An analysis of the social, sexual, political and military impact of the American forces' presence in Britain during World War II.
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The fascinating social and political history of a time when a million and a half American servicemen crowded onto a small island, training and waiting for a conflict which would eventually cost many of them their lives. "A superb job of telling one of the most fascinating stories of World War II."--Stephen E. Ambrose. 16 pages of photos, maps, charts, and political cartoons. Index.About the Author:
David Reynolds is a Fellow of Christ's Church College, Cambridge. He has twice been a visiting Fellow at Harvard University.
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Book Description Random House Inc, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0002551276