Friday, November 27, 1998

Which Allied Nation's Propaganda Campaign during WWI had the most influence on U. S. Policy?

Italy, France, Russia, or Britain?

Answer on Which Allied Nation's Propaganda Campaign during WWI had the most influence on U.S. Policy?

Initially, many Americans sided with the Germans (before we were involved in the war), mainly because there were so many German-Americans, many who had just emigrated to the U.S. at the time. After we joined up with the allied forces, President Wilson (who was one of the most evil men ever), enacted sedition laws and imprisoned thousands for speaking out against the war...especially German-Americans. Also, many street names that were German names were Americanized (Schmidt became Smith, etc). Libs try to demonize George W. Bush, but look no further to Woodrow Wilson, who took more liberties away from Americans (and wanted to do even more) than any other President.