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1914-1919: Shell Shock 

Not Rated | | Documentary | Episode aired 12 April 1999
Americans' innate isolationism delays entry into "The War that Will End All Wars." Despite the tragedy that eventually envelops an entire generation of young men, America emerges uniquely ... See full summary »

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Americans' innate isolationism delays entry into "The War that Will End All Wars." Despite the tragedy that eventually envelops an entire generation of young men, America emerges uniquely positioned to benefit from the global post war boom. Written by Havan IronOak

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