Letters back home: A soldier's perspective on World War I

World War I traumatized many of the soldiers that participated in the war. It had a lasting effect on the political, economic, social, and cultural lives of Americans during the 1920's. By reading letters that one soldier wrote to his family back home. Students can gain insight into the reasons why the "Great War" had such a profound impact on the United States in yethe ars following the war.

Author
George Gray Jr.
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LearnNC
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2 days
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