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The authors’ extensive research for Living the World War included reviewing over 16,000 pages of the Congressional Record and 885 daily issues of the New York Times to see how an American citizen of that era would have experienced the World War.
The authors are already working on Volume Two which will cover from January 1, 1918 to March 5, 1919 and the adjournment of the 65th Congress as peace negotiations moved forward to what would become the Versailles Treaty.

The result of that research is an incredibly comprehensive look at the time period of October 1, 1916 – December 31, 1917. The experience of war, and the emerging national issues, have profoundly shaped America in the 21st century.

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