From Soup Lines to the Front Lines: Denver during the Depression and World War II, 1927–1947 (Hardcover)
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"Everything from a shipbuilding plant to armament factories to the “arsenal of bureaucracy” to Victory Girls marked Denver during World War II. While citizens sacrificed and contributed to the victory, politicians squabbled. The war saw the community deeply divided on the presence of Japanese-Americans in the state. Different factions competed in trying to forge their version of the postwar world."
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Denver historian and tour guide.