The so-called "Zimmermann telegram" was intercepted by agents working for the United States included a proposal for the return of the American Southwest to Mexico. helped weaken public support in the United States for war. revealed plans by Germany to expand the use of its submarine fleet.
On this day in 1917, the text of the so-called Zimmermann Telegram, a message from the German foreign secretary, Arthur Zimmermann, to the German ambassador to Mexico proposing a Mexican-German ...
MID TERM. STUDY. PLAY. By the mid-1840s, the American West. B.was extensively populated. During the 1840s, Hispanics living in California. A. lost ownership of large areas of lands. ... The so-called Zimmerman telegram. included a proposal for the return of the American Southwest to Mexico.
The Zimmermann Telegram (or Zimmermann Note or Zimmerman Cable) was a secret diplomatic communication issued from the German Foreign Office in January 1917 that proposed a military alliance between Germany and Mexico. In the event that the United States entered World War I against Germany, Mexico would recover Texas, Arizona and New Mexico.
Zimmermann, relations with Mexico, and the end of American neutrality. A crucial turning point in both Wilson’s own thought and in American opinion occurred following the receipt and publication of the so-called Zimmermann Telegram.
In addition to unlimited submarine warfare, the so-called "Zimmermann Telegram" was another reason for America's entry into the WWI. The telegram that Germany sent instructions to its ambassador to Mexico was intercepted and decrypted by the British Intelligence Service.
Named for its author, the German minister of foreign affairs Arthur Zimmermann, the so-called Zimmermann Telegram threw a disturbing light on German wartime diplomacy in Mexico and it catalyzed the United States' entry into the First World War.
The Zimmermann Telegram (or Zimmermann Note) was a 1917 diplomatic proposal from the German Empire for Mexico to join the Central Powers, in the event of the United States entering World War I on the side of the Entente Powers. The proposal was intercepted and decoded by British intelligence...
The Zimmermann Telegram was a note sent in 1917 from the German Foreign Minister Zimmermann to his ambassador in Mexico, containing details of a proposed alliance against America; it was intercepted and published, strengthening US public support for war against Germany as part of World War One.
In a crucial step toward U.S. entry into World War I, President Woodrow Wilson learns of the so-called Zimmermann Telegram, a message from German Foreign Secretary Arthur Zimmermann to the German ...