Journalism Studies Special Issue: ‘Peace and Future Cannon Fodder’? Journalism and the Great War after 1918
The World War I Crossroads network is a collaboration between editors on the H-Net Commons dedicated to the scholarly study and discussion of World War I and the centennial commemoration of the conflict. This network will highlight World War I content from across the H-Net Commons as well as commission new content on the subject.
Recent Content from the Crossroads
This is the first of a regular feature on the World War I Crossroads highlighting interesting discussions and content about World War I from the H-Net logs. Our very first discussion goes back to 1994 from a discussion that took place on H-Albion. The query, asking about the presence of military personnel files and the availability of online documents and the responses reveal a very different time of scholarship on the web.
H-Net's discussion logs go back to the founding of the organization, but are often forgotten or overlooked. In this series we will highlight some discussions related to World War I from H-Net's past.
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