World War I. Lsn 19. ID & SIG:. AEF, auftragstaktik, Fourteen Points, isolationism, Meuse-Argonne, Nivelle, Petain, Pershing, Russian Revolution, Treaty of Versailles, unrestricted submarine warfare, York, Ypres (Third Battle). Breaking the Stalemate: American Entry.
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Between Feb 14 and Sept 18, 1915, the Germans practiced “unrestricted submarine warfare.” Any Allied ship in the seas around the British Isles would be sunk without warning.
1921 poster declares,
“Long live the Communist Councils!”
1919 Bolshevik poster showing the three White generals as vicious dogs under the control of the US, France, and Britain.
John Pershing, commander of the American Expeditionary Force
Rather than launching costly attacks, Petain said, “I am waiting for the tanks and the Americans.”
Passchendaele before and after the battle (showing the level of destruction)
World War I draftees from Nebraska
Georges Clemenceau (France), Lloyd George (Britain), and Woodrow Wilson (US) at Versailles