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(S6.E2.) Chpt 6: World War Two


This episode focuses on World War Two. In addition to the terrible destruction and loss of life, the war also defined the world then and now. After the war the United States assumed a leadership role in the world. Emerging from a long period of isolationism, the U.S. became engaged in world affairs and continuing military actions. This new engagement leads to the next chapter, the Cold War.

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