The Ken Burns Documentary, The War

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The Ken Burns Documentary, The War, is a very interesting portrayal of how World War II affected America and the World. It made very clear to me the call to defend your country. As soon as Pearl Harbor was attacked, the push for war was never more dominant. People from all across the country rushed to recruiting stations in order to serve their country. In towns like Luverne, Minnesota, Sacramento, California, Waterbury, Connecticut, and Mobile, Alabama, there was now a promising a chance to see the world and to actually be “someone.” A very important push as well that was revealed in the documentary was “to kill Japs.” It was very interesting to see different perspectives from people from these towns. What really hit home for me was a Glenn

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