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Russia Leaves War America Enters Wii

Russia Leaves War America Enters Wii

Zimmerman Telegram {draw:frame} http://www.archives.gov/global-pages/larger-image.html?i=/education/lessons/zimmermann/images/decoded-message-l.jpg&c=/education/lessons/zimmermann/images/decoded-message.caption.html Russia’s. This is a very important limitation because the purpose is to express Russia’s internal conflcits, but his opinion may not be shared by everybody. OPVL: O: Arthur Zimmerman foreign secretary of Germany in letter form January 16, 1917 P: To inform the German ambassador in Mexico Johann von Bernstorff their need for an alliance between Germany and Mexico in case of American involvement in World War I Offer an alliance to Mexico in exchange for U.S territory V: This is valuable because we learn that negotiations were made between Mexico and Germany for an alliance. Large influence on the U.S opinion to join allies during WWI. Because it is between two people so their true intention were stated. L: Do not know how much it impacted the American opinion to join war; no statistics. Don’t know why they send it to Mexico. Do not know if the telegram reached the ambassador and how Mexicans would have reacted. Do not know what the relationship between the German ambassador and the Zimmerman and the results of the telegram {draw:frame} http://library.georgetown.edu/dept/speccoll/n16.jpg http://www.library.georgetown.edu/dept/speccoll/guac/amposter_99/ OPVL O: By J.L Grosse, Poster, United States, during World War I P: Public of United States to buy liberty bonds to support the allies at war and get rid of German Submarines V: Represents US fear towards German threat to liners in sea which was a major reason why they joined war. Also represents American support on the home front for the allies L: No date, do not know who J.L Grosse, do not know how poster impacted the German sea threat. Do not know the public’s opinion was. http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/usawar_lloydgeorge.htm http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/russia_guchkov.htm...

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