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Transcript: https://otter.ai/u/QDqWsQOh01wdMW-2T80h8jYl4mU For this special military history episode, we speak with David Silbey, Jay Lockenour, and Edward Westermann. David Silbey is the series editor for our book series Battlegrounds: Cornell Studies in Military History: https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/series/battlegrounds-cornell-studies-in-military-history/ David is the Associate Director of the Cornell in Washington program and Adjunct Associate Professor at Cornell University. He specializes in the industrialized total wars of the 20th century and the asymmetric responses to those wars that evolved after 1945. Jay Lockenour is Associate Professor of History at Temple University and author of the new book Dragonslayer: The Legend of Erich Ludendorff in the Weimar Republic and Third Reich. He is also the author of Soldiers as Citizens and former host of the New Books in Military History podcast. Edward B. Westermann is Professor of History at Texas A&M University—San Antonio, and author of the new book Drunk on Genocide: Alcohol and Mass Murder in Nazi Germany. He is a Commissioner on the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission, and also the author of Hitler's Ostkrieg and the Indian Wars.