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A Comparative Study of White and Black American Soldiers during the First World War
Quand on compare les experiences des soldats blancs et des soldats noirs dans l'armee americaine pendant la Premiere Guerre mondiale, on voit immediatement que les mesures racistes appliquees par lesExpand
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A ‘Brutalizing’ War? The USA after the First World War
Were US citizens brutalized by the First World War? Mobilization unified the nation, forcing both the willing and unwilling to take a stand in regards to the war and war-induced changes withinExpand
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World War I: The American Soldier Experience
Preface Timeline 1. The United States in the First World War 2. Drafting and Training the Army 3. Morals and Morale 4. Americans All: The Experiences of Minorities and Women in the Military 5.Expand
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Doughboys, the Great War, and the Remaking of America
How does a democratic government conscript citizens, turn them into soldiers who can fight effectively against a highly-trained enemy, and then somehow reward these troops for their service? In thisExpand
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The United States and the First World War
Origins - was the war inevitable? mobilization - new powers for the government social changes at home fighting the war peace.
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Finding common ground : new directions in First World War studies
Preface Jeffrey Grey ... ix Introduction: Who Owns the Battlefield? Jennifer D. Keene and Michael S. Neiberg ...xi List of Contributors ... xvii Part One: Setting the Stage 1. Why Are We StillExpand
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Intelligence and Morale in the Army of a Democracy: The Genesis of Military Psychology During the First World War
Much has been written about the introduction of intelligence testing during the First World War when civilian psychologists convinced the Army to experiment with its selection and classificationExpand
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American pandemic: the lost worlds of the 1918 influenza epidemic
American national identity rests on a triumphant narrative of unifying to overcome adversity and emerging stronger as a result. According to Nancy K. Bristow, this phenomenon also explains why Amer...
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Deconstructing Cognitive Heterogeneity in Puerto Rican Spanish-Speaking Children With ADHD.
OBJECTIVE There is limited understanding of the cognitive profiles of Spanish-speaking children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The current study investigated the cognitiveExpand
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