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caused a public outrage in the U.S. and prompted Wilson to send a strongly
At 8:30 on the evening of April 2, 1917, President Wilson appeared before a joint
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British finally forwarded the intercepted telegram to President Wilson on February
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ally with Germany in the event that the United States entered the war against
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April 2, 1917, Wilson requested that Congress declare war on Germany, stating ...
citizens from speaking out against the federal government or its political
As war raged in Europe, President Woodrow Wilson argued that the United ...
Although Wilson immediately protested this illegal act, he did not act against
Great Britain. ... With Allied pressure mounting, the German government finally
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The United States reluctantly entered World War I after German submarines
violated American neutrality. After the war ended, President Wilson supported the
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favored the Allied cause. .... April 2, 1917, to ask for a declaration of war against.