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The Express Newspaper July 6, 2017

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Katherine Hutton WWI Heroine – by S. McBride

World War I began with the assassination of one small nation’s leader in April, 1914 which ignited a glut of regional hostilities, and like a spider snaring victims in a web, drew much of Europe into a war like none the world had ever seen before.

   The United States resisted involvement for several years, not wanting to get sucked into a primarily European war that had little meaning for the western hemisphere.  But on April 6, 1917, the United States declared war on Germany after a number of attacks on civilian ships and an attempt by Germany to draw Mexico into the war on their side.

Read the entire article in the July 9th edition.