From 1941 to 1945, citizens of the Quad Cities—four towns straddling the Illinois-Iowa border in the heartland of America—worked in war industries, bought war bonds, and rationed sugar. They sent their loved ones to fight around the wo
Reservists, their family and neighbors, and millions of citizens without ties to the military can compose America's next "greatest generation.",","Y
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