The Great War – Right Is More Precious Than Peace (16 of 26)

Right Is More Precious Than Peace

The US enters the war. US foreign policy in the early 20th century. Non-interventionism at war’s start, swings of public opinion, industrial production favoring the Allies. Wilson’s re-election and the declaration of war on Germany, prompted by the Zimmermann Telegram and unrestricted submarine warfare. Preparations for war, conscription, General Pershing’s arrival in Europe.

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