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What was the Lusitania?

ABritish ship carrying hundreds of American passengers and weaponsthat was torpedoed by a German U-Boat. This helped America enterthe war as the population began to view Germa (MORE)

What is the Lusitania?

A civilian ocean liner. Equal to a civilian passenger airliner of today. Man didn't have AIRLINERS in 1915.

Why was the Lusitania sunk?

The Lusitania was sunk because the Germans thought that it was carring more than just passengers. The Germans thought that Great Britain were smuggling in weapons to help them (MORE)

When did the Lusitania sink?

The Lusitania sank on May 7, 1915. At about 2:10 p.m., a torpedo from a German U-boat struck amidships, and about 18 minutes later, the Lusitania went down with great loss (MORE)

About the lusitania?

On March 28, 1915, a U-boat sank including a British Passenger liner in the Irish sea, killing more than 1000 people, including over 100 American. While the White House consid (MORE)

What happened with the Lusitania?

The Lusitania was torpedoed on May 7th 1915, by the German U-BoatU-20. What is not as widely known is that Germany had given many publicwarnings, even going so far as to publi (MORE)

What is the Sinking of Lusitania?

one day the great ship Lusitania had sail. it was going good butsomehow the German people shoot a torpedo to the great Lusitaniaand it sank The Lusitania was a British ocean (MORE)

Where was Lusitania?

Lusitania was a province of the Roman Empire and included most of what is now modern day Portugal and some parts of western Spain.