How Total Was the Great War?

Germany, France, Great Britain, and the United States, 1914-1918

 

October 09-12, 1996
Conference at Münchenwiler
[Bulletin 20, Spring 1997, pp. 7-10]

Conveners: Roger Chickering, Georgetown University; Stig Förster, University of Bern

Participants: Richard Bessel, Open University; John Milton Cooper, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Wilhelm Deist, Freiburg im Breisgau; Wolfgang Uwe Eckart, University of Heidelberg; Michael Epkenhans, Stiftung President Friedrich Ebert Memorial, Heidelberg; Gerald D. Feldman, University of California at Berkeley; Niall Ferguson, Oxford University; Marc Frey, University of Bonn; Christian Geinitz, Frankfurt am Main; Elisabeth Glaser(-Schmidt), GHI; Keith Grieves, Kingston-upon-Thames; John Grigg, London; Holger H. Herwig, University of Calgary; Gerhard Hirschfeld, Stuttgart; John Horne, Trinity College, Dublin; Rudolf Jaun, Zurich; Detlef Junker, GHI; John F. V. Keiger, University of Salford; Fritz Klein, Academy of Sciences, Berlin; Gerd Krumeich, Freiburg im Breisgau; Hartmut Lehmann, Max Planck Institute for History, Göttingen; Gregory Martin, University of Bochum; Arthur Marwick, Open University; Wolfgang J. Mommsen, University of Düsseldorf; Rolf-Dieter Müller, Potsdam; Jörg Nagler, American Cultural Center, Kiel; Avner Offer, Oxford University; Hartmut Pogge von Strandmann, Oxford University; Jean H. Quataert, SUNY at Binghamton; Thomas Rohkrämer, University of Lancaster; Dennis E. Showalter, Colorado College; Hew Strachan, University of Glasgow; David Stevenson, London School of Economics; Martin van Creveld, Jerusalem; Martin Voigt, Institute for European History, Mainz; Russell F. Weigley, Temple University; Peter Wende, GHI London; Jay M. Winter, Cambridge University.