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    While the duration of World War I several nations around the globe were immensely affected. The United States of America was one country whose actions toward this brutal war were influenced by their commander in chief. President Woodrow Wilson. He was the 28th president of the United States, who was able to lead and direct our beloved democracy to success. Woodrow Wilson was first nominated for presidency in 1912 at the Democratic Convention. Wilson fulfilled his duties as a leader throughout the course of his two terms, which lasted between 1913 and 1921. He transported millions of soldiers abroad to Europe in order to face and defeat the Central Powers, which included Germany, the Ottoman Empire, and Auton- Hungarian Empire, with the allied…

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    The United States’ decision to enter World War I was initially met with negative public opinion. The sheer diversity of the U.S. population made it impossible to support the effort. President Woodrow Wilson, who also wanted to be “neutral in fact as well as in name”, originally hoped to influence the postwar arrangements between the belligerents. However, he was compelled by German attacks on American people and the country’s integrity, leading him to ask Congress for a declaration of war…

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    Events of World War I “Serb Student Assassinates Archduke and His Dutchess” read the headline of the Washington Times on June 28, 1914 (“Serb Student”). The assassination of the archduke was one of countless events of World War I that resulted in enormous effects. During the time of World War I, militarism, gas warfare, and the Zimmermann Telegram also showed to affect the world. Competition between the Central Powers and the Allies proved to be the main cause of these events and the effects of…

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    Submarine Warfare Dbq

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    April 1917, the United States had the right to enter World War 1 on the side of England, France, and Russia. The reason why the United States had the right to enter is because Germany had already declared war on us and the people of the United States, the Zimmerman Note that Britain intercepted and gave to Wilson which stated an alliance with Mexico, and if we didn’t go to war, England, France, and Russia would have lost the war which would be bad for us if we stayed neutral. Germany used…

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    Why Did World War 1 Start

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    World War I First, there were a few reasons as to why the first world war started. There seemed to be many disputes between the heads of Germany, Russia, and Britain, who were all very close cousins. If their relationships wavered, so did their countries, which most likely happened. Also, the death of the archduke of Austria-Hungary pressed Europeans to war, according to The Week, ¨The simplest answer is that the immediate cause was the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, the archduke of…

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    Often known as “The Great War,” and clocking in with over 37 million military and civilian casualties, World War I is among the deadliest recorded conflicts in human history. When also taking into account the thirty plus countries involved and over 65 million combatants, this war is also one of the largest in recorded human history. New military tactics and technology such as trenches, machine guns, and mustard gas were only a few of the huge factors that caused the amount of blood shed during…

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    Arthur Zimmermann was one of the few powerful men working under the German Empire during World War I. As State Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Germany, he had a significant impact on the war. He was best known as the author of the infamous ‘Zimmerman Telegram’ that changed many events that were forthcoming. He proposed that Mexico create an alliance with Germany against the United States. Arthur Zimmermann impacted World War I as an entirety by creating an influential reason that would lead the…

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    Ww1 Armistice

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    I agree with the historians that World War I did not end on November 11th, 1918. World war I was a war that ravaged the lives of many civilians, military personel, and countries as a whole. A war fought by industrial developed nations with new technology and new ways to cause harm upon mankind and its enemys. This war brought about massive causualties and conflicts never seen before on planet earth. When an opportunity presented itself to stop confluct, the opportunity with some interests was…

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    When Woodrow Wilson attended the Pairs Peace Conference, he had a ridiculously large amount of public support. Many Americans believed that Wilson’s fourteen points would make World War I the war to end all wars, but as a result was the reason for Germany to enter World War II. Wilson originally wanted all fourteen points apart of the Treaty of Versailles. Wilson initially had the intentions of a new world order, allowing freedom of international waters, freedom of international trade,…

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    GREAT WAR “The war is going to be won by inventions.” -British Admirable Jacky Fisher, 1915 Technology influenced the course and outcome of the Great War to a significant extent. It can be defined as machinery and devices developed from scientific knowledge. Technologies used in the war included artillery, toxic gases, tanks, aeroplanes, ships and submarines. Effective artillery was an obvious prerequisite for both sides’ military before the war commenced. A vast range of firearms were used…

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