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If you are referring to pre-WWII sentiment, the turning point was the realization that Hitler was using Charlie Chaplin's mustache for evil rather than for good, and perverting the public opinion of mustaches in general. In a patriarchal society such as ours, facial hair is just that important.

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Q: What was an influential event that turned American public opinion against Germany?
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What was responsible for turning America public opinion against Germany?

The event that was most influential in turning American public opinion against Germany was the invasion of Belgium.


Which was most influential in tuning American public opinion against Germany?

the Halocaust and Hitler's determination to kill all Jews and establish a super race


Which was most influential in turning American opinion against Germany?

In the Great War, American public opinion turned against Germany following persistent attacks by submarines on merchant shipping. The most notorious sinking was that of the passenger steamer RMS Lusitania on 7 May 1915 when 1198 out of 1959 passengers and crew were killed. The RMS Lusitania was a British ocean liner, and was was torpedoed and sunk by a German U-boat.


What caused the U.S. opinion to be against Germany?

Most likely the attacks by Germany (in either world war) against American civilians and American shipping in the Atlantic Ocean.


Did the sinking of the USS Maine turn American opinion against Germany?

No, the sinking of the USS Maine caused the Spainish-American War.


Why did the invasion of Belgium turn American opinion against Germany?

Belgium was a neutral nation


Why did invasion of Belgium turn American opinion against Germany?

American public opinion turned against Germany in WW One & WW Two for various reasons. In WW1, Germany invaded France & Belgium in August 1914. Because, Belgium was a neutral country, Americans were upset with Germany. The invasion of Belgium however was not the most important factor. Later, German unrestricted submarine warfare also turned American public opinion against Germany. Then as a final straw, the German's Zimmermann telegram message to Mexico further angered Americans. In WW2, Germany invaded Poland, neutral Denmark, neutral Norway, neutral Holland, neutral Belgium, and so forth on & on. German submarine warfare also turned public opinion against Germany.


Which event was most influential in turning American public opinion?

The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln is one event that turned the American public opinion.


Was media coverage of the war influential in turning American public opinion against the Vietnam war?

yes. up to that time war was thought of as glorious instead of violent. the media uncovered the true cruelty and violence of war.


What most influential in turning American public opinion against Germany?

1. WWI-Unrestricted sub warfare turned people against Germany. 2. WWII-America liked Germany prior to WWII, Germans even visited the US in the 1930s. Germany declared on America. America did NOT declare war on Germany (America simply reciprocated). Hitler wanted Japan to open a second Russian Front, as he had just invaded Russia the same year that Japan bombed Pearl Harbor; he also declared war the same year he invaded Russia. If Hitler helped Japan, he hoped Japan would help him.


What crystallized American opinion at the beginning of World War I?

Germany's invasion of Belgium.


What crystallized American opinion at the beginning of world war?

Germany's invasion of Belgium.