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WW1 Centennial News for September 16, 2019 - Episode #140

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The American Worker & WWI

Episode #140

Host - Theo Mayer

  • The American Worker & WWI - Host | @ 05:15
  • Labor Gains & Labor Losses - Dr. Mark Robbins | @ 10:05
  • A Century in the Making: Article by Traci Slatton- Host | @ 19:20
  • Historian's Corner - Col. Michael Visconage, USMC (ret.) | @ 30:15
  • The Buzz: Posts from the internet - Host | @ 39:05

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World War I - THEN

100 Years Ago

The American Worker & WWI - Host



Helgeson, Jeffrey, “American Labor and Working-Class History, 1900-1945,” Oxford Research Encyclopedias


Keir, Malcolm, “Post-War Causes of Labor Unrest,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, January 1919, pp. 101-109,


Mintz, Steven, “Historical Context: Post-World War I Labor Tensions,” The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History,


 “How War Amplified Federal Power in the Twentieth Century,” Foundation for Economic Education


Labor Gains & Labor Losses - Dr. Mark Robbins


World War I - NOW


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Gallery of images and videos  

Historians Corner

A Historian Commemorates WWI - Col. Micheal Visconage



The Buzz


Veterans worried as WWI monument faces demolishing


Veterans Group Marks 100-Year Milestone for WWI’s Polish-American Freedom Fighters




John Logie Baird


The U.S. World War One Centennial Commission

The Doughboy Foundation


Executive Producer: Dan Dayton

Producer & Host: Theo Mayer

Line Producer: Juliette Cowall

Written by: Theo Mayer and David Kramer


Mac Nelsen
Tim Crowe

Website support: JL Michaud


Special guests:

Col. Michael Visconage, US Marine Corps (ret.)

Dr. Mark Robbins

Special thanks to novelist Traci Slatton for allowing us to read her article in M on the show


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