America’s isolationism breathed its last gasp in 1941 with the material support of England through the Lend-Lease act and Hitler’s surprise attack on Russia. But it wasn’t until Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 that the U.S. fully entered the war. Hear the vivid recollections of the veterans who survived the devastating attack.
Cosa pensano gli ascoltatori di Ep. 5: Pearl Harbor, Part One (The Home Front)
- R. MCRACKAN
Churchill and Hirohito
This is the episode where the WW II with which we're most familiar begins to take shape. Churchill appeals to America for aid. Hitler's military victories erodes American isolationism. And the heretofore elusive inevitability of America's involvement begins to crumble. Also, enter player 2: Japan.
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