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What was the US's relationship with Germany like in 1917?


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2007-06-25 04:12:13
2007-06-25 04:12:13

Relations between the US and Germany were very strained as a result of the German policy of unstrestricted submarine warfare. In 1915 the sinking of the Lusitania played a key role in turning opinion in the US against Germany. In 1916 an attack on the Sussex resulted in Germany giving a solemn pledge not to attack pssanger vessels. However, a year later, Germany revoked this pledge. There was also the Zimmermann telegram.

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