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Events That Lead Up to World War I.

Summary: The three main events leading to World War I were the British propaganda, the sinking of the Lusitania, and the Zimmerman telegram. They are all linked to each other and they all gradually dragged the United States.
There were many events that lead the United States into World War I. The three main events were the British propaganda, the sinking of the Lusitania, and the Zimmerman telegram. These events are linked to each other and they each gradually pushed the nation into the war. Although the United States tried to remain neutral, they had no choice, but to join the Allies and enter the war against the Central Powers.

Before World War I, Woodrow Wilson established the policy of neutrality and isolated the United States from the war. He didn't want to intervene in any foreign affairs. However, the events that had occurred could not stop the nation from joining the war. One of the main events that had triggered the entrance of the United States into World War I was the British propaganda. The British officials did everything they could to win the support...

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