WWI and the African American Community. Ep. #108

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WWI and the
African American Community

Episode #108

WWI affected the entire African American community  and its future

WWI affected the entire African American community in the U.S.

WWI and the
African American Community

Host: Theo Mayer

  • The Effect of WWI on the African American Community – Dr. Jennifer Keene | @02:05
  • The Dynamics of the Paris Peace Negotiations – Mike Shuster | @10:10
  • First into Germany: Sgt. Roy Holtz Part 4 – Host | @14:30
    (Courtesy of Robert Laplander)
  • The Story of Nurse Sarah Sand – Dr. Edward Lengel | @22:30
  • The Elements of the WWI Memorial Park – Dr. Libby O’Connell | @27:50
  • A Teacher on Teaching WWI – Michael Sandstrom | @36:50
  • “Speaking WWI”: Airport – Host | @45:45
  • “Articles & Posts”: Weekly Dispatch – Host | @48:00

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