VPI in World War I (https://vpiworldwarone.lib.vt.edu/exhibits/show/stories) is a digital history project chronicling the participation of Virginia Tech students and alumni in combat in World War 1. Your mission is: Pick one of these Tech students who served in World War 1 (if you click on the link above, on the right side of the screen, you will see the names of 3 American offensives––Aisne-Marne, St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne, and Life After the War. Each of those links shows you a list of World War 1 veterans from Tech about whom a good deal of information is known.)Using the details provided on his webpage, write a three paragraph ‘newspaper article’ reporting on his military service and experiences in France. Your audience is other undergraduates at Virginia Tech, who may not understand the progress of the war and its stakes for America (it didn’t feel like an ‘American affair’ until we declared war in 1917, remember). You should supplement information you pull from the website with what you’ve learned from the textbook and lecture (and citing your sources any time you use this information).Your article will be graded based on precision of details, and how well you use what you’ve learned from class to explain aspects of World War 1 (effects of a gas attack, for instance) to a general audience.