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How did President Woodrow Wilson react to the outbreak of The Great War in Europe in August 1914?
He stated that the United States must be neutral in fact, as well as in name.
He officially stated that the United States was neutral, yet secretly supplied the British over the Germans.
He immediately asked Congress to pass The Selective Service Act in order to increase the number of men in the American armed forces.
He hosted a White House conference for the British Prime Minister and German Chancellor in order to bring an end to the conflict.
He used his executive authority to create The War Industries Board to prepare the nation's industries for possible war.