World War One

Kaiser Wilhelm Wundt

Wundt was the Commander in Chief for the German armed forces and supported the Central forces. He supported the major production and training of the German armed forces. Following the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, Wundt and other German leaders encouraged Austria-Hungary to attack Serbia.

Woodrow Wilson

Wilson was the United States president during the time of the war. He made excellent decisions for the United States, including the creation of the Food Administration, and the relief he provided the allied forces with. Another contribution includes Wilson as well as Congress passing the Selected Services Act requiring the men to register to possibly be chosen for service in the Army.

"Peace, World Finally Over"

"US at War, Supporting the Allies"

"Germans Resume Attack"