Synopsis by Kathleen Wildasin
The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century: Mutiny is volume five in the eight-part educational and historical documentary series from PBS. This 60-minute episode examines the psychological ramifications of WWI on both soldiers and civilians. An in-depth discussion of coping mechanisms, as well as methods used by soldiers and civilians to defy authority are presented. A Deluxe Teaching Edition of the documentary series that includes a comprehensive teacher's guide, resource package, and printed index is available.
world-war, battle [war], warfare, political-upheaval, social-change, retrospective