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Q: Why were Americans angry over the sinking of the british passenger liner lusitania?
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What was president wilsons response to the sinking of the british passenger ship lusitania?

President Wilsons response to the sinking of the British passenger ship Lusitania was to send diplomatic protests


Large British passenger liner whose sinking in 1915 prompted some Americans to call for war against Germany?

Lusitania


Large british passenger liner whose sinking in1915 prompted some Americans to call for war against Germany?

Lusitania


Cause of the sinking of lusitania?

The Lusitania, was a British ship sunk by a German U-boat in May, 1915. 1198 people were killed, 128 of them Americans.


What country angered Americans by sinking the lusitania why?

Germany sank the Lusitania and sank it because of the fact it was a British ship and Germany was at war with Britain, it was a coincidence that Americans were on it and not the only ship with Americans that the Germany sunk.


How did Americans feel about the sinking of the lusitania?

not to happy at first


What effect did the sinking of the Lusitania have on Americans?

cuz it just did


What evidence is there that German-Americans were discriminated against in the US during World War 1?

the sinking of the British ocean liner Lusitania


What was the Global Spark of World War 1?

Well, the Global Spark of World War one was the sinking of the Lusitania. The British passenger ship held up to 1,200 passengers. 1,200 people died and 128 Americans died.


What passenger ship did a German subarine sink?

One of the most notorious instances of a German submarine sinking a passenger ship was the sinking of the RMS Lusitania on May 7, 1915. The Lusitania was a British ocean liner that was torpedoed by a German U-boat off the coast of Ireland during World War I, resulting in the deaths of over 1,100 passengers and crew. The sinking of the Lusitania contributed to the eventual entry of the United States into the war.


The sinking of which passenger ship angered President Wilson?

The Germans sunk several ships while Wilson was President, but the most momentous sinking so far as the US was concerned was the sinking of the passenger ship, The Lusitania by German U-boats on May 7, 1915, killing 1198.


Why did Americans turn against Germans in world war 1?

sinking of the Lusitania