Explores how Alabama responded to the WWI. This title answers questions such as: Did the state follow the federal government's lead in organizing its resources or did Alabamians devise their own solutions to unique problems they faced? And how did the state's cultural institutions and government react?
Martin T. Olliff is Director of the Archives of Wiregrass History and Culture and Assistant Professor of History, Troy University, Dothan. His articles have appeared in Essays in Business and Economic History; Alabama Review; Provenance: Journal of the Society of Georgia Archivists; and Agricultural History.