This paper explores to what extent the United States kept to its policy of neutrality in 1914-1915 before it officially entered WWI. The paper discusses key figures in defining Anglo-American relations. After considering both economic and diplomatic factors in American foreign policy, the paper concludes that the United States had a vested interest in an Allied victory from the outset of the war.
Blohm, Kailian, "America in WWI 1914-1915: Neutral in Policy, Allied in Practice" (2023). History Student Projects. 5.