1.) Germany had a plan to try and prevent Britain from getting supplies for war by using unrestricted submarine warfare (the German U boats). At first they only sank Allied ships, but one ship they sunk, a passenger ship called the "Lusitania", held a very large amount of passengers and many of them died. The U.S. threatened to go to war, but Germany backed down and stopped the sinking. After a little while, they thought they could bargain and started up again this time sinking allied ships as well as neutral ships. They thought they could be able to prevent Britain from receiving their supplies before the U.S. joined the war; they were wrong.
2.) Another event leading up to World War 1 was the Zimmerman telegram, a telegram sent from German to Mexico to joint the war on their side and defeat the Americans. Of course, it was caught and decoded (it was in a secret code) and the Americans stopped them. Mexico decided to stay neutral.
Mexico World War I (WWI) brought immigrants from various countries, but the most number of immigrants came from one country; and that country was Mexico.
The Great Depression.
Foreign events affected the financial downturn of the United States in several ways. The foreign events affected the United States and world economies is through war and the trade embargo with foreign nations.
It brought the United States out of the Great Depression.
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There were numerous world events that happened during this time. Two important events were the independence of South African in 1991, and the terrorist attacks on the United States in 2001.
the bombing of Pearl Harbor.Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor.
the atomic bomb being dropped by the United States on Hiroshima
The attack on Pearl Harbor brought the United States into the war.
One Of The Reasons The Americans Got Involved Was That They Were Attacked By The Japs
The United States did not ratify the Treaty of Versailles, therefore, a separate treaty between Germany and the United States was needed. The treaty brought the United States in a closer agreement, to the point where the United States actually assisted the Weimar Republic in meeting some of its obligations.
Very simple! US history is about what has happened in the United States and world history is about what has happened in the world. Here on WikiAnswers, if the question is about something that happened in the United States, it goes in the US History category. World events goes in the World History category.
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Yes, they attacked and bombed Pearl Harbour. This is what brought The United States into the war.
Yes, technology has brought people in the United States together, much like the rest of the world. Technology makes it easier for people to communicate.
Pearl Harbor brought a dramatic change on the United States views on World War II. The United States wanted to maintain neutral and prevent entering war, but once the Japanese bombed the United States at Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941, the United States changed their mindset and decalred war.
Toward the end of World War II, U.S. soldiers discovered the German Magnetophones and brought them back to the United States
The United States was dragged into World War 2 by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on 7 December 1941.
United States has the strongest military in the world.
The were alis with the United States
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World Socialist Party of the United States was created in 1916.
The first strawberries were brought to France from Chile. Strawberries are found all over the world with most being grown in the United States.