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About This Site
World War 2.0 tries to imagine what the reporting of World War II might have looked like if the conflict were taking place today. Articles are based on information that would have been available to the press at the time, but they are written using contemporary journalistic style. The authors are all students at Seton Hall University, working with assistant professor of journalism Matthew Pressman.
- President Roosevelt focuses on war in State of the Union address
- Japanese Bombard, Occupy Manila
- Government Bans U.S. Auto Production
- Censorship: A Necessary Evil?
- Married men to get draft deferment—for now
- Blood donation controversy raises questions about racial discrimination
- Wartime Halloween means no trick-or-treating
- A Sailor's Story of Heroism and Survival at Pearl Harbor
- Los Angeles Blackout Shrouded in Confusion
- U.S. and Britain Demand Unconditional Surrender at Casablanca Conference