Learning & Resources
This WWI teaching resource, Putting the Pieces of the Past Together, focuses on the chronology of the Meuse-Argonne Campaign and its larger role within the Great War.
This chapter demonstrates how narrative inquiry creates soldier narratives that allow for a deeper understanding of the Meuse-Argonne Offensive in World War I.
This chapter explores the role of chaplains in the burial of fallen soldiers and the symbolism and significance of grave sites.
Learn about the “friendly invasion” of Great Britain by the United States during WWII. Their mutually beneficial relationship deepened during the war when hundreds of thousands of Americans came through the British Isles.
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