Internal AffairsEdit

  • The U.S. had turn its eyes onto itself, seeking to grow its economy and strength.
  • Workers' rights movements were popping up all over the United States.
  • The worker gained more power in the government, and wages increased.
  • The overall situation remained grim, though.

The WarEdit

  • The First World War was triggered in 1904, the same year Theodore Roosevelt was elected President.
  • Wilhem II is assassinated, the German Empire blames the attack on Serbia.
  • The German invasion of Serbia begins, with Russia declaring war on Germany.
  • Germany expands rapidly east and west, bringing nations like Britain and France into the war.
  • German victories are unmatched in the early stages of the war.

America EntersEdit

  • The United States declares war on Germany after attacks on U.S. merchants do not stop.
  • The U.S. entry turns the tide of the war.
  • America is largely unaffected by the war in Europe, it had the industry to supply a military like none other.
  • Troops are shipped over and victories are won by the Allies.
  • Germany is stopped when it attempts to invade Russia, the first of its last failures.
  • A combined military force pushes the Germans back to Berlin, until it is captured.
  • Germany surrenders to the Allies.


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