American attitudes towards the two sides in the great war were most influenced by?

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During the Great War (or, World War I), American attitudes towards the two sides involved were influenced in various ways. Perhaps most significantly, a general sympathy was felt for the Triple Alliance, especially Great Britain, based on their mostly similar forms of government and the mainly English heritage of many Americans. In respect to the Central Powers, American attitudes were generally hostile because of the aggressive conduct of Germany's submarine forces, which sank neutral ships, including American vessels,

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