One hundred years ago this week, the United States declared war on Germany and officially entered World War I.
Two million American men would be shipped overseas to fight, and more than 100,000 would die. Back home, the U.S. was undergoing its own transformation: prohibition, women's suffrage, the Great Migration.
A new exhibit, "WWI America," opening Saturday, April 8, at the Minnesota History Center pays tribute to that turbulent time.
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