Welcome to our World War I Hypertextopia assignment. In our assignment, we dealt with two separate cases as to why the U.S. became involved in the war, please read through our interviews and diary entries from World War I.
In the first case, the essential question was asked: Was the U.S. under attack despite it's neutrality? The first interview talks with a captain from a German U-Boat, and his experiences through his journey. The second part is a diary entry from the Captain of the Lusitania, William Turner. The third part in an interview with President Woodrow Wilson. Lastly, the fourth interview is with German Chancellor, Teobald von Bethmann-Hollweg.
In the second case, the essential question was asked: Was WWI good for business? The first interview talks with an American Farmer. The second part is a diary entry written by President Woodrow Wilson and his input about the business being good or not. The third part is an interview with a German Officer talking about the German economy during this time. In conclusion, the fourth interview is about an American reported interviewing a German solider, and his input about the economies business.
Please click the Case 1 button below and follow through to Case 2. When you're finished, please click the Conclusion button and answer our questions on the Google form link provided.