There was no single event that drew the US into World War I in 1917. The sinking of the Lusitania in 1915 along with continued submarine warfare against American commerce made the US entry into the war almost inevitable.
The Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor brought us into WWII
the resumption of restricted sub-warfare brought the us into world war 1.
The attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese brought the US into World War Two.
The Japanese attack on the US Fleet at Pearl Harbor.
It is due to the balkans problem
When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.
The German government announced the reopening of unrestricted submarine warfare in 1917. This action brought the US to declare war on Germany.
The unprovoked attack on Pearl Harbour by the Japanese
the sinking of the Lusitania. Actually, the Lusitania went down in 1915. The US went to war in 1917. The Zimmermann Telegram was what actually brought them into the war.
The allies entered the war in 1914; the US entered the war in 1917.
Pearl Harbor which happened on December 7, 1941 is what brought the US into world war 2 and why it declared war on Japan and Germany.
That was the beginning for the US. The end was dropping the A-bombs.
1914. For the US 1917.
There is no single pin point event that caused the US to enter into WWI, but the Zimmerman Note was one. There was a message sent from Germany to Mexico asking for them to team up to fight the US. Britain intercepted it and shared new to the US. It was uncertain if it was actually true or if Britain made it up to get the US into the war, but that was one event.
The Japanese bombed our Navy base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 6, 1941.
Both ships were the catalyst that brought the US into war. The sinking of the USS Maine brought us into the Spanish American War. And the Lusitania brought us into World War 1.
That would be World War 1.
They joined the war in 1917.
Pearl Harbor. On December 7th (my sisters birthday), the Japanese bombed our naval base there.
The US economy was in a state of depression in 1917. However, after World War I begins in 1917, the economy is stimulated due to trading war necessities with Britain and other allies.
When listing two events that brought the United States into World War I, the first must be Germany's announcement in January of 1917 that it would be engaging in unrestricted submarine warfare (and then the actual practice of the same). A significant second event would be the infamous Zimmermann Telegram, a copy of which was received by the U.S. government in February of 1917: it revealed intrigue between Germany and Mexico concerning a possible alliance against the U.S.
The US entered the war in April of 1917 and were on the Allies side.
The United States entered World War 1 in 1917 on the side of the Allies.
Initially, the US was to remain neutral in World War I but in 1917 Germany attempted to form and alliance with Mexico. Also, Germany began sinking US ships. These events led the US to declare war on April 6, 1917.
The US was brought into World War II when the Japanese launched a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. The attack killed many and injured even more. Also, many ships from the Pacific Fleet were destroyed or horribly damaged, some not repairable.