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        The Great War: The Challenges of Making Peace

        Students examine how World War I affected the United States, France, Great Britain, and Germany and why it was such a challenge for Woodrow Wilson to orchestrate a just peace. In this interactive lesson, students watch videos from AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: The Great War, read primary source documents and video transcripts, and analyze data to better understand how and why the U.S. and European leaders differed in their goals for a postwar peace treaty. This resource is a part of the The Great War: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE | Collection.

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