qThose who viewed military families as representatives of their nation believed that they could project a friendlier, more humane side of the United States' campaign for dominance in the Cold War and were essential to the ideological battle against communism. In this untold story of Cold War diplomacy, Donna Alvah describes how these qunofficial ambassadorsq cultivated relationships with both local people and military families in private homes, churches, schools, women's clubs, shops, and other places.q--BOOK JACKET.aArmy Wives Speak Out: A Feminist Oral History.a Senior thesis, University of ... U.S. Lady, April 1956, 53. aUS Officers on Okinawa Make Own Huts out of Packing Cases. ... Stars and Stripes, 21 September 1945, 5. Victor, Ruth. aMilitary Menanbsp;...
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