The Zimmermann Telegram (or Zimmermann Note) was an internal diplomatic
communication issued from the German Foreign Office in January 1917 that ...
In January of 1917, British cryptographers deciphered a telegram from German
Foreign Minister Arthur Zimmermann to the German Minister to Mexico, von ...
May 21, 2014 ... Most historians agree that American involvement in World War I was inevitable by
early 1917, but the march to war was no doubt accelerated b.
Photograph of the coded Zimmermann telegram Between 1914 and the spring of
1917, the European nations engaged in a conflict that became known as World ...
The Zimmermann Telegram was a coded message sent in January 1917, as
WW1 was raging in Europe, from German Foreign Minister Arthur Zimmermann to
In January 1917, the British intercepted an important telegram from Germany to
Mexico. The contents of the Zimmermann Telegram ultimately brought the United
In Short: The Zimmermann Telegram was a note sent in 1917 from the German
Foreign Minister Zimmermann to his ambassador in Mexico, containing details of
Zimmermann Telegram, January 19, 1917. (National Archives) The fact that the
telegram before him bore Arthur Zimmermann's name made its contents that ...
Zimmermann sent the original coded message to Ambassador Johann von
Bernstorff on January 16, 1917. Receiving the telegram, he forwarded it on to ...
Zimmermann note, secret telegram sent on Jan. 16, 1917, by German foreign
secretary Arthur Zimmermann to Count Johann von Bernstorff, the German.