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Racism in World War II.
The common conception of the Second World War as being a "good war" is incorrect. The fight to defend freedom was tarnished by obvious contradictions in the supposedly free United States. Non-white Americans suffered discrimination comparable to the "evil" acts displayed by the enemy. The pacific theater, where Imperial Japan was pursuing a united Asian sphere, presented obvious threats to western democratic society. Japanese culture combined with tactics learned from the west to create a military that was unique to any foe America had faced before. Britain and Russia had already been…
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