Highlights: 1.5 Million “Over There”
- 100 years ago: Ready to increase US forces to 4 million | @ 02:10
- German perspective on the turn around – Mike Shuster | @ 12:25
- Part 2: 28th division – the Pennsylvania Doughboys – Dr. Edward Lengel | @ 16:30
- Announcing resources for local Armistice Centennial Events – YourACE | @ 23:15
- Spotlight on the media: The Hello Girls – Jim Theres | @ 29:50
- Update from the States: Wyoming and Indian Doughboys – Douglas R. Cubbison | @ 37:00
- WWI WarTech – Devil’s Rope | @ 44:45
- Dispatch Newsletter Highlights | @ 47:50
- BUZZ – Commemoration in Social Media – Katherine Akey | @ 49:55
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World War One Then
100 Years Ago
Great War Project
America Emerges: Military Stories from WW1
The U.S. 28th Division engages the Germans in heavy street fighting for the towns of Fismes and Fismette.
World War One Now
Updates from the States
Spotlight on the Media
WW1 War Tech
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WW1 Centennial News Video Podcast on iTunes
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