Causes of the Boom- Part 2

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1. What was the problem with this?

  • It was a French ship not a German ship
  • It was a merchant ship not a passenger ship
  • It was a passenger ship not a merchant ship
  • It was an American ship not a British ship
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2. Why was this a reason for joining the war?

  • Japan started shooting any ships without care of safety
  • Germany began shooting any ships without care of safety
  • Britain started shooting any ships without care of safety

3. Unrestricted submarine warfare angered Americans as...

  • Many German civilians were made causalities as a result
  • Many American civilians were made causalities as a result
  • Many British civilians were made causalities as a result

4. Traditional rules of submarine warfare meant that you had to...

  • Surface and check it was a merchant ship
  • Surface and check it was a passenger ship

5. Trade with Germany dropped from... ( 1914- 1916)

  • $345 million- $27 million
  • $445 million- $29 million
  • $345million- $29 million
  • $245 million- $27 million

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