The US in World War I

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President Woodrow Wilson delivers a declaration of
war to the joint session of Congress, in Washington,
April 2, 1917.

The US in World War I

It took a few years, but eventually the United States became involved in the great global conflict now known as World War I. The involvement of the U.S. in World War I solidified the U.S. as a key player on the worldwide stage.

The US in World War I

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  • World War I is also sometimes called “The War to End All Wars” and “The Great War.”
  • Because World War I was a worldwide conflict, the Web sites listed below contain as much information about world events as they do about the role of the United States in those events.

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