World War I: The Consequences
In commemoration of the centennial anniversary of the start of World War I, this panel discussion explores the consequences of this world-shattering event from multiple and diverse perspectives in an effort to better understand the impact that international conflicts can have on the social, economic, cultural, ethnic, and political dimensions of human life.
Panelists include David Commins (Dickinson College), Dominique Laurent (Dickinson College), Douglas Mastriano (U.S. Army War College), Wendy Moffat (Dickinson College), and Crystal Moten (Dickinson College).
WWI, world war I, war, international conflict, consequences of war
Military History | Peace and Conflict Studies | Political History
Commins, David, Dominique Laurent, Douglas Mastriano, Wendy Moffat, and Crystal Moten. "World War I: The Consequences." Ensemble video, 01:20:35. September 9, 2014. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/watch/SkV8o9JKU0WUtbeRUPGi8g