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The United States entered World War I, for the sole purpose for the defeat of Germany. Germany had ignored the United States' neutral stance, attacking its ships and citizens and finally, trying to persuade Mexico to attack the United States. Germany went down to defeat, therefore, the war aims of the United States were met.

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1. To stop Unrestricted Warfare by the Germans-- allow people to travel seas free from harm

2. Peacefully end the war

3. Not hold any grudges with the Germans

4. Make WWI be the last war of wars

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The U.S. entered World War 1 to stop the unrestricted submarine warfare being carried out by Germany. The U.S. achieved its objectives to the fullest extent.

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