American History says the United States won the war against the
Nazis in Europe. But is that the real story? Author Richard J.
Trattner suggests new research says otherwise.
"FDR WWII: It Took Sixty Years for the Historians to Catch Up
with Him" is the story you didn't know. Trattner relies on research
done after 2000 to challenge the American view, saying it was
actually the Soviet Union-and not America-that defeated Adolf
Hitler's murderous regime. He goes on to suggest that President
Franklin D. Roosevelt's policies actually led to American GIs dying
decades after the end of the war.
"American military 'history' has produced sixty years of bad
conditioning for me to overcome," says Trattner. He credits much of
his hypothesis to newly emerging research, including papers now
open to the public in Russia.
Trattner is a retired lawyer and former assistant US attorney.
He is the author of the novel "1944: The Year the Holocaust Came to
America." His newest book will leave you wondering whether what you
learned in school about the war was true at all.
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