citizens. For the young readers it is history in capsule form, easy to read, yet significantly detailed. The depression of the 1930s and the war of the 1940s was for many the worst of times. For a farm boy it was the best of times to learn to cope with life's inevitable challenges. The author has combined news events with biographical detail to weave a fascinating review of two of the nation's most significant decades. He makes the 1930s and 1940s come alive with stories about common folks and newsmakers and the events that made a nation weep, then rebound from each setback as only Americans can. He reviews the Great Depression and World War II, mixing anecdotes and his personal experiences of sadness and happiness. Check out other titles by Wendell Trogdon
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