Oct 9th - WWI-otlne - Invasion and occupation of Belgium...

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The US and World War I World War 1:  1914-1918 Central Powers Allied Powers US involvement in WWI:  “…feared before it started, popular while it lasted,  hated when it ended.” Early neutrality No interest in a foreign war Divided loyalties Wilson’s neutrality policy Peace or preparedness debate Sales and loans to both sides Peace or Preparedness? Rising Anti-German Sentiment:
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Unformatted text preview: Invasion and occupation of Belgium Sinking of Lusitania, 1915 Unrestricted German U-boat warfare resumes, 1917 Zimmerman Telegram, 1917 Suppression of Dissent at Home Espionage Act, 1917; Sedition Amendment, 1918 Post-War Red Scare and 100% Americanism Wilsons 14 Points Treaty of Versailles, 1919...
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2010 for the course HIS 315L taught by Professor Victoriaallison during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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