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Unbelievably, so soon after 'the war that will end war', the allied nations had allowed Germany and its axis powers to rearm itself and once again threaten the world. The cost in lives and in dollars was never thought to be as high as it ended up. This would last six years, involve more than two hundred countries, costing 55 million lives and material damage of some 3 billion dollars(1). US involvement would come later in the war because the US had a strong isolationist foreign policy and had made it ... ... middle of paper ... ...ous quote that has gone down in history. Pearl Harbor was "A day that will go down in infamy," (Roosevelt) and though tragic as it was brought us out of a depression and justified our entrance into the war, where we turned the tides and changed the future of the world into what it is today.
Instead of declaring war, which I had wanted, President Wilson sends out demands to the Germans. He demands a formal apology from Germany, money damages to the families of American victims that boarded the Lusitania, and he had made a remark that said, “ The U.S. Government shall demand that the German Government pledge to follow international law with regard to the use of their submarines. Any future violation of international law shall be regarded as a deliberately unfriendly action against the United States.” After this, President Wilson asks for an increase in military spending, but the Congress had refused. The Germans abide by this for 10 months. After these 10 months, in March 1916, the Germans had sunk another ship, the French fairy boat, The Sussex.