Roundtable: The First World War and the 20th Century

Jennifer D. Keene, Chapman University

This article was originally published in Zeithistorische Forschungen: Studies in Contemporary History, volume 1, in 2014.


A multi-national group of World War I researchers all answered four questions on 1) the new global perspective on World War I, 2) methodological changes in World War I studies, 3) the long-term significance of World War I, and 4) the relation between academic research and public memory of the "Great War".