Neutrality In Ww2 Essay

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[pic] By Lora Temyanko Millions of people are suffering out there in the war. With our policy of neutrality, we have no way of helping those in need, those is danger. All of our obstacles are becoming more and more distant, and we can finally join the war. We must join the war. It is quite obvious by now that Germany is not honoring our decision of being neutral. As stated in the policy of neutrality, participants of the war, like Germany, may not attack countries, like the United States, who are neutral. Disregarding this policy, Germany continues to attack our merchant ships entering Great Britain, often with U-boat submarines. As if it hadn’t been enough from sinking the Lusitania, a British passenger liner, before on May 7th, 1915. In this case, the innocent passengers on the boat were not warned by the Germans, like they were supposed to, that they were going to be blown up and sink the ship. Because of this unthinkable action, 1,200 had died, about 120 of them being Americans. We the citizens of the United States…show more content…
the “bad guys” (Germany and their allies). This has officially removed every obstacle in front of President Wilson’s way to join the war because as he had said before, he did not want to be sided with a tyrant, Russia. All he has to do is say the words and in a second we would be in the War, helping not only our own country, but our long good friends Britain as well. It is not difficult to realize that we don’t have the best army and navy, and that we mobilize slowly, but this is yet another reason for why we should start right here, right now. If we are successful to mobilizing quickly and having a military draft, our army would be almost unstoppable to other nations. This is why we must go to war. Get Ready American Citizens because before you know it, we will no longer be on the sidelines, but on the playing

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