1. World War II: What Our Boys Are Fighting For

Primary Source 
Speech: Henry A. Wallace, “Century of the Common Man,”  » Read (requires password)

Secondary Source 
Article: Robert B. Westbrook, “’I Want a Girl, Just Like the Girl that Married Harry James’: American Women and the Problem of Political Obligation in World War II,” American Quarterly » Read

2. World War II and the Home Front

Primary Source 
Executive Order: Executive Order 9066: Resulting in the Relocation of Japanese, February 19, 1942 » Read

Secondary Source 
Book Chapter: David M. Kennedy, “The Cauldron of the Home Front,” Freedom From Fear. Part Two, The American People in World War II (Chapter 8) » Read (requires password)

3. World War II in Oklahoma

Primary Source 
A) Article: “Lynchers Hanged,” The Washington Post » Read
B) Article: “Prisoner from Oklahoma is Captured in France,” New York Times » Read

Secondary Source 
Article: Richard S. Warner, “Barbed Wire and Nazilagers: POW Camps in Oklahoma,” The Chronicles of Oklahoma » Read (requires password)

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