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What Are We Fighting for Over There? Perspectives on the Great War

is a unit in which students use primary documents to develop an understanding of the World War I era, including how the U.S. prepared for and participated in the war and how the war foreshadowed the role of the U.S. as a world power of the 20th century. (Library of Congress)

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Company 'I', 102 Inf., 2b Div., A.E.F.. c1919. Copyright deposit; Juan Casablanca; April 26, 1919; DLC/PP-1919:45950. Copyright claimant's address: Newport, R.I.

Company I, ca. 1919

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