Primary documents from the World War I era bring to life the causes, events and consequences of those tumultuous and violent years.
Primary documents from the World War I era bring to life the causes, events and consequences of those tumultuous and violent years. Varied perspectives provide a valuable overview of the many and often complicated reactions by Americans to Pre-war European politics, Archduke Ferdinand's assassination, the sinking of the Lusitania by a German submarine, the major battles fought, and of the eventual and controversial entry into the war by the United States, among others. Will be a valued resource for researchers seeking to tap into contemporary attitudes toward events long gone.
Reviews "Collins, Associate Professor of Communication at North Dakota State University, Fargo, has made a fine addition to the Greenwood Press Debating Historical Issues in the Media of the Time Series with World War I: Primary Documents on Events from 1914 to 1919...This work is recommended."—ARBA