At the time this article went to press, the American people were still continuing to receive those sad envelopes from the Department of War reporting on the 410,000 deaths suffered as a result of four years of global industrialized warfare.
This article, written by Robert Bendiner (1910 - 2009), relayed that peacetime took some getting used to, but day by day, the nation was slowly swinging into its post-war stride.
Five years later the Korean war would begin.
What if the Atomic Bomb had never been invented?
When would the war have ended?