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Score: Advantages the United States brought to the Allied cause included everything listed except: A. a boost in morale B. supplies and equipment C. the Russian surrender D. the strength to drive the Germans back
Advantages the United States brought to the Allied cause included everything listed except: the Russian surrender.
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american involvement in the wester hemisphere including the boxer rebelion
Weegy: American Marines had been involved in the Boxer rebellion of 1900 in which Chinese Nationalists attempted to drive all foreigners out of the country. [ John Hay's Open Door policy was a diplomatic venture designed to guarantee that all nations would have equal opportunities to trade with China, a nation recognized everywhere as a valuable source of economic development. Asian workers continued to enter the United States, mostly through California, during the early 1900s, and anti-Japanese feelings began to emerge, as they had over the Chinese railroads workers who had settled in ghettoes in western cities in the late 1800s. In 1906 tensions were raised when the San Francisco School Board created separate schools for Oriental children, which brought immediate protests from Asia. President Roosevelt arrived at a “Gentlemen’s Agreement” with Japan under which the Japanese government would limit emigration to the United States. great white fleetIn 1908 the Root-Takahira Agreement between the U.S. and Japan provided that both nations would respect each other’s interests in the Pacific and observe the Open Door in China. Subsequent communications and agreements were an attempt to reassure Japan and China that the United States had no aggressive intentions toward either nation. As one of his last acts before leaving office, President Theodore Roosevelt sent the “great white fleet” on a world cruise, which included Asia, demonstrating that the United States was now a major naval power and had no fear of Japan. Critics worried about the possible repercussions, but when the fleet steamed into Tokyo Bay, the Americans were met by hundreds of Japanese children waving American flags and singing the “Star Spangled Banner” in English. ] (More)
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