“WWII on the Home Front”, Presented by Mike Nagle – Video Replay

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“WWII on the Home front”

Presented by:  Mike Nagle

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BAHS YouTube Channel – “WWII on the Home Front”

 The United States entered World War II following the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941.  The nation’s military mobilized and fought a war in Europe and the Pacific.  But how did the war influence American society at home?  How was the nation’s economy impacted?  How did American involvement impact race relations and family life in Michigan and the rest of the country?  In this presentation, Mike Nagle, West Shore Community College Professor of History and Political Science, addresses these and other questions associated with the Home Front during the Second World War.

Michael W. Nagle holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in education and a Master of Arts in history from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington.  He teaches history and political science at West Shore Community College in Scottville, Michigan, where he serves as chair of the social sciences division.  Nagle is an award-winning teacher and noted speaker covering various topics in American history, Michigan history, and student success and retention in the online classroom.  His most recent book, The Forgotten Iron King, Eber Brock Ward, 1811-1875, published by Wayne State University Press in 2022, won the State History Award from the Historical Society of Michigan.  Nagle lives in Ludington, Michigan.