President Wilson and King George V of England, outside of Buckingham Palace on December 28, 1918. Despite President Wilson’s campaign pledge to keep the United States neutral and out of World War I, he asked Congress for a declaration of war in April 1917. Shortly after, American troops were sent to Europe and joined the Allied ranks.
Woodrow Wilson & King George V of England
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