There were no ‘good’ options for ending the war in the Pacific

By Keith Huxen, Ph.D. Senior director of research and history, The National WWII Museum

Looking back on the D-Day invasion of Normandy 20 years after the event, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower informed an astonished young historian, Stephen Ambrose, that boat builder Andrew Jackson Higgins was the man responsible for victory in World War II....

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