The events of the twentieth century were undoubtedly some of the most significant in human history. Exponentially increasing levels of military technology combined with antiquated methods of peacekeeping and archaic systems of government in Europe meant that by the middle of the century the world would see international conflict on an unprecedented scale. This paper aims to examine the role of United States in these events and to question, with the benefit of hindsight, whether the path taken by the Wilson administration was the most prudent.
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"The United States in the Great War and the Alternate History of the Twentieth Century,"
Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History: Vol. 9
, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/aujh/vol9/iss1/10