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What message did the German admiralty declaration in 4 February 1915 sent to the world?
The message that the German Admiralty Declaration, February 4th, 1915, sent to the world was a very straightforward message. The declaration stated that all the waters around the British Isle were declared a war zone. Any ship that entered these waters would be destroyed and would sink. The Germans were warning all citizens of the world to stay far away from this area. Hope that helped.
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The Zimmermann Telegram A note sent in 1917 from the German Foreign Minister to his ambassador in Mexico, containing details of a proposed alliance against America…; it was intercepted and published, strengthening US public support for war against Germany as part of World War One. The Zimmermann Telegram: Sent through a supposedly secure channel devoted to peace negotiations (a transatlantic cable belonging to Scandinavia) on January 19th 1917, the 'Zimmermann Telegram' - often called the Zimmermann Note - was a memo sent from the German Foreign Minister Arthur Zimmermann to the German Ambassador to Mexico. It informed the ambassador that Germany would be resuming its policy of Unrestricted Submarine Warfare (USW) and, crucially, ordered him to propose an alliance. The message was intercepted by British intelligence and 'leaked' to the US government & US newspapers. If Mexico would join in a war against the US, they would be rewarded with financial support and the re-conquered land in New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona. The US government & public were outraged, and then public opinion turned quickly against Germany prior to the United States declaring war on Germany in April 1917.
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the messages were sent by people. there would be towers that a people would drop their messages off at, and the people that were in the towers would then pass the message on, …therefor it would travel up and dow the wall
Originally, telegraph messages were sent manually using Morse Code pulses. Beginning in the 1920s they were sent automatically using Teletype machines in 5 bit BAUDO…T code. Beginning in the 1950s they were sent automatically using Teletype machines in 7 bit ASCII code. Now they are sent electronically.
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The neurons in the body take the messages and they go to the brain and back to the body. if we didn't have neurons we woudn't know what we felt or other 5 senses, about someth…ing..
People used the Morse code to send messages from far distances Morse code was used by how long you hold it down.
Sending a text message and then trying to retract it is impossible
It means that you have sent the message. The receiving person will get the message shortly after the notification has been displayed.
A message sent to express gratitude is a thank-you note.
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click the send button, then type the words. next, click enter. now, ur message has been sent!!!
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The first text message was sent by Raina Fortini in 1989.
Enigma messages were sent by radio telegram between different german Army units, german Army command and german Army units, german Naval command and german Navy ships (esp…ecially u-Boats), german u-Boats in "wolf packs", Gestapo headquarters and Gestapo offices, some german police organizations. The german Navy and the Gestapo used specially modified Enigma machines for greater security than the standard Enigma machine used everywhere else. German High Command messages were sent using a different machine and sent by radio teletype instead of radio telegram. These machines were much heavier and less portable than Enigma machines but were much faster, so they operated from fixed locations unlike Enigma machines which often moved rapidly in combat. Messages to and from german spies did not use machine cyphers but were usually sent by radio telegram.