← World War uno :) Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Allied Powers
- Treaty of Versailles
- War Industries board
- National War Labor Board
- a Treaty that came after WW1 that forced Germany to accept the blame for the war and pay $33 billion in war reparations.
- b Another side fighting in WW1 made up of: France, Italy, Russia, England (Britain), United States, and Serbia
- c A board of people that gave government more control over the economy during the war.
- d Settled conflicts between workers and factory owners, so is not to slow down production.
- e Money that a defeated nation pays for destruction caused during the war.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Wilson's goals for peace following the war, including smaller military forces, an end to secret treaties, freedom of the seas, freedom of trade, and The League of Nations.
- Fighting in which combatants fought from trenches firing artillery and machine guns at each other.
- raids of suspected radicals by federal agents ordered by Attorney General Mitchell Palmer in January 1920; more than 6,000 people were arrested with no search warrants were used in dragging suspects of to jail.
- telegram from Germany to Mexico intercepted by the British; Germany proposes that Mexico help Germany and in exchange Germany would help Mexico recapture the lost territories of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona.
- Extreme national pride
5 True/False Questions
Second Battle of the Marne → international organization devised by Woodrow Wilson to settle conflicts and avoid war.
Great Migration → Between 1910 and 1920 about 500,00 african americans moved to northern cities to escape poverty and persecution.
Red Scare → Fear of communist infiltration in the US during 1919 to 1920
Oliver Wendel Holmes → supreme court justice who handed down decision in Schenk vs. US that free speech could be curbed if it posed a "clear and present danger".
Meuse-Argonne Offensive → the Allied final offensive; 1.2 million U.s. soldiers take part in massive drive pushing Germans back between Argonne Forest and the Meuse River.