restricted access   Volume 34, Number 3, Fall 2017

Table of Contents

Special Issue: 1917 in History and Memory

Edited by Adam R. Seipp

Editor’s Note

p. 1
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Articles

Introduction: 1917 and the 20th Century

pp. 2-7
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Decisive Factor or Junior Partner?: The American Contribution to Allied Victory in the Great War

pp. 8-30
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Fighting on Two Fronts: World War One, Women’s Suffrage, and John Pershing’s “Hello Girls”

pp. 31-47
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Russia 1917: The Soldiers’ Revolution

pp. 48-57
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“‘Hold On’ is the Order of the Hour”: Consent, Dissent, and Mobilization in 1917

pp. 58-72
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Aesthetics, Ethics, and Poster Art in World War I France and the United States

pp. 73-102
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An Artifact of War Carved in 1917: The Trench Cane of Soldier/Peasant Claude Burloux.

pp. 103-114
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Twenty Years of Disenchantment: The American entry into World War I remembered, 1917–1937

pp. 115-127
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1917: Towards a Global Order1

pp. 128-143
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 144-145
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Books Received

pp. 146-147
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