Not quite at war, not really in peace, officially non-belligerent, Americans in 1941 watched warily as the rest of the world was consumed by death and destruction. As Axis powers assaulted cities from London to Athens, Moscow to Chungking, Allies reeled. The death toll among civilians as well as the military mounted steadily, reaching more than 2.5 million by the end of the year. America drafted a million men, wary that it too might be drawn into the global carnage.
Handsomely illustrated, this 70th anniversary special issue includes 37 vital speeches, broadcasts, newsreels, memoirs, letters, cables and diaries you must know.
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