Arizona Stories: World War II

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From the battlefield to the home front, Eight profiles the Arizonans — and Arizona communities — that were forever changed by the Second World War. Eight presents back-to-back stories exploring the struggles and conflict, the sacrifice and the bravery.

Featured stories:

American Legion Post 41, The Great Escape of ’44, Hispanic Flyboys, The Homefront, Ira Hayes, Navajo Code Talkers, The USS Arizona, WWII Internment Camps, Falcon Field, Silvestre Herrera, Arizona WWII Military Aviation, Women in the Navy

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