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Sinking of the Sussex (March 24, 1916): The sinking of the Sussex was another part of the Germans unrestricted submarine warfare which angered the people even more than what they were from the Lusitania
Sussex pledge (May 4, 1916): The Sussex pledge was a promise made by the Germans to the United States that they would quit the unrestricted submarine warfare and in return the U.S. would stay out of WWI
The Zimmerman note (January 19, 1917):
German resumes unrestricted submarine warfare (February 1, 1917): At this time, Germany resumed its unrestricted submarine warfare forcing the U.S. to join WWI
By: Derrick Sutton
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