WASHINGTON — When World War I began in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed U.S. neutrality. Then in 1917, he sent U.S. troops to Europe. After the war, he worked to create a lasting peace, and in 1919, he won the Nobel Peace Prize.
This summer marks 100 years since the start of World War I, and those with an interest in America’s role in the Great War and its aftermath can learn more about Wilson’s life and legacy on a guided tour of the President Woodrow Wilson House in Washington, where he lived after leaving office.
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