Some of the most memorable images that come to mind from that era, we remember in black and white. Most of us probably have a few favorites.
The sailor kissing the nurse in Times Square. (Image credit: WikiCommons)
I recently reviewed an interesting and important book: America at War in Color.
Fathers and grandfathers of baby boomers not only remember the war in color, they experienced it in color.
America at War in Color includes the story of one of the most memorable images from the war. It was taken near the end of the war on a small island in the Pacific. One of the men in that picture left autographed copies of it for his children. He chose to leave with with color prints. Great story.
(Image credit: WikiCommons)