Against the “Hun”: Anti-Germanism at the Seattle Public Schools and the University of Washington, 1917-1918
Branom, Robert T.
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In 1917-1918, during World War I, anti-German feelings swept the United States. Educational institutions were not immune. This paper describes in detail events at the University of Washington and the Seattle Public Schools to explicate how anti-Germanism operated at the institutional level, and its long-term effects.