Why did George Bush start World War One?
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
For the same reason he started the Civil war and beat Napoleon.Source(s): CV
- abitleftofcenterLv 69 years ago
Samuel Bush, George's great grandfather, was the one involved in WWI. He was in charge of an ammunition section of the War Industries Board. His own company sold arms to the majority of the combatants on both sides. Congressional committee hearings were held in the 1930s over this, Bush and other weapons manufacturers were accused of manipulating us into the war. Nothing came of the hearings
- ?Lv 69 years ago
He didn't. He started the Iraq war, the Afghanistan war, and many drone strikes in Somalia, Yemen, and Pakistan.
- Mad RoyLv 69 years ago
You will be blaming him for the fall of Rome and Greece next! Sheesh!
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- TarKettleLv 69 years ago
If you're getting ready to write a work of fiction, make sure it's plausible.
- Shaun HoltLv 69 years ago
He wanted the Kaiser's oil.
- wtincLv 79 years ago
- Anonymous9 years ago
You should only blame Bush for things that were his fault.
- u_bin_calledLv 79 years ago
His mom was making sandwiches and said "Go get the kaiser...."
- Coach is backLv 69 years ago
he is not old enough WW1 started in 1915 (in Europe, 1918 for U.S.A.)