Here is a clip of the Rosie the Riveter song. It demonstrates the type of propaganda that was popular and encouraged women to participate in labor to help with the war effort.
Biographical Information: Robert H. Torgler was born in Canton, Ohio in 1928. His mother worked as a homemaker while his father worked in the railroad industry. Robert Torgler went to high school in a primarily white community and embraced living in an industrial city. During World War II his father was exempt from service […]
This primary source is an interview with a bunch of people who experienced anti-semitism in the Soviet Union around the time of World War II. It was done by the Boulder Oral History Program at the University of Colorado Boulder. I think whenever you see that it is done by a University it gives it […]