Doughboys, the Great War, and the Remaking of America

Doughboys, the Great War, and the Remaking of America

Jennifer D. Keene / Sep 18, 2019

Doughboys the Great War and the Remaking of America How does a democratic government conscript citizens turn them into soldiers who can fight effectively against a highly trained enemy and then somehow reward these troops for their service In this ac

  • Title: Doughboys, the Great War, and the Remaking of America
  • Author: Jennifer D. Keene
  • ISBN: 9780801865923
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Hardcover
  • How does a democratic government conscript citizens, turn them into soldiers who can fight effectively against a highly trained enemy, and then somehow reward these troops for their service In this account, Jennifer D Keene argues that the doughboy experience in 1917 18 forged the US Army of the 20th century and ultimately led to the most sweeping piece of social welfareHow does a democratic government conscript citizens, turn them into soldiers who can fight effectively against a highly trained enemy, and then somehow reward these troops for their service In this account, Jennifer D Keene argues that the doughboy experience in 1917 18 forged the US Army of the 20th century and ultimately led to the most sweeping piece of social welfare legislation in the nation s history the G.I Bill.

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      • Jennifer D. Keene

        As of 2001, Keene is an assistant professor of history at the University of Redlands California


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    1. Fantastic book about the ways World War I shaped American society. Everybody should read it, I think. Best book I've been assigned for the class this semester . . . also happens to be the only book so far written by a female historian. #winning


    2. In 2001 John Hopkins Press published Jennifer Keene's outstanding book, "Doughboys, The Great War, and the Remaking of America." This book came from Jennifer's doctoral dissertation and reflects her remarkable scholarship using oral histories, secondary sources, and insights about how social and military history intersect to profoundly influence the lives of three generations and their offspring. I was spellbound while reading her work and very grateful for the opportunity to hear her speak abou [...]


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