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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1930

Explores the events and trends of 1930, including the Great Depression and Mt. Rushmore. Charles Lindbergh and wife Anne Morrow Lindbergh's record-setting, coast-to-coast flight is also covered.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1931

Examines a major 1931 earthquake in Nicaragua.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1933

Looks at FDR's famed 'Nothing to Fear' speech and the 1933 repeal of Prohibition.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1934

Observes Franklin Delano Roosevelt's reassuring fireside chats and the death of gangster John Dillinger.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1935

Looks at the kidnapping and murder of Charles Lindbergh's baby son. Bruno Hauptmann was subsequently arrested and his sensational trial in 1935 captivated the nation.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1936

Looks at the political landscape of 1936, including FDR's landslide re-election in the U.S., King Edward's abdication in the U.K., and the New Deal.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1938

Orson Welles' radio broadcast of War of the Worlds panicked Americans across the country. In the U.K., Neville Chamberlain delivered his famous speech, Peace in Our Times.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1939

1939 brought momentous events that changed the course of history. Year by Year looks at the beginnings of World War II and Franklin Delano Roosevelt's pledge of neutrality.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1940

Examines World War II in Europe in 1940.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1941

1941 bought the bombing of Pearl Harbor and America's entrance into World War II. This episode of Year by Year also examines baseball during the war.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1942

The Battle of Midway, considered the most important naval battle of the Pacific campaign in World War II, is discussed in this episode of Year by Year: 1942. Women at war and the Oscars are also discussed.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1943

Travels to 1943 to explore Hollywood's influence on World War II and the movie stars who went to war.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1945

Looks at 1945's atomic tests and development of the bomb. Also, Franklin Delano Roosevelt dies; VJ Day, Victory in Japan, follows VE, Victory in Europe, Day.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1947

Harry S. Truman defeats Thomas E. Dewey in the presidential race covered byYear by Year: 1947.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1948

Follows as the U.S.S.R. develops their own atomic bomb. Movie star Rita Hayworth marries Prince Ali Khan.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1949

Examines 1949 and prelude to the Korean War. Also, Puerto Rican nationalists attempt to assassinate Harry S. Truman.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1953

The marriage of John F. and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy is examined in this episode of Year by Year. Also featured is Queen Elizabeth's 1953 coronation.
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2011; 1996
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1954

The Geneva Summit brings Dwight D. Eisenhower together with representatives of Britain, France, and the Soviet Union in an effort to reduce international tensions. Adlai Stevenson makes another presidential bid, covered in this episode of Year by Year.
Online
2011; 1992
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1955

Covers events around the world including the formation of the Warsaw Pact by the Eastern Bloc nations and the death of American actor, James Dean.
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2011; 1992
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Year by Year [electronic resource]: 1956

Looks at Don Larson's perfect game, the only no hitter in World Series baseball history. The H-bomb is also discussed.
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2011; 1996