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America at War

World War I through the Tabloids

Edited by Vincent Rospond

The first world war as seen in the US through gazettes and newspapers. At home and abroad. New and not usually found pictures and illustrations.

Containing more than two-hundred and fifty photos and drawings, this volume examines the early months of the US entry into the first world war, what was shown and how it was shown – in the US and the allies around the world.  Many of these photos have not seen the light of day for many decades.  Each section is accompanied by a description and background to place the photos in context.