After the fighting had stopped, it was time to decide what the peace would look like. For this task representatives from all over the world gathered in Paris in early 1919. They all
With the armistice coming into effect on the Western Front on November 11th, 1918, the fighting in Western Europe would be over. For the centenary I jumped into the list of listener questions
The Great Influenza would spread around the world in 1918 and 1919, and leave destruction in its wake.
In 1918, as war raged in Europe a new, more deadly foe joined the battle.
After the signing of the armistice the German Army and Navy had to come to terms with what came next.
November 11th. The End.
Why did the leaders of Germany and Austria-Hungary need an armistice? What did they try to do to keep their countries together?
This is our final episode about the military conflict at the front before we shift gears next episode to discuss the events around the armistice. This is something of a milestone because it
We now enter the last two episodes of our series on the 100 days, the final Allied offensives of the war. Today we will be looking at the allied offensive effort which began
This will be our third and final episode about the American led Meuse-Argonne offensive. We will cover the entire month of October and then the beginning of November, right up to the armistice.
This week the American attacks in the Meuse-Argonne offensive continue, but we also take a bit of a break from the larger story to focus on a much smaller one. When the attacks
Last episode we discussed the American attack at St. Mihiel, this week we will focus on their attack during the Meuse-Argonne offensive. It was here that Foch had tasked the Americans with attacking