Historians on the homefront: American propagandists for the great war
Examines the propaganda activities of the Wilson administration by looking into the activities of The Committee on Public Information (CPI), and analyzes the relationship between CPI's partnership with the National Board for Historical Service.
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The Dilemma of War
Mobilizing the Historians
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