The Censored War.
American Visual Experience During World War Two.

Text by George H. Roeder.
Yale University Press, New Haven, 1993. 189 pp., numerous black-and-white illustrations, 7¼x10¼".

Using wartime images from ads, posters, and newspapers, as well as those which were suppressed, this book documents how the American public opinion of World War II was manipulated. George Roeder's insightful text is amplified by arresting visual essays that include many previously unpublished photographs from the army's censored files. An astute and engaging historical study.

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