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Which was a consequence of the United States' entry into World War I?

Ottoman forces shifted their troops to fight against the Allied powers on the western front

German troops became demoralized and eventually surrendered in the face of the arrival of fresh US troops

Mexico attacked the United States in order to reacquire territory it had lost in the Mexican-American War

Russia troops pulled out of the war as the presence of American troops made it unnecessary for them to continue to fight

Is it B?

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  1. A doesn't make sense and I couldn't find anything about Russia in my text. Because of the Zimmerman telegram, I'm also assuming Mexico never got the message.

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  2. I agree with B. Russia's withdrawal from the war had little, if anything, to do with America joining the war. What was going on in Russia in 1917? That's a fascinating story that had world-wide consequences, too. :)

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  3. B is correct, as Reed has said.

    Keep in mind the word "eventually," though! The Allied troops landed in Normandy on June 6, 1944, but it took their slogging through France, Luxembourg, Belgium, The Netherlands, and well into Germany before the Germans surrendered on May 5, 1945.

    See the maps (links in the left column) to find out where this one particular battalion went.
    http://www.115th-aaa-gun-bn.com/Story/frontcover.php

  4. wrong war

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