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October 22, 2020  

The Russo-Japanese War

By Spencer Ford and Justin Hills

Sources included: 1) https://www.history.com/topics/korea/russo-japanese-war 2) https://www.britannica.com/event/Russo-Japanese-War 3) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russo-Japanese_War

October 18, 2020  

Hearing Loss in WWI

By Gannon Foley and Jake Sherman

This week on the podcast, Gannon and Jake discuss hearing loss in the first World War and the effects that it had on soldiers and the overall life in the military.

 

Alexander, Caroline.  “The Shock of War.”  Smithsonian Magazine.  September 2010.  Accessed October 18, 2020.  https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-shock-of-war-55376701/

 

Conroy, Katherine and V. Malik.  “Hearing loss in the trenches - a hidden morbidity of World War I.”  The Journal of Laryngology & Otology.  October 29, 2018.  Accessed October 18, 2020.  https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/16B72309AAB4878A1AFE2E1F56C13CA1/S0022215118001755a.pdf/hearing_loss_in_the_trenches_a_hidden_morbidity_of_world_war_i.pdf.

 

Traynor, Robert.  “Hearing Loss in the Trenches of World War I.”  Hearing Health and Technology Matters.  April 1, 2014.  Accessed October 18, 2020.  https://hearinghealthmatters.org/hearinginternational/2014/hearing-loss-trenches-wwi/

October 12, 2020  

Belgium’s Involvment in WWI

By Spencer Ford

A brief summary and overview of Belgium during WWI

October 11, 2020  

American Propoganda in WWI

By Gannon Foley and Jake Sherman

This week on the podcast, Gannon and Jake discuss different types of American WWI propaganda and the effects it had on the country.

 

“Can Vegetables, Fruit, and the Kaiser too.”  Accessed October 11, 2020.  https://www.history.nd.gov/exhibits/gardening/images/popups/10935-P150-can-the-kaiser.jpg

 

Collier, Barron G.  “Times Are Hard Your Majesty—You Leave Us Nothing to Do.”  1918.  Poster.  World Digital Library.  Accessed October 11, 2020.  https://www.wdl.org/en/item/4527/

 

Flagg, James Montgomery.  “I Want You for US Army.”  1917.  Poster.  World Digital Library.  Accessed October 11, 2020.  https://www.wdl.org/en/item/576/

 

Karunaratne, Natasha.  “The Anti-German Sentiment of WWI.”  Re-Imagining Migration.  Accessed October 11, 2020.  https://reimaginingmigration.org/the-anti-german-sentiment-of-world-war-i/

 

Siegel, Robert and Art Silverman.  “During World War I, US Government Propaganda Erased German Culture.”  NPR.  April 7, 2017.  Accessed October 11, 2020.  https://www.npr.org/2017/04/07/523044253/during-world-war-i-u-s-government-propaganda-erased-german-culture

 

Strothmann, Frederick.  “Beat back the Hun with Liberty Bonds.”  1918.  Poster.  “The Anti-German Sentiment of World War I” by Natasha Karunaratne.  Re-Imagining Migration.   Accessed October 11, 2020.  https://reimaginingmigration.org/the-anti-german-sentiment-of-world-war-i/.

 

October 4, 2020  

Japan’s role in WWI

By Jacob Skorka

An overview of Japan’s involvement in the war, including why they joined the allies and the impact on Japan’s future.

October 1, 2020  

Archduke Franz Ferdinand

By Timothy Hill

A little bit of background on one of the most famous figures of the Great War. Who was he? Why was he chosen to be assassinated? How did he feel about rising nationalism in Europe? 

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