Jeong Question 6 - HIS 204 Three factors that drew the...

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HIS 204 Three factors that drew the United States into World War I United States joined the World War I on 6th April 1917, this was because of the American view that Isolation was the best way for America to succeed therefore they took the view that the war was a European problem and did not need American intervention, also since America was a multi-national party if the American Government took sides with the Allies many people would be unhappy but eventually America was drawn into the war. There are three factors that drew the American into World War I. The first reason for the Americans to join the war was that Unrestricted U boat warfare. The Germans did this by the use of the submarine or U boat, to sink ships crossing the Atlantic with grain from Canada and the USA, beef from Argentina and lamb from Australia and New Zealand and they had already decided to unleash their submarines against all vessels headed for Allied ports this means included any ship in the war zone would be attacked without warning. As a
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2009 for the course HIST 104A taught by Professor Hanson during the Spring '08 term at Binghamton University.

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Jeong Question 6 - HIS 204 Three factors that drew the...

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