World War I remembered

TitleWorld War I remembered
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2017
Number of Pages196
PublisherEastern National
Abstract

"To most Americans, World War I is a distant memory, or completely forgotten. But the war was important to America and its people. Millions of men and women served in the military or volunteered at home. More than 116,000 never came home. During and after the war, the United States was thrust into a leading role on the world stage; this was the start of 'the American century'.... This volume of essays, written by eminent World War I scholars, is presented to provide a better understanding of this monumental period in our history." -- back cover.

URLhttps://lccn.loc.gov/2017275709