3 edition of United States Army in World War 1 (2001) (The United Sates Army Center of Military History) found in the catalog.
United States Army in World War 1 (2001) (The United Sates Army Center of Military History)
by Defense Dept., Army
Written in English
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When the USA entered World War I in April her Regular Army counted justmen and lacked all the necessary equipment and training for modern trench warfare. By the Armistice of NovemberGeneral John ng's American Expeditionary Force in France had more than 2 million men and was holding 25 per cent of the Western Front.
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The United States declared war on Germany on April 6,nearly three years after World War I started. A ceasefire and Armistice was declared on Novem Before entering the war, the U.S. had remained neutral, though it had been an important supplier to the United Kingdom, France, and the other Allied powers.
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