"The study offers interesting perceptions of how attitudes toward the Cold War and the Vietnam War played through a lens of "the good war" . . . Casaregola's extensive filmography and list of broadcast sources of highly useful. Summing Up: Recommended. All readers." - Choice
Theaters of War: America's Perceptions of World War IIby V. Casaregola
Historian Vincent Casaregola examines the portrayal of WWII in popular culture and how that protrayal has changed over time. By examining WWII films, literature, theatreand art from the Cold War era, the Vietnam War, the Reagan years, and present day, heseeks to understnad the part played by current politics, events and conflicts.
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Vincent Casaregola is Associate Professor of English at Saint Louis University. From 1994 to 2007, he directed the English Writing Program there. He has previously taught at The University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh, The University of Iowa, and John Carroll University.
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