America's Great War: World War I and the American Experience (Critical Issues in American History)
By: Robert H. Zieger (author)Hardback
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Much has been written on World War I, but few books focus solely on America's involvement in the war as successfully as Robert H. Zieger. In America's Great War, Zieger concentrates his attention on five broad themes that affected Americans: Woodrow Wilson's role in shaping world order; America's familial connection to Europe; the complicated relationship between the wartime experience and the Progressive Era; race; and the emergence of the National Security State.
Robert H. Zieger is professor of history at the University of Florida.
Chapter 1 Chronology Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 A World at War, 1914-15 Chapter 4 War, Peace, War Chapter 5 Mobilizing for War Chapter 6 Over There Chapter 7 Class, Race, Gender Chapter 8 Making the Peace Chapter 9 Postwar America Chapter 10 Questions for Americans
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