Randal Gaulke in the Press

In January 2020 Randal participated in a second Battles of the First World War Podcast with Mike Cunha.  Together with cross cultural trainer and author, Carol Kieffer, the three spent an hour discussing cultural differences between Americans and the French.  The goal is to help  American tourists understand these cultural differences so that they can have a more pleasant experience in France.  Readers can listen to the podcast at the link below:


In January 2019 Randal’s WW1 Centennial Reflection was written up by The United States World War One Centennial Commission.  A copy of that interview can be found below:


In November 2018 Randal had the opportunity of accompanying Voice of America Correspondent, Henry Ridgwell, along portions of the Meuse-Argonne front.  Henry produced the videos below as a result of that tour:




In September 2018 Battles of the First World War Podcast producer Mike Cunha featured Randal in “Episode #47:  Meuse-Argonne–An Interview with Randy Gaulke of Meuse-Argonne.com.”  Details can be found below:

Episode 47: Meuse Argonne – An Interview with Randy Gaulke of Meuse-Argonne.com

In 2017 Randal had the opportunity of participating as a guide and historian in the Filming of “A Golden Cross to Bear,” a five-episode documentary that follows the grandson of an infantry soldier from the Illinois National Guard’s 33rd Division as he retraces the footsteps of the division’s men.  It has aired on PBS stations in Illinois and neighboring states.  Details about the film can be found on the Facebook page below: