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CheckPoint World War I CheckPoint World War I Week Six HIS/125 The reason why a lot of Americans were against of entering World War I is because they were afraid it was going to be brought to American soil and they did not want that and they did not think it was their battle to be fighting.
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The factors that influenced Americans to join the war was the threat to Americans lives by the increase of the German U-Boat activity, American’s business interest in the Allied nations, and they believed Kaiser’s dictatorship oppressed the German People. Three factors that led United States from neutrality into World War I: 1. Sinking of the Lusitania: helped persuade Americans to join the war. 2. Zimmerman Note: was a coded message sent from German Foreign Minister to Germany's ambassador in Mexico. 3. Unrestricted submarine warfare: Germans decided to use them because the war was not going good for them. Even though they were several issues for World War One, in 1914 United States policies
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