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T. Hunt Tooley

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Hunt Tooley chairman of the department of history at Austin College.

Hunt Tooley chairman of the department of history at Austin College. He received his Ph.D. in history at the University of Virginia. He is the author of The Great War: Western Front and Home Front.

His articles and reviews have appeared in such scholarly journals as History Teaching Review Yearbook, Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism, The Independent Review, Central European History, Journal of Libertarian Studies, Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, American Historical Review, and History: Reviews of New Books.

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"These Deeply Momentous Things": United States Intervention into World War I

World History

Blog01/09/2017

With 2017 now upon us, we are moving toward the hundredth anniversary of direct American intervention into the Great War in April 1917.

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The First Day of the Somme

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog07/01/2016

The Sacrifice of July 1, 1916. The first day of the Battle of the Somme was a human disaster.

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When Soviet Totalitarians Became American Allies

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog06/22/2016

June 22, 1941 marks the day that friends of Stalin in the West were finally able to portray their hero as an anti-Nazi hero for the world.

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1916: The Breaking Point

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog06/12/2016

A hundred years ago, the crisis of the war was forging a new world organized around war itself.

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Stalemate, Crisis, and the Triumph of the Modern State

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

11/24/2014Audio/Video
One hundred years ago, the combatants of World War One fought themselves to a standstill. The warring regimes then used the opportunity to clamp down on internal dissent and a host of other liberties, writes T. Hunt Tooley. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Robert Hale.

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