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The death of Americans that were passengers aboard the British ship Lusitania when it was sunk by a German submarine.
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What events led to US entering world war 1?

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What events prompted the US to enter World War 1?

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What events caused Germany to enter World War 1?

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What event provoked America to enter world war 1?

The sinking of the ocean liner RMS Lusitania on May 7, 1915 is considered one of the primary reasons for US entry into the war. Another was the so-called Zimmerman telegram ,

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bombing of pearl harbor. No, no that is WW2, 1941. WW1 is 1914 to 1918. A reason for the US entery into the war was the sinking by a U boat (Submarine) of the Liner Lusitania

Which event helped provoke the us to enter world war 1?

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