"Why We Fight: War, Conflict, and Community," Fourth Palmetto Connections Symposium, November 11, 2017, USC Aiken, South Carolina

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November 11, 2017

Pennsylvania Legacies issue on WWI published, free to read online through May 23

The spring 2017 issue of Legacies, timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into the “Great War,” explores the diversity of Pennsylvanians involved in this global conflict and sheds light on the stories of those whose World War I experiences have been underexplored.

CROSS-POSTED REVIEW: H-Net Review [H-Asia]: Imy on Basu, 'For King and Another Country: Indian Soldiers on the Western Front, 1914-18'

Shrabani Basu.  For King and Another Country: Indian Soldiers on the
Western Front, 1914-18.  New Delhi  Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016.  256
pp.  $30.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-93-8405291-1.

Reviewed by Kate Imy (University of North Texas)
Published on H-Asia (October, 2016)
Commissioned by Sumit Guha

Indian Soldiers WWI

CONF: International and Interdisciplinary Conference: Into the Unknown. Visions and Utopias in the Danube-Carpathian Region in 1917 and Beyond, Ljubljana, 10–12 May 2017

Organizers:

Department of German with Dutch and Swedish, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Ljubljana

Department of Translation, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Ljubljana

Institute for German Culture and History of Southeastern Europe at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

American Catholic World War I Collections on Display

This year marks the centenary of the United States entering the “war to end all wars.” Here at the American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives, our collections preserve the World War I stories of many men and women through the papers, photographs, and objects they left behind.

World War I on Display

This year marks the centenary of the United States entering the “war to end all wars.” Here at the American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives, our collections preserve the World War I stories of many men and women through the papers, photographs, and objects they left behind. To mark this major event in American history, we assembled a small exhibit in our reading room highlighting the personal postcard collections of two soldiers and photographs from a scrapbook of a field mass, which took place at Camp Gordon, Georgia March 24, 1918. For more, please see

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