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1) they responded by sinking the Zimmerman ship. And that ship was the Germans.

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When World War 1 began, President Wilson wanted to United States to remain neutral.

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the sinking of the lusitania

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Q: What hastened the entry of the United states in to world war 1?
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To delay the United States' participation into World War 1, giving Germany better chances to win the conflict. The proposal was intercepted by British forces however, and relayed to the United States. It hastened America's entry into WW1, eventually resulting in Germany losing the war.

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The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour 7 December 1941.

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The attack on Pearl Harbor was the factor that made the United States decide to enter the war.

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The sinking of the Lusitania was the spark for US entry into WW I.

Which statement describes how Native Americans reacted to the United States' entry into World War II?

They supported the war effort and joined the military in large numbers

Following the United States' entry into World War 2 American and British leaders decided that their highest priority would be to?

Invade Europe and defeat Germany.

Why was the zimmerman telegram important in world war 1?

The Zimmerman telegram was published in the United States on March 1, 1917. It was a coded telegram asking Mexico to join Germany's side on World War I and Germany promised that if they join them that they would get their lost and back from the United States. Here is what they lost to the United States: New Mexico, Arizona and Texas. The zimmerman Telegram was the last straw for the United State and on April 6, 1917 the United States declared war on Germany.

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The largest factor was Germany's program of unrestricted submarine warfare; even attacking neutral ships in British waters, resulting in the deaths of many Americans.

What events triggered US entry into World War 2?

The attack of Pearl harbor and then the united states got word of what hitler was doing to the Jews and so we invaded