World War I, 1914-1918

World War I, 1914-1918 - World War I 1914-1918 Neutrality...

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World War I, 1914-1918 Neutrality Submarine Warfare- Lusitania & Sussex Cultural ties to Britain Public Opinion Viewed Germans as ruthless British war propaganda War Debate Preparedness vs. pacifism- National Defense Act increased the size of the standing army Election of 1916- “He kept us out of war” Decision for War Unrestricted Warfare Immediate causes- renewed submarine attacks, Zimmerman Telegram, Bolshevik Revolution Mobilization 1 st they could only send supplies War Industries Board- Bernard Baruch Food Administration, Fuel Administration, National War Labor Board, Committee of Public Information Civil Liberties Espionage Act of 1917- imprisonment for obstructing the draft or inciting rebellion Sedition Act of 1918- prohibited anyone from criticizing the govt. Armed Forces
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