French confiscation of Natchez lands and the town of ___ led to violent retaliation.
The war fought from 1729-1731.
The French governor during the Chickasaw War.
French and Indian
The war fought from 1754 to 1763.
Louisiana was ceded from France to Spain to avoid losing it to Great Britain through the Treaty of ___ in 1763.
The French merchants dislike the new Spanish governor, Ulloa. His policies enforcing ___ law disrupted existing (though illegal) trade.
The French Superior Council was replaced by a Spanish ___.
The war fought from 1775 to 1783.
The Treaty of Paris of 1763 limited expansion of British colonists beyond the ___ Mountains.
Governor ___ aided the American colonists during the Revolution, sending supplies and attacking the British in Florida.
___, a New Orleans merchant, helped supply the American revolutionaries.
The French ___ (middle class) resented the misrule of the old aristocracy.
The ___ (intellectuals) in France advocated for change and reform.
The French King ___'s support of the American Revolution had bankrupted France.
___ rose to power in the chaos of the French Revolution.
Napoleon forced the return of Louisiana from the Spanish in the Treaty of ___ in 1800 and sold it to the United States in 1803.
The British ___ (capture and forced servitude) of American sailors and the American goal of conquering Canada to expel Britain from North America were causes of the War of 1812.
The Treaty of ___ ended the War of 1812.
The British invaded Louisiana in the War of 1812 but were soundly beaten by General ___ with help from local allies such as Jean Lafitte.
The ___ War was fought from 1846 to 1848.
The ___ Party had opposed the popular Mexican-American War and support for them declined.
The war fought from 1861 to 1865.
The CSA believed they had the right to leave (___) from the USA.
Northern ___ objected to slavery in the South.
Southern planters resented protectionist ___ that favored northern industry over southern agriculture.
"___" journalists in the United States exaggerated claims of Spanish atrocities in Cuba before the Spanish-American War.
The U. S. S. ___ exploded in Havana's harbor. The United States blamed Spain for the explosion.
The war fought in 1898.
The war fought from 1914 to 1918 (abbreviation).
In World War I Germany, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and others were the...
In World War I Great Britain, France, Russia, and later the United States were the...
The assassination of the heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire by a Serbian terrorist triggered a series of ___.
WWI caused an increased demand for ___ that brought temporary prosperity to some.
The war fought from 1939 to 1945 (abbreviation).
In World War II Germany, Japan, and Italy were the...
During WWII Great Britain, France, and later the Soviet Union and the United States were the...
___ in post-WWI Germany created a sense of desperation.
Adolf Hitler used ___ to get elected and then ended democracy in Germany.
Hitler's invasion of ___ led to war with France and Britain.
Hitler erred by attacking the ___ in June 1941 because he could not sustain a war on two fronts.
The Japanese attack on ___ brought the United States into WWII in December 1941.
Massive ___ maneuvers were held in Louisiana just before WWII. Many Louisianians fought in WWII.
The conflict that lasted from 1945 to 1991.
The periods of greatest tension during the Cold War were from 1948 to 1953 and the ___ Missile Crisis of October 1962
The ___ worked to expand communism while the Americans sought to contain communism and maintain democratic capitalism.
The war that lasted from 1950 to 1953.
North Korean dictator ___ convinced Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin to support and equip an invasion of South Korea to expand communism.
The war that was fought from 1954 to 1975.
Vietnamese nationalists fought for independence from ___.
Many ___ escaped communism and immigrated to Louisiana.
The __ War started when Iraq invaded Kuwait and the United States led an alliance to expel the Iraqis and reinstate the government of Kuwait.
The United States struck the Taliban in ___ for harboring Al-Qaeda.
The U.S. attacked ___ in the belief that dictator Saddam Hussein might be developing weapons-of-mass-destruction (WMDs) for use by terrorists.
War on Terror
The war that started in 2001 is the ___.