Dispatches: America at War

Despair, the Crisis, and Victory

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For many years, Hanson Baldwin served as the military editor of the New York Times. Throughout World War II, he filed dispatches to Foreign Affairs that took the long view of the war. These selections offer a vivid, compact, and real-time accounting of events -- both in their uncertainty and triumph.

 


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