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WWI: U.S. Involvement

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How did European powers interpret American contributions to the war effort, and why did they form this interpretation? Do you think the contributions made by America were underestimated in these interpretations? Why, or why not?

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Europeans easily viewed the United States as contributing very little of effective value. The reasons for this were numerous. One of the obvious reasons (to them, anyway) was the fact that the war languished continuously for three years, but when the U.S. ...

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The European view of the U.S.'s entry into and contribution to the Great War is explored in brief.

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