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When it ended in 1918, World War I was dubbed as “the war to end all wars.” Turns out, it was far from that. As we mark the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into WWI, Dr. Benjamin Greene, assistant professor in the Bowling Green State University History Department, talks about America’s involvement in the war. He focuses on how the U.S., and the world, changed as a result.
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