America’s Experience in the First World War
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Instructed by President Woodrow Wilson to stay out of the World War in “thought and act,” many Americans nevertheless volunteered their food, money, time, and lives to help the Allied cause and save Western civilization. In 1917, in the wake of continued unrestricted submarine warfare by Imperial Germany, the United States fought as a New World Associate of the Old World–French, British, and Italian aristocracies– toward its objective of a universal “peace without victory.” Join us inView more
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