Historians consider 1916 to be the truly pivotal year of World War I. We look at all the major belligerents, along with developments in the United States. Submarines, blockades, Woodrow Wilson, civilian life, and much more are covered in this compelling episode with Hunt Tooley, my favorite historian of the war.
About the Guest
Hunt Tooley is chairman of the department of history at Austin College.
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The Great War: Western Front and Home Front, 2nd ed., by Hunt Tooley
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