World War I

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Germany thought that the U. S. was sending military supplies when the U. S. would send passenger ships to Great Britain.

The U. S. found it hard to stay neutral because of their close ties to Great Britain. Both countries shared a common language , political beliefs and trade.

Germany began to fire at passenger ships again.

The war was locked in a dead tie (a "stalemate") for three years, both sides fighting over the same territory.

Germany sank the British passenger ship, the Lusitania and many people died, including some United States citizens.

At first, the U. S. was neutral and did not want to get involved with the war in Europe (isolationist).

On April 6, 1917, the U. S. declared war after 3 passenger ships were sunk.

Germany agreed to stop firing at passenger ships for awhile.

Great Britain decoded the Zimmerman Telegram which Germany tried to send to Mexico, offering to help Mexico get their territory back from the U. S. IF Mexico would agree to fight for Germany.