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The Yanks are Coming: The United States in the First World War (edition 1986)

by Albert Marrin (Author)

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Describes how American military forces helped the Allies turn the tide of World War I and how the United States mobilized industry, trained soldiers, and promoted the war to the people at home.
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Title:The Yanks are Coming: The United States in the First World War
Authors:Albert Marrin (Author)
Info:Atheneum (1986), Edition: F First Paperback Edition Used, 248 pages
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I've never been overly interested in the First World War, but I suppose that's only because I don't know much about it. Everyone kind of glosses over that war, and makes a big deal about the second one (not that that one's not important...)

Albert Marrin did a very good job getting me interested in this war. I found a lot of it fascinating, and the individual stories of the different war heroes were great. My list of favorite historical figures has grown exponentially.

Plus, the ending was great. ( )
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