World War I and World War II both began as localized wars. As the allies of the opposing combatants became involved in the wars, combat spread to distant parts of the world. Countries attacked each other’s colonies, attempted to gain territory for themselves, dedicated massive amounts of physical and human resources, and sometimes sought to kill entire populations. Lusitania This newspaper shows the headline and various articles about the sinking of the British passenger ship Lusitania during World War I.
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