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For Juniata College, located in the small town of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, World War I was the first major conflict the school endured. While clearly defined as a secular institution, Juniata College was heavily intertwined with the Brethren faith, a traditional proponent for peace. These pacifistic values would be challenged by a society already biased towards the United Kingdom and her allies. Through the monthly college paper, The Juniata Echo, the thoughts and feelings of the campus community can be traced from the outbreak of war in Europe in August, 1914 to the entrance of the United States in April 1917. It is a viewpoint that did not fit the narrative of fighting German aggression; instead it was in line with views of Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan.


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Jacob Gordon. I Heard the Echo: Juniata College and Preparing for the First World War. Juniata College. 2017. https://juniata.hykucommons.org/concern/generic_works/1431154a-a45e-4a32-adb7-119af457bce6?locale=it

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Jacob Gordon. (2017). I Heard the Echo: Juniata College and Preparing for the First World War. https://juniata.hykucommons.org/concern/generic_works/1431154a-a45e-4a32-adb7-119af457bce6?locale=it

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Jacob Gordon. I Heard the Echo: Juniata College and Preparing for the First World War. Juniata College. 2017. https://juniata.hykucommons.org/concern/generic_works/1431154a-a45e-4a32-adb7-119af457bce6?locale=it

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