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    Woodrow Wilson in Germany

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    In 1917, Woodrow Wilson set forth the nation's war goals to help the allies fight against Germany. Reflect on your reading this week and the road to our involvement in World War I.

    What chain of events finally moved President Wilson to ask Congress for a declaration of war against Germany?

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    The calling of American forces into "The Great War" was the turning point Allied Forces needed in order to destroy German offensives. Though much of the initial organization by the American government, War Department, and AEF was disorganized, the outcome was still met. Below we'll evaluate the American military effort during that of World War I and review the event that finally moved President Wilson to ask Congress for declaration of war against Germany.

    Though the United States made every effort to stay out of World War I, German U-boats made almost impossible for them to do so. This eventually led to President Woodrow Wilson declaring war on ...

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    The chain of events finally moved President Wilson to ask congress for a declaration of war against Germany is provided.

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