The American home front, 1941-1942 / Alistair Cooke.
Shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Cooke, a newly naturalized citizen, set out to see his country as it was undergoing a monumental change. He wanted to "see what the war had done to people, to the towns I might go through, to some jobs and crops, to stretches of landscape I loved and h...
New York :
Atlantic Monthly Press : Distributed by Publishers Group West,
- Introduction to a war
- A passport to the people
- Through the Appalachians to the pioneers
- Deep down South
- The Gulf Coast
- The Southwest
- Westward the course of empire
- The Pacific Northwest
- The Great Plains
- From wheat to steel
- The rise and fall of New England
- Epilogue: four months in 1945