World War I: The Human Experience

World War I: The Human Experience

Author: Mario Rendón

Learn of the Human Experience during World War I

The soldiers left their families and friends for years. Some lost their lifes.

Women took charge of most men's jobs of the epoque.

Even the Children's days were longer!

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