The essay examines the many side effects of World War II: the United States turned into the "arsenal of democracy", there was genocide and vast population shifts in Central Europe, democracy was rebuilt in Germany and Italy, and Western decolonization in the Third World was accelerated, thereby occasioning a worlwide power shift.
With more than 1,700 cross-referenced entries covering every aspect of World War II, the events and developments of the era, and myriad related subjects as well as a documents volume, this is the most comprehensive reference work available on the war. • Provides a clear understanding of the causes of World War II, reaching back to World War I and the role of the Western democracies in its origin • Examines home front developments in major countries during the war, such as race and gender relations in the United States • Recognizes the important roles played by women in the war and describes how the United States mobilized its economy and citizenry for total war • Discusses the Holocaust and establishes responsibility for this genocide • Details the changing attitudes toward the war as expressed in film and literature
Education by Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Designed to meet the needs of its users, The Software Encyclopedia is a comprehensive, easy-to-navigate guide filled with detailed information on micro-computer software. Listings of over 44,600 software programs from 4,646 publishers and distributors are fully annotated to facilitate research and acquisition. Title entries are classified under 668 subject headings and contain title, subtitle, version number, publication date, compatible hardware, operating system requirements, memory required, price, a description of the type of customer support available, author, and ISBN. Additionally, the 2-volume set includes a Publisher Name index, System Compatibility/Applications Index, Applications Guide, and Distributor Name Index.
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary
Category: Electronic government information
Presents State estimates of personal income. It presents the following estimates for each State, for the eight Census regions, and for the U.S. Includes: annual estimates of total and per capita personal income for 1929-93; annual estimates of total and per capita disposable personal income for 1948-93; annual estimates of personal income by major type of payment and by industry for 1929-93, and quarterly estimates of total personal income for 1969-93. Extensive maps, charts and tables.