In September 1918, the park hosted an exposition to drum up civilian support for the war effort.
Sabaton are celebrating their 20th year of existence in style. The Swedish power-metal band kicked off 2019 with the launch of their own YouTube channel, which focuses on the history that fuels their songwriting, and in July they released their ninth album, the World War I-inspired The Great War. Sabaton are no stranger to exploring […]
Franklin A. Denison was no rabble-rouser, but the Bureau of Investigation said he sparked the 1919 race riot.
Letters home from two WWI soldiers, one white, one Black, explain the 1919 Chicago race riot as well as any history book.
It also offers a sharp critique of the British political system.
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Lee Sandlin’s magnum opus on Americans’ amnesia about World War II makes a Russian reflect on how differently we experienced the war.
The civil rights-era playwright’s Wedding Band is an indispensable look at what we’ve been missing.
The past is not dead. It’s not even past.
Johnny Johnson follows a pacifist into the trenches of WWI and beyond.
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Also, a group of witches hope to end Logan Square gentrification, and a local architect is tapped to design Washington D.C.’s World War I memorial.
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