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World War Two History Links

World war Two began as a European conflict when Germany invaded Poland in September of 1939. It is estimated that more than 100 million war personnel were mobilized to wage World War Two before the war officially ended on August 15, 1945.

Like all wars World War Two had a profound affect on the home front as well as the battlefield. On the home front and abroad the role of women was drastically being realized. On the battlefield the most diverse group of American military personnel changed the course and the face of the United States armed forces forever.

To learn more about the war and the people that fought it click on the banners below . To return to the Lincoln High Roll of Honor just use your browsers back button.

 

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Click here to learn more about the Women that served in the War.

 

click on this link to learn personal stories about the people that lived through World War Two.

 

Hispanic Americans and World War II

 

click here to learn more about the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.

 

click here to learn more about women nes correspondents during World War II

 

African American Odyssey - World War Two

 

THE PACIFIC WAR
A WORLD WAR II SUMMARY

 

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click on this site to get a broad overview of the history of World War Two.