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I was lucky..

November 10 2011 at 11:10 AM
Anthony Guarderas  (Login superdope)
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Response to I'm teaching a class on "The Unknown History of WWII", any suggestions?

because in my High School one of the history electives was a WW2 class. This was taught by a history teacher who happened to be a Korean war veteran. For me it was such a awesome class I took it two years in a row. He covered as much as he could in the time frame of the semester, but the most important thing that he did in the class was have WW2 veterans come in and talk to us about what they experienced in their respective theatre's. The class as well as our teacher had really no idea what was going to flow out from these veterans. Their stories are something that remains strong to me to this day .
I know that now this might be harder to do with their passings and you might not have the time to do it with the confines of a regular semester. One topic that I had no idea about that I learned in this class was the use of methanphetamines by soldiers and pilots and how this carried over to post war trucking in the U.S.
I hope this helps.
Cheers, Anthony

 
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  1. addendem to post elsewhere - Robert E. Potter, Jr. on Nov 10, 11:49 AM
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