“Viva l’America!”: The 332d Infantry on the Italian Front

By Matthew J. Seelinger, Chief Historian For the Allied Powers, battered and exhausted after nearly three years of bloody, indecisive, trench warfare, the American entry into World War I in April 1917 represented a glimmer of hope in their struggle against Germany and her allies. Within a year, American troops poured into Europe to shore …

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