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Forgotten War: The Lasting Legacy of World War I

Lecture no. 1 from the course: Forgotten War: The Lasting Legacy of World War I

Forgotten War: The Lasting Legacy of World War I

| 21 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online History Courses

Four esteemed professors—Edward T. O’Donnell, David R. Stone, Craig L. Symonds, and Patrick Allitt—with different historical specialties discuss the implications of World War I, the military strategy, the triumphs and failures, and the war's legacy for both America and for the world.


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j********m
November 16, 2019

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l********t
October 19, 2019
If you already have a solid background on WWI this might be a good video. But for me it went right over my head. I understood all of WWI by comparison so I think there needs to be more explanation here or at least give the disclaimer that you need considerable WWI prior knowledge to learn something from this video.

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v********m
September 28, 2019

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