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World War I History

1914 - In Berlin, Colonel Edward House met with Kaiser Wilhelm II. House documented in his diary that the discussion centered around the Anglo-Saxon race in Europe.

1916 - On the Western Front, German army troops launched an attack on British lines in the Ypres Salient. On June 7, the Germans captured Fort Vaux.



World War I Quote

"The world must be made safe for democracy."
- President Woodrow Wilson, April 2, 1917

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