This chapter describes Winter’s military training and service during World War II. Military service exposed Southerners to a wider world of people and ideas and gave them a new perspective on their region and its institutions. Winter, who served for over three years in the U.S. Army, witnessed many of the changes World War II created, while also further honing his leadership skills in diverse settings.
Keywords: military service; military training; US Army; leadership
Chapter. 7902 words.
Subjects: History of the Americas
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