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The atrocious deeds taken against Germany in the first World War can only be described as unacceptable It is clear to me that from the beginning of the war the United States undeniably favored Great Britain and France over Germany The Germans were much more considerate than the British and would have been a great potential ally for the United States Shortly after war broke out in Europe Great Britain unable to beat Germanys dominant ground forces took a different approach to the war The British navy known for being one of the finest blockaded the German coast and prevented all goods from coming in American ships trying to make trade with Germany were sunk or confiscated No trouble was ever given to the British for such actions When Germany responded to the blockade with a blockade of their own American ships that were sunk or confiscated were thought of as being dealt an immoral act When the war on the land was at a stalemate and blockading enemy ports was no longer affective the vast powers of Europe came up with an alternative plan Britain was the first to enact such an unbearable alternative A War zone was Britains answer to their problem A mass of the Atlantic Ocean was taken by the British and was declared as prohibited for any ships to travel through The ocean mass was strewn with mines that if any ship dared to travel through it it would suffer heavy damage The British allowed only one day for this war zone to come into effect When Germany reacted to the prohibited zone with one of their own they allowed fifteen days for all ships to steer clear of their zone They even issued a warning stating that neutral ships entering the war zone were vulnerable to getting sunk Both war zones were responsible for sinking American ships and shedding American blood Only Germanys actions were publicized
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