California Goes to War: World War I and the Golden State – An Online California State Archives Exhibit

The following teaser is from the sierrasuntimes website.

April 30, 2017 – SACRAMENTO – April marks 100 years since the United States entered World War I, and the California State Archives has released its latest digital exhibit, “California Goes to War: World War I and the Golden State”…

This exhibit presents an overview of the U.S. entry into World War I, the actions taken by California to prepare for war, and instances of support and opposition to the conflict. The actual war in Europe is then viewed through the experiences of a young Californian, Stanley Cundiff, who served in the 322 Field Signal Battalion of the American Expeditionary Forces and the Army of Occupation. The exhibit follows Cundiff from enlistment, to the theater of war in France, occupation in Germany, and finally, back home to the United States…

Click here to view the “California Goes to War” exhibit.

Read the full article.

The online exhibit is courtesy of the California State Archives’ exhibits, available through Google Cultural Institute.

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