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Great War Lecture Series: The Front Line Soldier on the Western Front in the Great War
Emeritus professor Charles Endress illuminates the enlisted soldier's daily life, within the strategic context of World War I.
Great War Lecture Series: "Can the Kaiser: Viewing World War I Through American Propaganda Posters"
Dr. Jay Antle from Johnson County Community College discusses how war posters attempted to reshape American attitudes toward World War I.
Great War Lecture Series: The Cultural Impact of World War I on America
Jennifer D. Keene lectures on the impact of World War I on modern American life.
Great War Lecture Series: World War I and the Lessons of History
Adam Seipp shares the political and social thought proceeding from World War I into World War II, from the perspective of prominent leaders who experienced both conflicts.
Great War Lecture Series: Drafting for the World War and the World Series
Doctors William A. Taylor and David P. Dewar lecture on the World War 1 draft, and its effect on baseball and Shoeless Joe Jackson.