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June, Assassination of the Archduke
August 3 rd, 1914 Germany invades Belgium
August 4 th, 1914-Britain Blockades Germany, Stopping ALL shipments, Including Food
Feburary 4 th, 1915Germany declares a (U-boat) submarine blockade of Britain
4/22/15 Germany Warns Americans: avoid Ships Carrying Weapons to England
June, 1915 William Jennings Bryan Resigns as Secretary of State, Predicting Wilsons Policies Will Lead us into War.
May 7 th, 1915 The Lusitania (Carrying Weapons) sunk by a U-boat. 128 US Civilians killed
Wilson protests this violation of the United States' neutral rights
8/ Germany Sinks the Arabic, a British Ship, Killing 40 Civilians
8/30/1915 Arabic Pledge: Wilson Threatens War--Germany Promises Stop Sinking Ships Without Warning
3/24/ Germans Break Arabic Pledge and Sinks the Sussex
5/4/1916 Germany Makes the Sussex Pledge -Promising to Stop Sinking Ships Without Warning
Summer/Fall 1916: Wilson Wins Reelection Campaigning on the SloganHe Kept Us Out of War!
2/ Germany Resumes Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
2/24/1917 Zimmerman Telegram Shown to Wilson-Germany Offers Alliance with Mexico, Promises To Return Land US Stole
4/6/1917US Declares War on Germany
WW I: An American Perspective First reaction to the outbreak of war in Europe was one of shocked surprise and withdrawal.
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Activator Individual: Read excerpts from Document A, President Wilson's Declaration of Neutrality (August 19, 1914). Pairs, T&T: Discuss and record.
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US Involvement in WWI IB 20 th Century Topics. Why did it take so long for America to get involved in the war? America was isolationist. –“Why should.
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U.S. Involvement in WWI. Anti-War U.S. under Woodrow Wilson – neutral Americans strongly anti-war.
Realism v Idealism Realism – a foreign-policy perspective where a country pursues relations with other countries only out of self interest Idealism – A.
World War I Zack Davis World History 1° 5/12/3. Entry Into War On June 28, 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, both of Austria- Hungary, were.
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World War I Key turning points for WW I… June, Archduke Ferdinand is assassinated August, 1914 – World War I starts March, 1917 – The.
What relationship did Germany have with the U.S. during WWI? Explain.
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America enters World War I Ch 6.1. Friday, March 9, 2012 Daily goal: Understand how Wilson’s Moral Diplomacy differed from TR and Taft’s. Understand how.
World War I Outcome: Events Prior to U.S. Entry. Events Prior to U.s. entry 1. U.S. Position: Neutrality a.President Wilson encouraged neutrality in “
EQ: Why did the US join the war effort?. War starts in 1914 US declares it will remain neutral The US won’t join until 1917 What happened in those three.
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