Sinking of Lusitania, and the Zimmerman Telegram
The US joined the war on the side of the Allies on April 6, 1917.
The US entered the war in April of 1917 and were on the Allies side.
NO they were axis allies until Germany chose to invade their nation and they switched sides.
They were allies with Germany.
Technically, the Russian Empire fought in World War One, while the U.S.S.R. fought in World War Two. In both wars, it fought on the side of the Allies.
what war, pearl harbour would be a good reason,
He was with The Allies in World War 2.
The Unites States entered World War I because German submarines sank several US merchant ships
Allies (british, French side)
they needed more back up , and the felt that they were more on their side then anybody else
The United States was on the Allies side.
The Allies side against Germany.
FDR was , of course , on the side of the Allies .
Of course it was!! It was on the allies side(:
The Allies and the Axis.
they seen a dog and ran and ate it that is how it make us enter the world EAT DOGSS
Allies for both World Wars.
The first world war was waged between 1914 and 1918. The war was between the allies (non German European powers) and Germany. America kept out of direct commitment to the war (but it did trade with the allies) until 1917 when it sent troops to Europe on the side of the allies.
The United States entered World War 1 in 1917 on the side of the Allies.
One of the main reasons the US entered World War I on the side of the allies was because the Germans had sunk the Lusitania, a passenger ship containing many Americans.
no, it was WW1 Yes, on the side of the Allies, late in the war.
The Irish-Americans possibly did not like Great Britain
The Germans sunk 7 US ships, and we intercepted a telegram from Germany that said they planned to attack us.
There is no bad side or good side but Russia was on the Allies Side.
they fighted on the allies