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World War I 1 World War I Jason Van Sickle Axia College His/125
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World War I 2 World War I Factors for America There were several factors that led America into World War I. Many of the factors that led America into the war were in part of our allies. There are also several due to the Central Powers. Below is a small list: Submarines used by Germany Economic ties to Great Britain and France Bonds of language, culture, and history with Great Britain Many Americans were against entering World War I because of the amount of immigrants we held. With America being the place where the most immigrants fled to it was difficult to join a war against many of their homelands. For instance, it was difficult for the Germans to fight against Germany; that would mean that they may have to shoot at some of their family members. At the same time it was difficult for America to stay out of the war when many of its allies were involved. Great Britain and America had many things in common such as: the same type of
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