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World War 1 began in the summer of 1914 when Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was assassinated along with his wife. The assassin named Gavrilo Princip was part of a terrorist band from the kingdom of Serbia. Austria-Hungary demanded that the Serbian Government make amends for the assassination. Serbia accepted all of their demands except one. Due to Germanys hunger for power they encouraged Austria-Hungary to invade Serbia. This led to the Declaration of War on July 28, 1914 against Serbia. Russia vowed to stand by Serbia and two days later began mobilization of its army. Germany viewed this as a direct threat and declared war against Russia and then France. After these events England and other Europeans jumped
He knew that cutting trade off completely with Europeans would bring serious consequences to the American people. His first attempt of neutralization was to ban private American bank loans to the nations involved in war. He believed this would make it impossible for these countries to get what they needed to keep fighting. The ban was lifted in 1915 due to fear that nations would stop buying American goods, which could lead to an economic recession. Another possible way to stay neutral was to trade with and loan money to both sides. American manufactures and banks were free to do business with both the Allies and Germany. However, the charts of the U.S. exports showed that they chose to primarily help the Allies. The American banks were loaning up to $10 million a day to Britain, but American trade with Germany had dropped. The final attempt of neutrality ultimately provokes the confrontation with Germany. Woodrow Wilson declared the rights America held as a neutral nation stating that they had the right to trade with whomever they please and travel wherever they
First, there were a lot of sympathies for England. Even though we had conflicts with Britain it is important to realize the common Anglo-American heritage that exists between us. We share a language; have similar government and legal structures. We saw their viewpoints, because we could read their stories! Another aspect concerning cultural issues is Nationalism. Nationalism is the belief that loyalty to one nation is more important than any other public loyalty
 

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World War 1 began in the summer of 1914 when Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was assassinated along with his wife. The assassin named Gavrilo Princip was part of a terrorist band from the kingdom of Serbia. Austria-Hungary demanded that the Serbian Government make amends for the assassination. Serbia accepted all of their demands except one. Due to Germanys hunger for power they encouraged Austria-Hungary to invade Serbia. This led to the Declaration of War on July 28, 1914 against Serbia. Russia vowed to stand by Serbia and two days later began mobilization of its army. Germany viewed this as a direct threat and declared war against Russia and then France. After these events England and other Europeans jumped
He knew that cutting trade off completely with Europeans would bring serious consequences to the American people. His first attempt of neutralization was to ban private American bank loans to the nations involved in war. He believed this would make it impossible for these countries to get what they needed to keep fighting. The ban was lifted in 1915 due to fear that nations would stop buying American goods, which could lead to an economic recession. Another possible way to stay neutral was to trade with and loan money to both sides. American manufactures and banks were free to do business with both the Allies and Germany. However, the charts of the U.S. exports showed that they chose to primarily help the Allies. The American banks were loaning up to $10 million a day to Britain, but American trade with Germany had dropped. The final attempt of neutrality ultimately provokes the confrontation with Germany. Woodrow Wilson declared the rights America held as a neutral nation stating that they had the right to trade with whomever they please and travel wherever they
First, there were a lot of sympathies for England. Even though we had conflicts with Britain it is important to realize the common Anglo-American heritage that exists between us. We share a language; have similar government and legal structures. We saw their viewpoints, because we could read their stories! Another aspect concerning cultural issues is Nationalism. Nationalism is the belief that loyalty to one nation is more important than any other public loyalty
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World War 1 began in the summer of 1914 when Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was assassinated along with his wife. The assassin named Gavrilo Princip was part of a terrorist band from the kingdom of Serbia. Austria-Hungary demanded that the Serbian Government make amends for the assassination. Serbia accepted all of their demands except one. Due to Germanys hunger for power they encouraged Austria-Hungary to invade Serbia. This led to the Declaration of War on July 28, 1914 against Serbia. Russia vowed to stand by Serbia and two days later began mobilization of its army. Germany viewed this as a direct threat and declared war against Russia and then France. After these events England and other Europeans jumped
He knew that cutting trade off completely with Europeans would bring serious consequences to the American people. His first attempt of neutralization was to ban private American bank loans to the nations involved in war. He believed this would make it impossible for these countries to get what they needed to keep fighting. The ban was lifted in 1915 due to fear that nations would stop buying American goods, which could lead to an economic recession. Another possible way to stay neutral was to trade with and loan money to both sides. American manufactures and banks were free to do business with both the Allies and Germany. However, the charts of the U.S. exports showed that they chose to primarily help the Allies. The American banks were loaning up to $10 million a day to Britain, but American trade with Germany had dropped. The final attempt of neutrality ultimately provokes the confrontation with Germany. Woodrow Wilson declared the rights America held as a neutral nation stating that they had the right to trade with whomever they please and travel wherever they
First, there were a lot of sympathies for England. Even though we had conflicts with Britain it is important to realize the common Anglo-American heritage that exists between us. We share a language; have similar government and legal structures. We saw their viewpoints, because we could read their stories! Another aspect concerning cultural issues is Nationalism. Nationalism is the belief that loyalty to one nation is more important than any other public loyalty
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