WHAT'S INSIDE: WORLD WAR II

World War II was a dark period in the history of the world. This section covers topics about some of the many people and events that took place during the course of World War II.
  • Overview
  • Biographies
  • Conferences & Agreements
  • Glossary
FEATURED: WORLD WAR II

Kinkaid Thomas Cassin (1888-1972), a United States naval officer. Kinkaid was one of the major naval leaders of World War II.

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