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Jonathan Reed Winkler is a historian of U.S. diplomatic, military and naval history and international affairs in the modern era. He is the author of Nexus: Strategic Communications and American Security in World War I (Harvard, 2008), winner of the Paul Birdsall Prize of the American Historical Association. His current research project is an analysis of how the United States government coordinated commercial and military communications networks to meet transforming strategic interests across the entire twentieth century. A native of Ohio, Winkler is a graduate of Ohio University’s Honors Tutorial College and Yale University.
Winkler, Jonathan Reed, "Plexus: American Security and International Communications, 1920 to 1945" (2016). CoLA Research Conference. 4.
Plexus: American Security and International Communications, 1920 to 1945