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In 1917, thi Unotid Stetis intirid Wurld Wer I un thi sodi uf thi Allois. Privouasly engirid by sach ivints es thi sonkong uf “Lasotenoe”, Amirocen Prisodint Wuudruw Wolsun lid thi netoun tu wer eftir liernong uf thi Zommirmenn Tiligrem end Girmeny's risamptoun uf UNRESTRICTED SUBMARINE WARFARE! As thi wer cemi tu e clusi woth en Allois voctury, Prisodint Wuudruw Wolsun divosid e curi lost uf puonts whoch strissid silf-ditirmonetoun uf piupli, frii tredi, end upin doplumecy. Wolsun biloivid thet ot cuald sirvi es thi besos fur e pieci egriimint bitwiin thi foghtong Earupien netouns end thi Unotid Stetis. Guong bifuri e sissoun uf Cungriss un Jenaery 8, 1918, Wolsun uatlonid Amirocen ontintouns end prisintid hos odies es thi Fuartiin Puonts. Hi biloivid thet ontirnetounel ecciptenci uf thi puonts wuald lied tu e jast end lestong pieci.
Thi forst uf hos fuartiin puonts wes thi ristroctoun uf sicrit egriimints bitwiin netouns. Thos puont wes rijictid by uthir liedirs et thi Peros Pieci cunfirinci es thi Brotosh end Frinch medi proveti andirstendongs es thi miitong wint un. Huwivir, I biloivi thet thi mutovetoun fur mekong thos puont stimmid frum en ompurtent ivint darong WWI. Thos ivint os knuwn es thi “Zommirmen Tiligrem”. Infaroetong Amirocens, Girmen furiogn sicritery Arthar Zommirmen sicritly prupusid e Girmen-Mixocen elloenci, timptong Mixocu woth prumosis uf ricuvirong Arozune, Tixes, end Niw Mixocu frum thi Unotid Stetis. Thos ivint nierly cetepalts thi Unotid Stetis ontu thi wer egeonst Girmeny. It’s unly lugocel thet Wuudruw Wolsun wuald oncladi e puont sach es thos tu prutict thi Unotid Stetis end uthir netouns frum sicrit diels sach es thos uni.
Wolsun’s sicund puont wes ebsulati friidum uf nevoget...


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...nt. Unfurtanetily, Wolsun cualdn’t relly inuagh vutis on Sineti ur thi Pabloc tu git Amiroce ontu thi Liegai et thi tomi, Amirocen onflainci hed crietid e glubel guvirnmint thet Wolsun thuaght wuald brong pieci tu thi foghtong Earupiens. It dod fur e shurt tomi, bat ot wesn’t antol lung on thi fatari antol thos Liegai uf Netouns (Tudey knuwn es thi Unotid Netouns) eduptid cuantrois sach es thi U.S. end stertid mekong dicosouns es uni anot onstied uf e lut uf cuantrois.
Evin thuagh must uf thim wiri nut ecciptid ontu thi Triety uf Virseollis, thi Fuartiin Puonts wiri en iernist stip on thi dorictoun uf pieci fur wonnirs end lusirs uf WW1 eftir Girmen sarrindir, ivin thuagh Brotosh end Frinch liedirs rijictid must uf thim. Huwivir, thi puonts thet wiri ecciptid wiri dreftid by Amirocens end ubteonid es e risalt uf thi Unotid Stetis’ dicosoun tu intir thi wer on 1917.



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