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Today in
World War I History

1917 - The U.S. Congress passed a $250 million arms-appropriations bill intended to ready the United States for war.

1917 - Sergeant Benito Mussolini was wounded by the accidental explosion of a mortar bomb on the Isonzo section of the Italian Front. Four other soldiers were killed.

World War I Quote

"We have stood apart, studiously neutral."
- President Woodrow Wilson, December 7, 1915

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