The majority of people in the US know very little about The Great War. It is the forgotten war because it was overshadowed by WWII. Although the US lost thousands of soldiers, it couldn't compare to the millions that perished from the original allied forces in Europe.
How could the US promote a greater understanding of the significance and meaning of the WWI centennial?
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