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  • American Red Cross Poster from World War I showing wool and knitting needles and the slogan Our Boys Need Sox, Knit Your Bit

    100 Years Ago: U.S. Enters World War I

    April 6, 1917: The U.S. declared war on Germany, officially entering World War I. To commemorate this event, Wallace Library and Professor Anni Cecil's Military History class put together an exhibition.