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The 78th was in three major campaigns during World War I- Meuse-Argonne, St. End of the War An illustrated worksheet explaining how the allies won World War One. This would include Russia, which would promptly attack the United States back. Pershing, the American Expeditionary Forces experienced both the horrors of trench warfare and the difficulties of conducting a war of movement during the sweeping attacks that slowly pushed the Germans back toward their own border in 1918.

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Publisher: Dene House Publishing (March 2, 2009)

ISBN: 0956182003

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