The RMS Lusitania was a British ocean liner that sank in 1915 due to Germany's declaration of the waters around Great Britain a war zone. This led to the death of 1195 passengers and brought the U.S.A. into the fold for possible future entrance into the War. When 128 US citizens died, this was the point when U.S. opinion began to turn against Germany. But what if Germany had decided not to declare the waters around Britain a war zone just a little while longer and started unrestricted submarine warfare at a later time instead focusing on harassing and with warning allied merchant ships? We will find out what would have happened. Introducing The Lustitania Lives, a work in progress by Nkbeeching.