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Updated: 2/5/2020
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  • Divided loyalties Socialists criticized the war as a capitalist and imperialist struggle btw Germany for control markets and colonies of Africa, Pacifists, Middle East.
  • American were neutral. America's economy with the Allies were far stronger. American trade with Britain and France. the trade was submarines, copper wire, cannon powder, tubing and armored cars. The U.S shipped millions of dollars of war supplies to the Allies.
  • really glad to work with you (Britain and France)
  • sir, the British have created a blockade to prevent us form getting supplies!
  • Britain began to make more use of its naval strength. Also, extended the blockade to neutral ports and mined the entire North Sea. Soon, American ships carrying goods for Germany refused to challenge the blockade. 750,000 Germany people die as a result of British blockade. Americans was angry to British's blockade, threatened freedom of the travel and prevented American goods. 
  • dang! I guess well just have to create factories so we can still produce money
  • America dislike what Germans do. they say "No more Submarine and passangers are inside the ships. Despite Germany''s explanation, Americans became angry with Germany because of the loos of life. American turned against Germany and Central Powers.
  • Stupids Americans. we are not going to stop. we are powerful. never gave up Germans!!!
  • OK
  • Stop! hitting the boats!
  • the British ocean liner Lusitania is sank without warning by German near off the south coast of Ireland. The vessel sank into the Celtic Sea. Overall, 1,959 passangers, 1,198 people were drowned including 128 Americans.
  • HEeeeellllp!
  • we are here!!
  • a telegram or a secret diplomatic communication from the German Foreign Office in 1917 that proposed a military alliance between Germany and Mexico. secret from America.
  • President Wilson! We have just received notice that the British have intercepted a secret not sent to Mexico.
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