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Tag: World War Ii Insignias
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"How World War II Changed a Generation" by Deborah Dash Moore (Harvard University Press, 2004).
Walking near my parents' home in Florida -- where I'm writing this column -- I noticed a hat with World War II insignias, much like the one my father sometimes wears, in the back window...