Reasons for the US to Enter WWI

Reasons for the US to Enter WWI

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  • Sinking of the Lusitania Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
  • We, as Germans, have the right to attack any ship approaching our enemies!
  • The Sussex Pledge
  • We will cease from attacking your vessels by surprise.
  • Zimmermann Note US Enters World War I
  • The United States has no choice but to enter the War.
  • When Germans sank the Lusitania with innocent American citizens, President Wilson was still inclined to remain neutral. However, unrestricted submarine warfare provoked the US even more to enter WWI.
  • Germany promised to stop its surprise attacks on merchant ships in order to prevent the US from entering the war.
  • After hearing of the Zimmermann Note, a telegram exchanged between German officials, President Wilson saw no choice but to enter World War I.
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