Chapter 19: World War I and Its Aftermath. Section 1: The United States Enters World War I. Woodrow Wilson’s Diplomacy. President Wilson was opposed to imperialism and believed democracy was necessary to keep the nation stable and prosperous .
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Chapter 19: World War I and Its Aftermath
Section 1: The United States Enters World War I
Arthur Zimmerman (a German official) cabled the German ambassador in Mexico, proposing that Mexico ally itself with Germany.
In return, Mexico would regain territory it had lost to the U.S.
The Zimmerman Telegraph was intercepted by British intelligence and leaked to American newspapers.
In February 1917, Germany went back to unrestricted submarine warfare and soon sank 6 American merchant ships.
On April 6, 1917, The United States declares war against Germany.