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    In the Centennial Footsteps of the Great War

    Photographer and former president of the Budapest Stock Exchange, Attila Szalay-Berzeviczy, documented the 100th anniversary of WWI through photographs of commemorations done in 57…

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    Movies at War

    This “Film Bulletin” produced by the U.S. Army Signal Corps shows how training, informational, and Hollywood films were distributed by ship, airplane, train, truck, and sometimes camel to…

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    Captain Harry Truman and World War I

    Military historian D.M. Giangreco talked about Captain Harry Truman’s World War I service, and how it shaped the president who later brought World War II to an end. The Truman Library…

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    Woodrow Wilson and Henry Cabot Lodge

    Patricia O’Toole recounted the struggle between President Woodrow Wilson and Senate Majority Leader Henry Cabot Lodge over ratification of the 1919 Versailles Treaty, which ended World War…

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    World War I Memorial Veterans Day Bell-Ringing Ceremony

    The armistice ending World War I--and the centennial of Arlington Cemetery’s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier--were remembered with the tolling of a U.S. Navy ship bell at the National World War…

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    Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Centennial

    November 11, 2021 is the centennial of Arlington Cemetery’s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Samuel Holliday, of the U.S. Capitol Historical Society, explained the story behind the tomb, who is laid…

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    Anti-Semitism Between WWI and WWII

    American University professor Pamela Nadell taught a class about the rise in anti-Semitism in America between World War I and II. She described the 1915 lynching of Jewish man Leo Frank in…

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    Myths About America in World War I

    Professor Jennifer Keene talked about myths about America’s involvement in World War I, including the misconceptions that the U.S. was not involved in Europe prior to entering the war, or…

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    1916-17 World War I Peace Talks

    Philip Zelikow talked about his book, The Road Less Traveled: The Secret Battle to End the Great War, 1916-1917. It examines a five-month period during which the United States, the United…

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    World War I Battle of Saint-Mihiel

    C-SPAN visited monuments, villages, and an American cemetery associated with the September 12 to 16, 1918 World War I Battle of Saint-Mihiel, France. Locations included the Montsec American…

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    World War I Battle of Belleau Wood Centennial

    Historian Mitchell Yockelson led a tour of American monuments, battlefields, and a cemetery in northeastern France to commemorate the centennial of several battles in May and June of 1918.…

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    Post-World War I Red Scare

    The immediate post-World War I era was a period in U.S. history marked by violent labor strikes, mass anti-immigration rallies, race riots, and a government crackdown on socialist and other leftist…

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    German World War I Soldiers

    Three reenactors portraying German World War I soldiers discussed their uniforms, equipment, and the difficulties the common soldier faced. They were participants in a living history event…

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    French World War I Soldiers

    Two U.S. Army veterans portrayed French World War I soldiers in a mock trench. Wearing uniforms and gear from the last two years of the conflict, the soldiers discussed the French…

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    National World War I Memorial First Colors Ceremony

    The United States World War I Centennial Commission marked the opening of the National World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C., with a video tribute and flag-raising ceremony to honor the…

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    American Women in World War I France

    During the Spanish-American War, the YMCA initiated a program to recruit women to bring a little bit of home to U.S. troops. In this program from the National World War I Museum in Kansas…

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    World War I Meuse-Argonne Offensive

    Historian Mitchell Yockelson and French battlefield guide Guillaume Moizan visited battlefields, villages, and monuments to tell the story of the forty-seven day Meuse-Argonne offensive,…

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    Daughters of World War I Medal of Honor Recipients

    The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration awarded by the U.S. government. The first was presented by President Lincoln in 1863. Daughters of World War I Medal of Honor recipients John…

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    The York Patrol

    Military historian James Carl Nelson looked at the efforts of U.S. Army Sergeant Alvin York, who was responsible for seizing German positions in the 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, the last…

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    African American Experience in World Wars I and II

    On July 26,1948, President Harry Truman signed an executive order desegregating the U.S. Armed Forces.  Prior to the order, African Americans suffered various forms of discrimination,…

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