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

Primary Source 
Wallace, Henry A. [Speech  articulating the goals of the war for the allies.] In Century of the Common Man. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1943.  » Read (requires 4×4 login)
Secondary Source 
Westbrook, Robert B. “‘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 42, no. 4 (December 1, 1990): 587–614 » Read

2. World War II and the Home Front

Primary Source 
“Executive Order 9066: Resulting in the Relocation of Japanese, February 19, 1942.” Today’s Document from the National Archives. National Archives » Read
Secondary Source 
Kennedy, David M. “Cauldron of the Home Front.” In Freedom from Fear. Part Two, The American People in World War II, 321–56. The Oxford History of the United States; v. 9; 2004.  » Read (requires 4×4 login)

3. World War II in Oklahoma

Primary Source
“Lynchers Hanged.” The Washington Post. July 12, 1945. » Read
“Prisoner From Oklahoma Is Captured in France.” New York Times. August 9, 1946. » Read
Secondary Source
Warner, Richard S. “Barbed Wire and Nazilagers: PW Camps in Oklahoma.” Chronicles of Oklahoma 64, no. 1 (Spring 1986): 36–67. » Read (requires 4×4 login)