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Quiz 7:World War I

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Which nation suffered the most casualties during WWI?
Germany
developed in order to treat serious facial injuries
Reconstructive Surgery
a major cause for limb amputation
Gangrene
nickname for Woodrow Wilson
Woodie
organized by the Red Cross to help amputees
Cripple Parties
showed no interest in military issues during peacetime
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the diagnosis for this ailment was not very sophisticated
Mental illness
the leader who urged Mexico to wage war against the U.S., in exchange for the return of former territories
Zimmerman
The assassination of this country's arch-duke triggered the start of WWI.
Austria
This island-country was one of the leaders of the "Allied" powers.
Russia
This country was the first country to actually attack another at the start of the First World War.
England (Great Britain)
Germany's promise to identify ships before sinking them with a submarine torpedo
Sussex Pledge
attempting to dislodge the enemy soldiers from their WWI trench
going "over the top"
This country acted very aggressive prior to WWI, by mobilizing its army for fighting--even before any war had been declared.
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author of the "14 Points"
Woodrow Wilson
This country delayed entry into the war as long as possible--about three years after the start.
United States
treaty ending the First World War
Versailles
This country showed little remorse when one of its citizens assassinated a rival nation's leader.
Serbia
awarded huge amounts of territory and natural resources from Russia to Germany
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
From American Perspectives, "When Johnny Comes Marching Home": Congress promised to give veterans combat bonus payments. The veterans would receive such payments in:
1945
The major themes in the song, "Over There," (Virtual Reader) were ___________ and ____________.
Duty and Patriotism
In the course of WWI, all of the following infringed on American civil liberties except for one. Which was the EXCEPTION?
the issuance of government War Bonds
From American Perspectives, "When Johnny Comes Marching Home": _______ made the best artificial limbs.
United States
What agency best organized United States industry to provide materials for the military during World War I?
the War Industries Board
From American Perspectives, "When Johnny Comes Marching Home": _________ filled the jobs vacated by departing soldiers.
women and blacks