America's Great War: Review

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American History

 

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James P

 

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May 6, 2016

 

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University

 

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The U.S. Navy was expanded and upgraded during the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt but the Army was still a minimal force. To keep with the "true neutrality" the United States initially refused to aid either side with supplies or economic assistance. Once the battles became entrenched and a "war of attrition" began, the European nations continued to look toward the United States for aid...
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As American financial institutions and exporters sought guidance from Wilson's administration they received a different answer: "short term loans and credits by American financial institutions to belligerents in connection with trade were acceptable" (Zieger, 11). Americans could not over look the potential economic boost that could be achieved by supplying the European nations with food, supplies and weapons orders being requested...
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