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Dance floor democracy : the social geography of memory at the Hollywood Canteen

<Div>Open from 1942 until 1945, the Hollywood Canteen was the most famous of the patriotic home-front nightclubs where civilian hostesses jitterbugged with enlisted men of the Allied Nations. The storied dance floor remains the subject of much U.S. national nostalgia for the ""Good War"" and the ""Greatest Generation."" By drawing from oral histories with civilian volunteers and military guests who danced at the wartime nightclub, Sherrie Tucker complicates the history of the Hollywood Canteen.</div>

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  • "<Div>Open from 1942 until 1945, the Hollywood Canteen was the most famous of the patriotic home-front nightclubs where civilian hostesses jitterbugged with enlisted men of the Allied Nations. The storied dance floor remains the subject of much U.S. national nostalgia for the ""Good War"" and the ""Greatest Generation."" By drawing from oral histories with civilian volunteers and military guests who danced at the wartime nightclub, Sherrie Tucker complicates the history of the Hollywood Canteen.</div>"@en

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  • "Dance floor democracy : the social geography of memory at the Hollywood Canteen"@en
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  • "Dance Floor Democracy"@en