Graduate Review


The Era of the Great War was a turning point in the sentiments of many Americans who were left on the home front while the military went off to war on the Continent. At home, anti- German sentiment crept into numerous urban populations, and often resulted in dire consequences including public trials and even loss of life. This paper examines the growth of Anti-German sentiment in the Tampa Bay Area by utilizing primary newspaper articles throughout the period leading up to and including WWI.



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