The Great War and Modern Amnesia: Studying Pennsylvania’s Great War, Part 2
- Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies
- Penn State University Press
- Volume 84, Number 4, Autumn 2017
- pp. 417-424
- Additional Information
This is an introduction to Pennsylvania History’s second special edition on Pennsylvania in World War I. While it is uncertain how much residents of the Keystone State remember about the Great War, these volumes hope to remind them of this seminal moment in world history and Pennsylvania’s place in it. This second edition highlights important historical issues in this period, including military history, medical history, and women’s history. In addition to introducing the following fine articles, this introduction highlights ways we might commemorate the service, suffering, and sacrifices of Pennsylvanians, including use of digital archives in the classroom.