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There once was a man named Woodrow Wilson. Woodrow Wilson was the president of the U.S. during WW1. During the beginning of the world's uprising, Wilson believed strongly in isolationism. As war progressed Woodrow had no choice but to propose war to congress. Only 6/50 congressmen opposed to joining the war.
101 Reasons America needs to join the war.
stop attacking innocent submarines, Germany!!!
Wilson was pushed to the limit when Germany continued abusing their use of U-boats and attacked innocent American ships that crossed their paths. German U-boats destroyed over 90 submarines.
Germany continued attacking innocent merchant boats and eventually attacked a British passenger boat called the Lusitania, killing almost 1200 people. Woodrow Wilson continued his plan of staying neutral, but was being pushed towards the decision to join war if theses hostile acts continued to be inflicted on Americans.
Hey Germany, it's me, Woodrow Willson. I just think its really uncool that you're just continuing to attack unarmed boats. So I'm going to offer this Sussex Ultimatum. Basically if you don't chill the heck out then you and I will no longer have any diplomatic relationships. Sincerely, Woodrow Willson.
Not only did Woodrow Wilson need to convince Congress of the necessity of war, but American citizens needed to be persuaded. William Taft led a committee of people called the Creel committee or committee of Public Information to inform Americans of the advantages and necessity of American involvement in WW1.
Lets join the war America!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Woodrow Wilson not only had to deal with foreign affairs, but also the ones in his home states. In the U.S. The Food Administration was put in full forced, led by Herbert Hoover, to ensure quality of the nations food supply.
Such a bummer they closed my shop because they found out i was selling cat!!
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