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Mon July 28, 2014
World War I's 100th Anniversary: N.H. Reflects
By The Exchange
This summer marks the 100th anniversary of World War I. We’ll take a look at the history lessons of that war, including the causes and the lasting impact of the war.
- Kraig Larkin – assistant professor of history at Colby-Sawyer College. He teaches European and American History and Culture with a special focus on Germany.
- Richard Ned Lebow– The James O Friedman presidential professor emeritus at Dartmouth College. And the author of the new book Archduke Franz Ferdinand Lives: A World Without World War I.
- For more on the web about WWI from the Council on Foreign Relations: "The Internet is full of information on the World War I. Like all things online, however, some resources are better than others. Here are some useful English-language websites to learn more about the war that changed the course of history."