Ch 6: Overview of America in World War I

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If you need to study America's involvement in World War I for an upcoming history paper, assignment or exam, look no further than this online history chapter. The chapter comes with lessons, quizzes and supplemental studying resources that can be accessed any time that's convenient.

Overview of America in World War I - Chapter Summary

The United States didn't get involved in World War I immediately, but when it entered the war, its intervention had a significant impact. In this chapter, our expert history instructors explain the United States' initial position of neutrality, as well as the events that led to its eventual involvement. You'll see how the U.S. affected the war and how the war eventual came to an end. By the end of the chapter, you should be fully equipped to:

  • Describe the United States' official position and intervention in WWI
  • Explain how WWI changed after America became involved
  • Discuss the conclusion of WWI, the Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations

This chapter consists of short and entertaining video lessons. Watch these lessons online using your computer or mobile device, and print the lesson transcripts to follow along with the narrator. To reinforce your understanding of important historical dates, figures and events, be sure to take the lesson quizzes and chapter exam. These resources are accessible 24/7, and you can submit any questions you may have through our Ask the Expert feature.

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