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When America entered World War I on April 6, 1917, little did the German-Americans know about what they would have to endure until the end of the war.
Since America entered on the side of the Allies, German-Americans were looked at not as Americans, but solely as Germans, the enemy the enemy that they were fighting against.
German- Americans and people who questioned the war in any way were punished and humiliated.
New laws were put in place eliminating ones' First Amendment rights
...Good! And arrest anyone who disobeys them!
People were being arrested for harmless and little things like speaking in German.
Germans will not be served.
German culture and German-Americans had a rough time during World War I.
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