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  1. 1914: The War That Should Have Been Over By Christmas

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    Britain had not expected to be drawn into a land war in Europe, or if she were, it would be "over by Christmas." The miscalculation cost her dearly. Yet there were some who, before the…

  2. Barbarians and Brothers, Anglo-American Warfare 1500-1865

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    Wayne Lee will discuss his book, Barbarians and Brothers, examining the origins and nature of atrocity and restraint in warfare in the early modern Anglo-American world. This talk will focus on two…

  3. Civil War Hijinks

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    Featuring songs and stories from the Civil War, folksinger Judy Cook’s presentation will highlight the often overlooked aspects of Civil War era history by exploring the everyday activities…

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    • Little Hawk and the Lone Wolf: A Conversation with Ray Kaquatosh

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      Sit in on a unique discussion between World War II and Korean War veteran Ray Kaquatosh and interviewers as the 90-year-old Menominee Indian shares stories from his recent coming of age memoir “Little…

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      • The World War I Doughboy Experience and Writing Alamo Doughboy

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        This year marks 100 years since the beginning of “The Great War” in Europe. Join us as former journalist Jennifer Rude Klett, author of Alamo Doughboy: Marching Into The Heart Of Kaiser's…

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        • A Wicked War: Polk, Clay, Lincoln, and the 1846 U.S. Invasion of Mexico

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          Often forgotten and overlooked, the U.S.-Mexican War featured false starts, atrocities, and daring back-channel negotiations as it divided the nation, paved the way for the Civil War a generation…

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          • The Boys of '67: Charlie Company's War in Vietnam

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            Even though it is often remembered for battles like Khe Sanh or Hamburger Hill, at its heart, Vietnam was a brutal, small unit war. In The Boys of ’67: Charlie Company’s War in Vietnam,…

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            • Camp Home: Picturing Japanese American Incarceration during World War II

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              Camp Home, a photograph series by artist Kevin Miyazaki, documents repurposed barracks used as internment camps for Japanese Americans (including some of Miyazaki's own relatives) during WWII.…

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              • Interpersonal Communication

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              • John Reynolds and the Iron Brigade

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                The death of General John Reynolds as he led the 2nd Wisconsin into action at Gettysburg July 1, 1863, turned him into an American military hero. But his relationship with the famous Iron Brigade…

              • The Men Who Lost America

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                Britain seemingly should have won the Revolutionary War. Its failure to do so is commonly assumed to be due to the incompetence of commanders and the politicians who are ridiculed in fiction and…

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                • Eternal Bivouac

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                  Margaret Berres and Tom Ludka have collaborated for twelve years on extensive research projects identifying the final resting places of Civil War veterans in Wisconsin, including over a thousand buried…

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