Was the "war" against a virus anything like America's other wars?
Just after noon (Tokyo time) on August 15, 1945, the Emperor Hirohito went on Japanese radio to announce his nation’s surrender — and so, World War II came to an end. If anything, the celebrations in the U.S. were even more jubilant than those that had greeted V-E Day three months earlier. In New York City, where two million people filled Times Square, …
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