After 100 Years, It’s Still No Man’s Land: What World War I Means Today and Why it Still Matters

When you get an alert on your phone about turmoil in the Middle East, or a dispute over nuclear weapons, or American casualties in Afghanistan, believe it or not, you’re still getting dispatches from the Great War.

Lecture Description

37 million people were killed or wounded in World War I. Yet virtually no one today gives it a second thought or understands its importance in creating the world we live in now. After 100 years, the Great War still haunts us, and this program explains why.


Military World War I

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