Volume 2, Number 2

Houston Remembers World War II
Vol. 2, No. 2 (Spring 2005)
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Letter from Editor Joe Pratt
Memorials and Memories
By Joseph A. PrattThe Cruiser Houston: Peacetime Icon,Wartime Martyr
By Jim SayeReinventing Houston: Mexican Americans of the World War II GenerationBy Maggie Rivas-RodriguezFacing History – CREW: The Men of the USS Texas
By Marisa C. Sánchez

A Jewish GI Returns Home to Nazi Germany
By Carla Curtis

Filming the Fight: An Interview with L. Bennett Fenberg
Interview by Steven Fenberg

Driving on the Edge of Death: Arthur Joseph Jr. and the Red Ball Express
Interview by Issac Hampton II

A Glimpse of Houston during World War II
By Joel DrautHumble Women at War: The Case of Humble’s Baytown Refinery, 1942-1945By Gary RabalaisCommunity in History: The Heights Remembers WWII
By Mary Michel Hinton

The Battle for the Texas Mind: The Firing of Homer Price Rainey and the Fight for the Survival of Academic Freedom and New Deal Liberalism at the University of Texas, 1939-1945
By John Moretta

Reminiscences: An Interview with Robert L. Waltrip
Interview by William H. Kellar

The Debt That’s Owed
Poem by Eric Kaposta

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