WORLD WAR I


WORLD WAR I





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This section details certain events as the war in Europe progressed and the response of the United States to these events.  It proceeds to describe the United States's entry into the war and the mobilization of civilian and military forces by the government.  It ends with Wilson's trip to Paris in 1919 to negotaiate the treaty ending the war, and his subsquent battle with the United States Senate over ratification of that treaty.


Battles of World War I

European Origins of WWI

1914

The United States as Neutrals**

The Bolshevik Revolution

The United States as Belligerents**

The American Home Front**

The Paris Peace Conference**

This page last updated September 26, 2005

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