SPECIAL EDITION: Making Peace: Harder than Making War?

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Making Peace!
Harder Than Making
War?

Episode #128

Signing the Versailles Peace Treaty

The Treaty of Versailles is signed on June 28, 1919


Special Edition

Making Peace! Harder than Making War?

Host – Theo Mayer

This special edition is dedicated to exploring the Paris Peace Negotiations and the resulting Treaty of Versailles. For our exploration, we are joined by an extraordinary panel of guests including:

  • Military Historian, Sir Hew Strachan
  • Professor of International History, Margaret MacMillan
  • Woodrow Wilson Biographer, Professor Patricia O’Toole
  • American History Author, Garrett Peck
  • Citizen Historian and Artist, Katherine Akey
  • Former NPR Correspondent and WWI blogger, Mike Shuster

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