The USA in WW1

By the early 20th century, the USA was still a relatively young nation. It was steadily progressing but was still a long way off the powerhouse status which it had earned during and after WW2.

When the First World War broke out, there was little to no interest in events in Europe from the USA, other than…

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I am a journalist with an honours degree from Coventry University. I’m a published author and journalist with several years experience

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Patrick Hollis

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I am a journalist with an honours degree from Coventry University. I’m a published author and journalist with several years experience

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