NEW PODCAST: FOCUS ON – The Non-Combatants of WWI

A new podcast from the World War One Centennial Commission.

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Doughboy Podcast A

The Non-Combatants
of WWI

Episode #139

Elsie Janis, USA Signal Corps, AFS

The Doughboys’ Sweetheart, USA Signal Corps film making, and American Field Service ambulances

FOCUS ON: The Non-Combatants
of WWI

Host – Theo Mayer

Unprecedented  Logistics – Joe Johnson | @ 05:00

The US Army Signal Corps – Host | @ 09:15

The Hello Girls – Dr. Elizabeth Cobb | @ 11:30

Medical Support Services & the AFS – Nicole Milano | @ 15:50

The US Postal Service in WWI – Lynn Heidelbaugh | @ 22:15

The Stars & Stripes – Robert Rheid | @ 25:40

The Doughboy’s Sweetheart: Elsie Janis – Dr. Edward Lengel | @ 28:15

Bringing Soldiers to God and God to Soldiers – Dr. John Boyd | @ 32:05

Donuts and Coffee – Patri O’Gan | @ 34:25


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All about WW1 THEN and NOW while you drive, work or play.

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