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  • Georgia's Role in WWII

    • Fort Gordon by Sean Joiner

      Fort Gordon is a sprawling military base encompassing portions of four counties in and around Augusta. Now the U.S. Army Signal Center, the base has a long and illustrious history going back to Camp Gordon in Atlanta, where doughboys were trained for the...

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    • Fort McAllister by Roger S Durham

      Many earthen fortifications defended the city of Savannah and its numerous water approaches after the Civil War broke out. One of these defenses, Fort McAllister, protected the entrance to the Ogeechee River and the strategic railroad and highway bridges...

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    • Fort Oglethorpe by Gerry Depken

       Fort Oglethorpe, adjacent to Chickamauga Battlefield Park in northwest Georgia, was created in 1902. During national emergencies, the post expanded temporarily into the park. Cavalry troops trained at the post until 1942, and the WAACs/WA Cs arrived in...

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    • Fort Pulaski by John Walker Guss

      Forts are a lasting tribute to the prominence of the US military, and Fort Pulaski stands among these magnificent fortresses. Overlooking the mouth of the Savannah River and the Atlantic Ocean, Fort Pulaski is named in honor of Gen. Casimir Pulaski,...

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    • Pearl Harbor by Robin Johnson

      On December 7, 1941, Americans woke up to find World War II had landed harshly at their doorstep. This amazing book describes the surprise air raid by Japan on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, that shocked the United States into joining the war in Europe. This...

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    • The Attack on Pearl Harbor by Katherine Krieg

      This book relays factual details of the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 through multiple accounts of the event. Readers learn details through the point of view of a U.S. Soldier at Pearl Harbor, a Japanese military commander, and a Hawaiian worker near...

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    • The Bell Bomber Plant by Joe Kriby

      Few would have believed in the late 1930s that Depression-wracked Marietta and Cobb County, where cotton was still king, would later be the site of the largest industrial complex south of the Mason-Dixon line, or that it would be churning out hundreds of...

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    • World War II in Atlanta by Paul Crater

      Few historical events shaped the city of Atlanta more than World War II. A hub for the Civil Rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s, Atlanta is now home to over four million people and serves as national headquarters for a dozen Fortune 500 companies. It...

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    • World War II: Why They Fought by Katie Marsico

      Why did the German people follow Adolf Hitler during World War II? Why did the Soviet Union switch sides partway through the war? How did U.S. women and racial minorities hope to use their participation in the war to change society at home? From the...

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