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War World 1:)

When did the United States join the Allies? 1917
What year did the Allies win in War World I? 1918
Before the United States joined the Allies what did they do to help out with the war? They brought goods and supplies for both sides.
What did President Wilson say about Americans being apart of the war? He said that the Americans should be neutral so they can put off not being apart of the war and that it is too far away.
How did Germany respond to our aid to the British? They responded by using U-boats to sink any vessels that entered or left British ports.
Why did the United States feel loyal towards the Allies? Because they were closer and because of the same customs,traditions, and language.
What effect did the British blockade have on Germany? They caused very serious shortages which many Germans suffered from malnutrition and illness.
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