the policy of a powerful nation seeking to control the economic
They are reasons for imperialism.
What do theses have in common? Raw Materials, duty to spread religion to people seen as "less civilized", competition, looking for new markets
Who promoted the idea that it was "the white man's burden" to spread religion to people seens as "less civilized"?
What is it called when America moves from East to the West to get more land?
What is the policy whereby America tends to it's own needs?
Treaty of Kanagawa
What was the treaty called when Mattheew Perry asked the Japanese to open trading with the U.S.?
Treaty of Kanagawea
What treaty accepted American demands to help ship- wreaked sailors and opened 2 Japanese ports of trade?
How long did it take for the Japanese emperor to accept the Treaty of Kanagawea? (He accepted it when Matthew Perry returned to Japan with 7 warships)
What country did Alaska belong to before America?
Who did the czar of Russia sell Alaska to for 7.2 million dollars?
What was the chain of islands in the South Pacific that had a fine harbor that could serve as a naval base and commercial port?
What countries competed for Samoa? Britain, the United States, and ?.
Out of theses 3 countries- Germany, Britain, U.S. - which did not recieve a part of Samoa, but recieved other islands in the Pacific?
What was the name of the British sea captain that stopped at Hawaii in 1778?
Faced with U.S. guns, Lilivokalani, the queen of Hawaii, gave up the throne in ?.
Congress annexed Hawaii in ?.
Hawaii became the 50th state in ?.
They are reasons for expansion.
What do these have in common? Because we don't want competition to get anything, to find markets for goods, for raw materials, trade
They are causes of the Spanish- American War.
What do these have in common? Revolution in Cuba aginst Spanish Rule, Free Cuba Movement, Tactics of Spanish government to quell the burning of the sugar cane fields.
Marti and de Tio
Who are some leaders of the Free Cuba movement? (2 last names; man and woman; no special spanish punctuation marks)
What country invested more than 50 million dollars in the Cuban economy, in sugar cane, rice and tobacco.
What American battle ship sent to protect American interests sat anchored in Havana Harbor and blew up?
Treaty of Paris
What treaty ended the Spanish- American war?
Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Phillipines
What 3 countries did the US get after the Spanish- American war?
What was opened after the Spanish- American war?
What act limited government the people of Puerto Rico?
What does Roosevelt add to the Monroe Doctrine?
What says that the U.S. has the authority to intervene in Latin American affairs with international police powers?
What is the policy of building strong economic ties with Latin America?
Wilson's goals were to condemn imperialism, spread democracy, and promote peace. What is this called?
What is a buildup of military defenses to compete with neighbors?
What are partnerships/allies?
What were France, Great Britain, and Russia all part of?
What were Austria-Hungary, Ottomans, and Germany all part of?
What is pride in one's country?
Archduke Frann Ferdinand and his wife
The spark that ignites the world before WW1 is the murder of ?.
Who murdered Archduke Frann Ferdinand and his wife?
Austria controlling Serbia is an example of ?.
What is it called when there is no one clear winner or loser? A ?.
Chlorine gas and mustard gas
What are two types of new gases used in WW1?
When WW1 begins, the US is ?.
Trench mouth, trench foot, lice, and unsanitary conditions all happened because soldiers lived in ?.
What country sinks the Lusitania?
What did Germany use to sink the Lusitania?
What is it called when Germany sends a message to Mexico asking them to invade the US and get their land back?
Does Mexico recieve the Zimmerman telegraph?
What is it called when the Russians revolt against Czar Nicholas and replace him with Lenin?
Brest- Litvck Treaty
What is the peace treaty that Russia signs with Germany, ending Russia's involvement in the war called?
Wilson feels that the US can enter WW1 because (blank) is out of the war.
Selective Service Act
What is the act that passes the draft called?
What administration supports meatless day and wheatless days?
What is it called what Americans lend money to the government?
Women working in WW1 changed the view that women were only fit for "?".
Industrial Workers of the World
What does IWW stand for?
Harlem Hell Fighters
What is 369th regiment from NY called?
Harlem Hell Fighters
Which group was under fire for longer than any others, 191 days?
Which battle was 100 miles outside Paris, lasted 3 weeks, showed the "grit " of the Marines, and was able to push Germany back?
What was the final battle of WW1?
What is a peace treaty called?
How many points are in Willson's plan for peace?
a League of Nations
What does Wilson propose in his 14th point?
Henry Cabot Lodge
The opposition for the League of Nations is lead by ?.