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In World War I, one out of every five soldiers in the U.S. Armed Forces was an immigrant. For some it was a path to citizenship. For the nation it proved pivotal to a more inclusive definition of “American.” In 6 minutes or less, find out more about how military service helped pave a path to citizenship for many immigrants.

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