Antiwar Dissent and Peace Activism in WWI America [Bennett]


Editors: Scott H. Bennett & Charles F. Howlett

Nonfiction, Paperback

World War I was a watershed in modern world history. On the battlefield, millions were slaughtered by chemical warfare, machine guns, and trench warfare—and this senseless bloodletting remains the most enduring legacy of the Great War. Critical to understanding the war’s significance is the often-overlooked emergence of a “modern” dynamic grassroots peace movement that both opposed war and sought to abolish its social causes.