1917 (Part 4 of A Tale of Two Nations: Canada, U.S. and World War I)

1917 (Part 4 of A Tale of Two Nations: Canada, U.S. and World War I)

Like two years earlier, 1917 is a chaotic spring.

“There still are a lot of people who think a man becomes a soldier the moment he gets into uniform and puts a gun on his shoulder. This is nonsense, even if the man happens to be an American.”

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Like two years earlier, 1917 is a chaotic spring.

Canadian troops easily take their objective at the Battle of Vimy Ridge.  The battle would later be called Canada’s coming-of-age.  While newspapers at the time do not use this term, there is a definite sense that something important has occurred.

U.S. President Woodrow Wilson ran for re-election on the pledge that he kept the U.S. out the war.  However, as submarine warfare increases, Wilson decides now is the time to enter the conflict.

Part four in the A Tale of Two Nations: Canada, U.S. and WW1 series.  The series explores journalism history by examining how newspapers reported on the war, painting a picture of the war as our ancestors knew it.

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Series: A Tale of Two Nations, Book 4
Genre: Nonfiction
Tags: 4th in a Series, American History, Canadian History, History, WW1
Publisher: Sun Up Press
Publication Year: 2018
Format: eBook
Length: section of complete edition
ASIN: B07CLKDKVB
eBook Price: .99
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