World War II Veterans

Published: December 9, 2019
Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Div., FSA/OWI Coll.

It was this week 78 years ago, immediately after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, that the United States entered what would later be known as World War II. How did the War and the experiences of combat shape the beliefs of those men who served? Find out in these essays broadcast in Edward R. Murrow’s This I Believe series from the early 1950s.

  1. Guarding the Gift of Freedom, by Lucius D. Clay
  2. All Men Are My Brothers, by James A. Michener
  3. Mankind Is Only a Youngster, by Lloyd Jordan
  4. To Live with Uncertainty, by W. David Curtiss
  5. Avoiding the Extremes of Life, by David J. Levy