Americans at War: Experiencing World War I presented by Dr. Jennifer Keene
How did ordinary men and women experience World War I? The Great War meant separation, combat, and loss for millions. Yet for others the war offered a chance for social advancement, adventure, and victory. Americans were part of this global story, experiencing the tragedy and triumph of World War I. This lecture discusses home-front mobilization and combat, spanning the experiences of soldiers, women immigrants, African Americans, and families, and ends by discussing how Americans remembered the war in the inter-war period.
Dr. Keene is a professor of history and the ...
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