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It was a day that changed the world, a day that shook the foundations of everyone in the United States of America; but for Nancy, it was the reactions of her mother and grandmother that stood out most and would be etched in her memory forever. Nancy was seven years old that Sunday in December in 1941 when the shocking attack on Pearl Harbor compelled U.S. entry into the Second World War. The America of wartime was a very different place for a child to grow up. Nancy lived in a world filled with people, some strangers, who cared for her. There was a sense of unity as people knew they were headed in the same direction and desired to help one another do what was needed to win that war. Everyone's Child follows WWII but deals mostly with Nancy's life as a child and how it was impacted by the daily events of the war. This unique perspective provides a social history of a distinct chapter in America's not-to-distant past.
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Book Description Nancy Orlando Books, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0990559920