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Graydon  Tunstall

Graydon Tunstall

Graydon Tunstall
Executive Director of Phi Alpha Theta


Office: SOC 239
Phone: 813/974-6249
Fax: 813/974-6228



Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 1974


The Austro-Hungarian Army in World War I (forthcoming, Cambridge University Press, 2013)

Specialty Area

Modern Europe, Central Europe and the Balkans

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
94375HIS 3930910World War l on Film
course description

PED 105
80388HIS 6908003Independent Study
S-U Only Instructor's Permission Req

94748HIS 6925910World War I on Film

PED 105

Recent Publications

The Verdun of the East. Fortress Przemysl in World War I. (Indiana University Press, 2011)

World War I and its Effects upon World History (IL, Harlan-Davidson Publishers, Inc., 2011)

Blood on the Snow: The Carpathian Winter War 1915 (KS, University Press of Kansas, 2010)
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Planning for War Against Russia and Serbia: Austro-Hungarian and German Military Strategies, 1871-1914 (NY: Columbia University Press, 1993)

“The Collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Army in 1918,” in Essays on World War I (Columbia University Press, 2011)

“Traitors or Scapegoats? The Desertion of Czech Soldiers in World War I,” in Essays on World War I (Columbia University Press, 2011)

“The Young Turks on the Eve of the World War,” Essays on World War I (Columbia University Press, 2011)