Reasons the US Entered WWI?


The US entered WWI a result of the sinking of the British Passenger ship Lusitania, where a number of US citizens died. In addition, after submarines sank seven U.S. merchant ships and the publication of the Zimmerman Telegram, Wilson called for war on Germany, which the U.S. Congress declared on 6 April 1917. Economically, the U.S. had huge economic investments with the British and French and if these two countries were to lose the, then they would not be able to pay the debt back.
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Our allies were getting clobbered, German subs along the US eastern seaboard and the sinking of the Lusitania. These are a few reasons.
The U.S. entered the WWI because of many reasons. First, the Germans blew a British ship called Lusitania and killed 128 Americans. Second, they claimed that the ship was sailing
The US entered World War 1 in 1917.
Historians have argued about this for a long while. Particularly since the Zimmermann and the Lusitania have both long since been exposed as orchestrated events. Until a few months
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