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In 1914, the "Triple Entente" consisted of

Great Britain, France, Russia

On the eve of the Great War, the chief rivalry in Europe was between

Germany and Great Britain

The immediate cause of war in Europe in 1914 was

the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand

In 1914, when war erupted in Europe, President Woodrow Wilson

called on the American public to be completely impartial

In 1914-1915, the United States responded to a British naval blockade of Germany by

ending trade with Germany but continuing it with Great Britain

As a result of the sinking of the British passenger liner Lusitania

Germany pledged to the United States it would not repeat such an action

In mid-1916, President Woodrow Wilson

strongly supported a rapid increase of the nation's armed forces

In the election of 1916, supporters of Woodrow Wilson

claimed his Republican opponent would lead the nation into war

In January 1917, President Woodrow Wilson, in a speech before Congress

In January 1917, President Woodrow Wilson, in a speech before Congress

The so-called Zimmerman telegram

included a proposal for the return of the American Southwest to Mexico

In March 1917, the United States moved closer to entering the Great War when

the Bolsheviks came to power in Russia

President Woodrow Wilson's request to Congress for a declaration of war

was debated for four days before it passed

As the United States entered World War I, its most immediate military effect was in

the Atlantic Ocean

As the United States entered World War I

Britain and France had few reserves of combat-age men

The United States Selective Service Act

was supported by President Woodrow Wilson

During World War I, American ground troops

saw combat that was relatively brief but intense

In World War I, the American Expeditionary Force was commanded by

John Pershing

During World War I, the United States military role in Europe

lasted only a few months but saw heavy American casualties

During World War I, extensive systems of trenches were used by both sides because

the destructive power of weapons meant soldiers could not live in the open field

During World War I, the new technology of warfare

both A and B

During World War I, airplanes were used for all the following EXCEPT

transporting troops

During World War I, technologically-advanced submarines used engines powered by


The country that lost the greatest number of lives in World War I was


United States's casualties in World War I were

as likely to be from disease as from combat

During World War I, the United States government primarily financed the war through

public bond sales and new taxes

During World War I, the Council of National Defense (CND) organized the national economy by

specific economic sectors

During World War I, the War Industries Board (WIB)

coordinated government purchases of military supplies

In 1918, the National War Labor Board did NOT give American workers

a national minimum wage

In the United States during World War I, the Committee on Public Information (CPI)

became increasingly sensationalist in its information campaign

The Sabotage Act and the Sedition Act of 1918

made illegal any public expression opposing the war

In the United States, after it entered World War I

all of the above

President Woodrow Wilson's "Fourteen Points" included

an end to secret treaties

In 1918, President Wilson's Fourteen Points received significant political support from

neither A nor B

In 1918, President Woodrow Wilson antagonized many Republicans when he

both A and B

In 1919, all of the following figures were at the Paris peace conference EXCEPT

Alexander Kerensky of Russia

In 1919, President Woodrow Wilson believed the Paris peace conference treaty

was a success because of the acceptance of the League of Nations

When President Woodrow Wilson presented the Treaty of Versailles to the Senate

the American public clearly supported its ratification

During the last eighteen months of Woodrow Wilson's presidency

he was largely an invalid

In 1919, the United States Senate voted on the Treaty of Versailles to

not ratify it

Following World War I, the American economy

boomed for many months

In 1919, American labor unrest saw

a general strike in Seattle that brought the city to a standstill.

As a result of the service of African American soldiers in World War I

activism by blacks for their rights increased

During World War I, the "Great Migration" in the United States referred to

rural southern blacks moving to northern industrial cities

In 1919, the racial climate in the United States

worsened in both the North and South

The most prominent leader of black nationalism following World War I was

Marcus Garvey

Marcus Garvey

encouraged African Americans to reject assimilation into white society

In 1919, the Red Scare in the United States

was partly motivated by a series of bombings

During the Red Scare of 1919, Attorney General Mitchell Palmer

neither A nor B

In 1920, Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti

all of the above

In 1920, passage of the Nineteenth Amendment

gave women the right to vote

The election of 1920 saw

voters turn away from international idealism

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