Why Did The Us Enter Ww1
Two years after, the president decides to send out Americans to help out Italy. The Germans attacked an Italian ship and killed twenty-seven Americans. The Germans ended up using submarine warfare to ambush many of the allied and neutral ships when they would arrive at the war zone areas. The Germans were using submarines to sink many U.S. ships, those attacks had caused many losses …show more content…
Each ship carried Americans on them, so when any ship was it each of those passengers was killed or injured. The submarines were hitting U.S. merchants and traveling ships. The Germans also sunk the cargo ship Housatonic. The Germans sunk six cargo ships with no warning. In the telegram the British decoded; there was an indirect threat saying the Germans were going to attack the United States. The U.S. took that as a warning and were wanting to declare war on the Germans.
Many Americans were against getting involved in the war because the U.S. considered it as European problems. The problem that Europeans were having had nothing to do with the U.S. There are many reasons that Americans did not want to join the war. The President’s motive for not entering the war was amongst England, France, and Germany. The people who were against joining the war were the Pacifists, Intellectuals, and the Isolationists. There were also many other anti-war groups. The Americans wanted to remain unbiased because they wanted to be