WW1 Myths (like the Lusitania)
This is not a story about tremendous technological advantages or unique military tactics or even about heroism on the battlefield… none of these apply to American involvement in the “Great War,” also known as WW1.
Ask the average American the cause of U.S. involvement in Europe and they’d say something about a ship sinking.
Today, you’ll learn the truth!
The sinking of Lusitania, resulting in the tragic death of 124 Americans had NOTHING to do with why the United States of America joined the war.
Oh, and American forces didn’t help the French defeat the Germans, turning the tides magically with their impeccable superhuman skills, but what they did in their 19-month stint in the war that killed 10M people was to create an atmosphere of threat upon the Germans, which was too great for them to dismiss.
America’s biggest contribution to the French and their British allies was in weapons, arms and MONEY.
The 1 million soldiers they sent probably did not get much combat action done, but the Germans realized this wasn’t going their way… they were tired, exhausted and were losing thousands of people a day!
Why, then, did America join the war? It wasn’t because of the Lusitania, a ship that carried Americans and was sunk by the Germans. That ship was sunk on May 7th 1915 and the declaration of war was made on April 2nd 1917!
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If Americans were outraged about the 124 citizens that died on the Lusitania, they’d declare war that same day, like in 9/11. No, you can stop telling your children that Lusitania is this sacred cow that cannot be challenged as the origins of American interventionism, because Woodrow Wilson ran his 1916 presidential campaign on the slogan “He Kept us out of war.”
like with any other war, this wasn’t about the victims… it was about business and money; in a word, politics.
One thing the Americans couldn’t let the Germans keep doing is submarine warfare. Their superiority became so great that it had to be restrained, but the Germans did not allow themselves to be constrained by an agreement that would regulate the use of submarine. In today’s terms, they were like Iran, a country trying to built nuclear capabilities, without the international community overseeing the process of enriching uranium.
Left unchecked, German submarines could roam the oceans and keep everyone on edge.
Secondly, the Germans were trying to convince the Mexicans to attack the United States, with the help of Germany, to take back California.
Fourth, a revolution in Russia to take down the tzar was underway and succeeding.
Revolutions in Russia weakened the eastern front and, ultimately, led America to intervene.
Today, we are seeing fractures in the Russian leadership… some say it’s a ploy, others that it’s the CIA, but no matter how you look at it, things are unstable.
The last time it was this chaotic, America was forced to join a war its president was elected on claiming it did not wish to be part of… what will happen this time around?
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