Rebecca Matzke featured in new documentary film

Rebecca Matzke, professor of history and dean for faculty development, will be featured in a Wisconsin National Guard documentary that premieres May 14. “Dawn of the Red Arrow” is about the beginnings of the 32nd Red Arrow Division in Wisconsin during World War I. Matzke is one of the historians interviewed in the film.

Matzke is featured in the trailer for the film, which can be viewed here.

The film will be premiered publicly at 7 p.m. May 14 in Milwaukee as part of Milwaukee Armed Forces Week. The week’s events are detailed here.


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