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Chapter 30 (1917-1918)
unrestricted submarine warfare
Zimmermann Note
Fourteen Points
George Creel
A policy that the Germans announced in January 1917 which sta…
A secret document to Mexico that said Germany would help them…
A peace program presented to the U.S. Congress by President W…
A journalist who was the head of the Committee of Public Info…
unrestricted submarine warfare
A policy that the Germans announced in January 1917 which sta…
Zimmermann Note
A secret document to Mexico that said Germany would help them…
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Consolidation of power (1917-1918)
27 October 1917
1 November 1917
2 November 1917
10 November 1917
Decrees on land and press issued
Sovnarkom rejects demands for coalition government
Ethnic minorities - self determination
Ranks and titles denoting social positions abolished within a…
27 October 1917
Decrees on land and press issued
1 November 1917
Sovnarkom rejects demands for coalition government
WWI (1917-1918)
causes of WWI
imperialism
militarism
nationalism
-3 isms... - alliances
great scramble for colonies
aggressive build up of militaries (weapons)
competition to prove they're the best nation
causes of WWI
-3 isms... - alliances
imperialism
great scramble for colonies
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WWI (1917-1918)
Lafayette Escadrille of France
Its roster of aviators included an enl…
Cpl. Eugene Bullard
The Distinguished Service Cross
As early as 1915, Americans flew in the European war with bot…
A little known fact about the Lafayette Escadrille is that
This enlisted pilot, know was the Black Swallow of Death was…
During WWI Sgt. Fred Graveline, who served as an observer and…
Lafayette Escadrille of France
As early as 1915, Americans flew in the European war with bot…
Its roster of aviators included an enl…
A little known fact about the Lafayette Escadrille is that
1917-1918 WWI
Things from 1917 that shaped the 20th…
Foreign policy since beginning of Unit…
Definition of Isolationism
Why the U.S. begins to look outward`
1. Russian revolution ... 2. U.S. enters war... 3. War comes down t…
Isolationism
stay out of war and conflict that doesn't directly affect them
1. country is stable... 2. globe is shrinking... 3. global competit…
Things from 1917 that shaped the 20th…
1. Russian revolution ... 2. U.S. enters war... 3. War comes down t…
Foreign policy since beginning of Unit…
Isolationism
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WW1 (1917-1918)
What were the Germans two new secret w…
What did Arthur Balfour (1848-1930) say?
What did T. E. Laurence (1888-1935) say?
What happened on January 16, 1917?
Flame thrower & Grenade Launcher
On behalf of the British government "if the Jews fight with t…
On behalf of Great Britain "if the Arabs/Muslim fight in the…
The British intercept a telegram from Germany to Mexico. Wood…
What were the Germans two new secret w…
Flame thrower & Grenade Launcher
What did Arthur Balfour (1848-1930) say?
On behalf of the British government "if the Jews fight with t…
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WWI- 1917-1918
Lloyd George's stuggle
Nivelle Offensive
Outcome of Nivelle offensive
Haig is planning to attack at Ypres bc
Hates Douglas Haig, but the people like him, so he can't fire…
-British would be a distraction while French attacked in a di…
-over 100,000 are court marshaled... -55 are shot... -French are do…
he believes the war can still be won with direct frontal assult
Lloyd George's stuggle
Hates Douglas Haig, but the people like him, so he can't fire…
Nivelle Offensive
-British would be a distraction while French attacked in a di…
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WWI (1917-1918)
What was going on?
14 Points Speech
Zimmerman Telegraph
What happened?
- Wilson saw blooming war in Europe... - He was isolationist and…
- Wilson's speech laying out 14 things to be expected if war…
- Zimmerman sent telgraph to German ambassador in US and told…
- Wilson did not declare war... - 5 American ships sunk after en…
What was going on?
- Wilson saw blooming war in Europe... - He was isolationist and…
14 Points Speech
- Wilson's speech laying out 14 things to be expected if war…
World War 1 1914-1918 (1917-1918)
Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated
Germany Moves First
United States Announces Neutrality
The U.S. Declares War
June 28, 1914
August 4, 1914
August 19, 1914
April 6, 1917
Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated
June 28, 1914
Germany Moves First
August 4, 1914
Russia (1917) 1918-21
Why were the Provisional Government ab…
What happened in the October Revolutio…
What were the main actions of the Sovn…
What was the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk?…
-Failed to end war... -Lenin good public speaking... -Trotsky's Red…
The Red Guard killed the Provisional Government and seized po…
-Peace talked opened with Germany... -Land which was owned by th…
Lenin was desperate to end the war with Germany. ... Russia lost…
Why were the Provisional Government ab…
-Failed to end war... -Lenin good public speaking... -Trotsky's Red…
What happened in the October Revolutio…
The Red Guard killed the Provisional Government and seized po…
World War One - 1917-1918
Life on the Home Front
Revoluton
End of American Neutrality
German Naval
women start working in factories, being nurses, become increa…
French soldiers stop obeying... revolutions in Russia - governme…
economic interests... political and ethnic identification... German…
Germany is better underwater than on water... submarines, u-boat…
Life on the Home Front
women start working in factories, being nurses, become increa…
Revoluton
French soldiers stop obeying... revolutions in Russia - governme…
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APUSH Chapter 30 (1917-1918)
What was the start of America entering…
"Peace without victory"
Zimmerman Note
Wilson's Fourteen Points Address
In May of 1915, a German U-boat attacked the Lusitania, a Bri…
Beating Germany without... embarrassing them.
Written by German foreign secretary Arthur Zimmerman, it secr…
They were a set of idealistic goals for peace. The main point…
What was the start of America entering…
In May of 1915, a German U-boat attacked the Lusitania, a Bri…
"Peace without victory"
Beating Germany without... embarrassing them.
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The Russian revolution 1917-1918 (people)
Nicholas ll
Alexander kerensky
Vladimir Lenin
Grigory Rasputin
The tsar in power at the time
Active participant in the provisional government and the Petr…
The founder of the Bolshevik party and organiser of the Octob…
Self-proclaimed mystic who gained significant influence over…
Nicholas ll
The tsar in power at the time
Alexander kerensky
Active participant in the provisional government and the Petr…
Lecture --> The Course of the War: 1917 - 1918
Why did the US enter World War I?
How popular was the declaration of war?
How prepared was the US for war?
What new tactics did the Germans intro…
Causes of entering... - Resumption of unrestricted submarine war…
The Declaration of War: 6 April 1917... - German-Americans oppos…
America's unpreparedness for war... - America's miniscule regula…
The Last German Offensive (wasn't successful)... Moved their tro…
Why did the US enter World War I?
Causes of entering... - Resumption of unrestricted submarine war…
How popular was the declaration of war?
The Declaration of War: 6 April 1917... - German-Americans oppos…
APUSH Chapter 30 (1917-1918)
ZImmerman Note
Wilson's 14 Points
Committee on Public Information
The Creel Organization
Written by German foreign sec. Arthut Zimmerman... - secretly pr…
1. No more secret treaties ... 2. Freedom of the seas was to be…
Created to sell the war to those people who were against it o…
Sent out an army of 75,000 men to deliver speeches in favor o…
ZImmerman Note
Written by German foreign sec. Arthut Zimmerman... - secretly pr…
Wilson's 14 Points
1. No more secret treaties ... 2. Freedom of the seas was to be…
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The Russian revolution 1917-1918 (terms)
April thesis
Bolsheviks
Dual power
Petrograd soviet
The ideas for Russia's future that vladimir lenin had
A radical political party led by Vladimir Lenin
A term referring to the two governments that Russia had follo…
A sort of underground revolutionary labour union for workers…
April thesis
The ideas for Russia's future that vladimir lenin had
Bolsheviks
A radical political party led by Vladimir Lenin
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WWI - End of the War (1917-1918)
Czar Nicholas II
Vladimir Lenin
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
Woodrow Wilson
was the last Czar of Russia, and stepped down in March during…
a communist leader that returned from exile in Switzerland wi…
a treaty that was signed by Russian and Germany and that ende…
the current U.S. present that issued neutrality
Czar Nicholas II
was the last Czar of Russia, and stepped down in March during…
Vladimir Lenin
a communist leader that returned from exile in Switzerland wi…
Policies and events between 1917 and 1918
What was the All-Russian Congress of S…
What was Sovnarkom?
Who were some key members of Sovnarkom?
What was the Decree on Land?
Local soviets (workers councils) sent representatives to the…
It was essentially the new Russian cabinet elected by the All…
Lenin, Stalin, Trotsky.
Passed in October 1917, it gave peasants the right to seize l…
What was the All-Russian Congress of S…
Local soviets (workers councils) sent representatives to the…
What was Sovnarkom?
It was essentially the new Russian cabinet elected by the All…
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World War 1 (1917-1918)
Why was the US neutral for so long?
CHANGING OUR TUNE
Explain the Zimmerman Note (1917)
Explain the Bolshevik Revolution (1917)
-native ethnicities representing both sides... -traded with both…
~~
German ambassador to Mexico said if Mexico declares war again…
group of communists established a communist reign (soviet uni…
Why was the US neutral for so long?
-native ethnicities representing both sides... -traded with both…
CHANGING OUR TUNE
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Chapter 31: The War to End War, 1917-1918
1915
1917
1918
1919
Council of National Defense established
Germany resumes unrestricted submarine warfare.... Zimmermann no…
Wilson proposes the Fourteen Points.... Sedition Act of 1918.... Ba…
Paris Peace Conference and the Treaty of Versailles.... Wilson's…
1915
Council of National Defense established
1917
Germany resumes unrestricted submarine warfare.... Zimmermann no…
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The War to End War,1917-1918
depredation
mobilization
pardon
ration
A destructive assault or plundering. "... Wilson had drawn a…
The organization of a nation and its armed forces for war. "C…
The official release of a person from punishment for a crime.…
A fixed allowance of food or other scarce commodity. "He deli…
depredation
A destructive assault or plundering. "... Wilson had drawn a…
mobilization
The organization of a nation and its armed forces for war. "C…
Chapter 30: The War to End War, 1917-1918
False
True
True
True
Germany responded to Wilson's call for "peace without victory…
Wilson's proclamation of the war as a crusade to end all war…
Among Wilson's Fourteen Points were freedom of the seas, nati…
The Committee on Public Information used an aroused American…
False
Germany responded to Wilson's call for "peace without victory…
True
Wilson's proclamation of the war as a crusade to end all war…
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Russian Revolution 1917-1918 - Terms
April Theses
Bolsheviks
Cadets
Constituent Assembly
The ideas for Russia's future that Vladimir Lenin expressed u…
A radical political party, led by Vladimir Lenin, that split…
A political group (an acronym for Constitutional Democrats) t…
An elected body of representatives from around Russia, create…
April Theses
The ideas for Russia's future that Vladimir Lenin expressed u…
Bolsheviks
A radical political party, led by Vladimir Lenin, that split…
World War 1 (1917-1918)
Irreconcilables
WW1 Justifications
Zimmerman telegram
Reservationists
-Senators opposed to ratification of the Treaty of Versailles…
-Unrestricted Submarine Warfare... -Zimmerman telegram... -Protecti…
-A telegram Germany Sent to Mexico to convince Mexico to atta…
-led by Henry Cabot Lodge... -Senators who pledged to vote in fa…
Irreconcilables
-Senators opposed to ratification of the Treaty of Versailles…
WW1 Justifications
-Unrestricted Submarine Warfare... -Zimmerman telegram... -Protecti…
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Russian Revolution 1917-1918 - People
Alexander I
Alexander II
Alexander III
Felix Dzerzhinsky
The Russian tsar, or emperor, whose death in 1825 prompted a…
The Tsar who formally abolished serfdom in 1861, freeing Russ…
The son of and successor to the assassinated Tsar Alexander I…
A Polish-born revolutionary who joined the Bolshevik Party af…
Alexander I
The Russian tsar, or emperor, whose death in 1825 prompted a…
Alexander II
The Tsar who formally abolished serfdom in 1861, freeing Russ…
Herwig: The German Victories of 1917-1918
Need for change
New Strategy
Operation Alberich
Changes
By end of 1916 prospects were bleak for Central Powers, Kaise…
Paul von Hindenberg and Erich Ludendorff opted for long term…
Create five separate concrete and steel reinforced defensive…
Luddendorff:"Men as well as horses, must be replaced more and…
Need for change
By end of 1916 prospects were bleak for Central Powers, Kaise…
New Strategy
Paul von Hindenberg and Erich Ludendorff opted for long term…
The war to End War, 1917-1918
What caused the US to break off diplom…
What events led the US to war?
What was the Zimmerman telegram?
When Wilson asked the Senate for a dec…
Germans revoked the Sussex pledge and said they would sink an…
Zimmerman telegram, revolution in Russia, and Submarine warfa…
Secret alliance that Mexico would help Germany in war and Mex…
To make the world safe for democracy
What caused the US to break off diplom…
Germans revoked the Sussex pledge and said they would sink an…
What events led the US to war?
Zimmerman telegram, revolution in Russia, and Submarine warfa…
The American Pageant Chapter 30: The War to End War 1917-1918
Schenck v. United States
Château-Thierry, Battle of
Committee on Public Information
Espionage Act
A Supreme Court decision that upheld the Espionage and Sediti…
The first significant engagement of American troops in World…
A government office during World War I known popularly as the…
A law prohibiting interference with the draft and other acts…
Schenck v. United States
A Supreme Court decision that upheld the Espionage and Sediti…
Château-Thierry, Battle of
The first significant engagement of American troops in World…
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Ch. 31 The War to End War (1917-1918)
Woodrow Wilson
Unrestricted submarine warfare
Trench warfare
Sussex Pledge
..., 28th president of the United States, known for World War…
A policy that the Germans announced on January 1917 which sta…
A form of warfare in which opposing armies fight each other f…
A promise Germany made to America, after Wilson threatened to…
Woodrow Wilson
..., 28th president of the United States, known for World War…
Unrestricted submarine warfare
A policy that the Germans announced on January 1917 which sta…
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The war to End War, 1917-1918
What caused the US to break off diplom…
What events led the US to war?
What was the Zimmerman telegram?
When Wilson asked the Senate for a dec…
Germans revoked the Sussex pledge and said they would sink an…
Zimmerman telegram, revolution in Russia, and Submarine warfa…
Secret alliance that Mexico would help Germany in war and Mex…
To make the world safe for democracy
What caused the US to break off diplom…
Germans revoked the Sussex pledge and said they would sink an…
What events led the US to war?
Zimmerman telegram, revolution in Russia, and Submarine warfa…
18 terms
Chapter 30: The War to End War (1917-1918)
Wilson's "Fourteen Points" Address
Committee on Public Information
Espionage Act of 1917
Sedition Act of 1918
A set of idealistic goals for peace that included the followi…
Headed by George Creel, was... created to "sell" the war to thos…
Intended to prohibit interference with military operations or…
Made it a crime to "willfully utter, print, write, or publish…
Wilson's "Fourteen Points" Address
A set of idealistic goals for peace that included the followi…
Committee on Public Information
Headed by George Creel, was... created to "sell" the war to thos…
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Chapter 31 ~ The War to End War 1917-1918
Sussex Pledge
Zimmermann Note
March 1917
April 2, 1917
- Germany damaged a merchant ship killing 80 different people…
- Germany proposed German-Mexican alliance and encouraged Mex…
- Germany sinks 4 unarmed merchant ships
- Wilson asks Congress to declare war
Sussex Pledge
- Germany damaged a merchant ship killing 80 different people…
Zimmermann Note
- Germany proposed German-Mexican alliance and encouraged Mex…
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Chapter 19 The First World War, 1917-1918
Central Powers
Allies
Neutrality
British Blockade
Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire
Britain, France, and Russia- Later joined by Italy
A position of not taking sides in a conflict
The British blockaded the German coast to prevent weapons and…
Central Powers
Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire
Allies
Britain, France, and Russia- Later joined by Italy
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The War to End War, 1917-1918 Vocab
"Peace Without Victory" Speech
Zimmerman telegram
Fourteen Points Address
Committee on Public Information
Wilson's appeal to all the belilgerents in Jan. 1917, just be…
Message that contained a German proposal to Mexico for an ant…
Wilson's idealistic statement of American war aims in Jan. 19…
American government propaganda agency that aroused zeal for W…
"Peace Without Victory" Speech
Wilson's appeal to all the belilgerents in Jan. 1917, just be…
Zimmerman telegram
Message that contained a German proposal to Mexico for an ant…
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Ch 30 The War to End War: 1917-1918
unrestricted submarine warfare
Zimmermann Note
April 6, 1917
Jeannette Rankin
German warlords responded to Wilsons neutral address with a b…
Eventually published in American papers, this was an attempt…
After aggressive German action like the Zimmermann note and t…
the first congresswoman of Montana, who was one of at least 6…
unrestricted submarine warfare
German warlords responded to Wilsons neutral address with a b…
Zimmermann Note
Eventually published in American papers, this was an attempt…
51 terms
Chapter 30 The War to End War, 1917-1918
Arthur Zimmermann
March 1, 1917
April 2, 1917
April 6, 1917
German foreign secretary who had secretly proposed a German-M…
Zimmermann note was intercepted and published
Wilson stood before a joint session of Congress and asked for…
America declared war with Germany
Arthur Zimmermann
German foreign secretary who had secretly proposed a German-M…
March 1, 1917
Zimmermann note was intercepted and published
Ch 31 the war to end war 1917-1918
Germ said would start sinking all ship…
Zimmerman man note
The overt acts
News of revolution in Russia
...
Infuriated us Arthur Zimmerman proposed a germ mex alliance t…
Where germ u boats sank 4 unarmed American merchant vessels
Amer could now fight for democracy with the allies
Germ said would start sinking all ship…
...
Zimmerman man note
Infuriated us Arthur Zimmerman proposed a germ mex alliance t…
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Chapter 30 - The War to End War, 1917 - 1918
Zimmermann note (date)
Fourteen Points
Committee on Public Information
Espionage Act
March 1917, German foreign secretary, Arthur Zimmermann, prop…
Wilson's address to Congress, highlighted the end goals of th…
Wilson created a task force for exciting Americans about the…
1917, paired with the Sedition Act of 1918 was a reflection o…
Zimmermann note (date)
March 1917, German foreign secretary, Arthur Zimmermann, prop…
Fourteen Points
Wilson's address to Congress, highlighted the end goals of th…
23 terms
Chapter 30: the war to End War (1917-1918)
Arthur Zimmerman
George Creel
William D. Haywood
Bernard Baruch
German's foreign secretary; wrote note: secret offer to Mexic…
head of the Committee on Public info; this man used man techn…
union leader of WW1; wanted to overthrow capitalism with ALL…
a wall Street broker before being chosen by President Wilson…
Arthur Zimmerman
German's foreign secretary; wrote note: secret offer to Mexic…
George Creel
head of the Committee on Public info; this man used man techn…
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Chapter 30: The War to End War, 1917-1918
Germany responded to Wilson's call for…
Wilson's proclamation of the war as a…
Among Wilson's Fourteen Points were fr…
The Committee on Public Information us…
False
True
True
True
Germany responded to Wilson's call for…
False
Wilson's proclamation of the war as a…
True
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Chapter 30: the War to End War, 1917-1918
Isolationism
Collective security
Mobilization
Pardon
In American diplomacy, the traditional belief that the United…
In international affairs, reliance on a group of nations or a…
The organization of a nation and its seemed forces for war
The official release of a person from punishment for a crime
Isolationism
In American diplomacy, the traditional belief that the United…
Collective security
In international affairs, reliance on a group of nations or a…
18 terms
Chapter 30: The War to End War, 1917-1918
Isolationism
Internationalism/Wilsonianism
Collective security
Mobilization
In American diplomacy, the traditional belief that the United…
The belief that America's national security requires involvem…
In international affairs, reliance on a group of nations or a…
The organization of a nation and its armed forces for war
Isolationism
In American diplomacy, the traditional belief that the United…
Internationalism/Wilsonianism
The belief that America's national security requires involvem…
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The War to End War 1917-1918 CH. 30
Peace without Victory
Woodrow Wilson
New Freedom
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
Speech given by Woodrow Wilson on January 22 1917. He talks a…
President from 1913-1921. He was a democrat who won his first…
...
January 31, 1917, the Germans wage unrestricted submarine war…
Peace without Victory
Speech given by Woodrow Wilson on January 22 1917. He talks a…
Woodrow Wilson
President from 1913-1921. He was a democrat who won his first…
41 terms
Chapter 19 The First World War, 1917-1918
Central Powers
Allies
Neutrality
British Blockade
Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire
Britain, France, and Russia- Later joined by Italy
A position of not taking sides in a conflict
The British blockaded the German coast to prevent weapons and…
Central Powers
Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire
Allies
Britain, France, and Russia- Later joined by Italy
30 The War to End War (1917-1918)
Zimmerman Note
Fourteen Points
Committee on Public Information
Espionage Act
...
...
...
...
Zimmerman Note
...
Fourteen Points
...
Chapter 30: The War to End War, 1917-1918
False
True
True
True
Germany responded to Wilson's call for "peace without victory…
Wilson's proclamation of the war as a crusade to end all war…
Among Wilson's Fourteen Points were freedom of the seas, nati…
The Committee on Public Information used an aroused American…
False
Germany responded to Wilson's call for "peace without victory…
True
Wilson's proclamation of the war as a crusade to end all war…
Chaoter 30: The War to End War, 1917-1918
George Creel
Eugene V. Debs
Bernard Baruch
Herbert Hoover
Journalist; tried to sell America on the war and sell the wor…
Convicted under the Espionage act in 1918
Wilson appointed him as he head of the War Industries Board;…
31st president of the U.S.; food administration
George Creel
Journalist; tried to sell America on the war and sell the wor…
Eugene V. Debs
Convicted under the Espionage act in 1918
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Chapter 30: The War to End War, 1917-1918
False
True
True
True
Germany responded to Wilson's call for "peace without victory…
Wilson's proclamation of the war as a crusade to end all war…
Among Wilson's Fourteen Points were freedom of the seas, nati…
The Committee on Public Information used an aroused American…
False
Germany responded to Wilson's call for "peace without victory…
True
Wilson's proclamation of the war as a crusade to end all war…
Ch 30: The War to End Wars, 1917-1918
explain the sparks of WWI
what were the long term European cause…
which countries were in the Central Po…
who was the ruler of Germany?
Gavrillo Princip, a young member of the Black Hand, kills the…
1.) nationalism... 2.) imperialism... 3.) militarism... 4.) secret all…
Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria
Kaiser Wilhelm II
explain the sparks of WWI
Gavrillo Princip, a young member of the Black Hand, kills the…
what were the long term European cause…
1.) nationalism... 2.) imperialism... 3.) militarism... 4.) secret all…
25 terms
The War to End War, 1917-1918 M/C
The immediate cause of American entry…
Wilson aroused the somewhat divided Am…
The capstone "Fourteenth Point" of Wil…
The purpose of George Creel's Committe…
Germany's resumption of unrestricted submarine warfare
Proclaiming an ideological war to end war and make the world…
an international organization to guarantee collective security
to whip up public support for the war and promote anti-German…
The immediate cause of American entry…
Germany's resumption of unrestricted submarine warfare
Wilson aroused the somewhat divided Am…
Proclaiming an ideological war to end war and make the world…
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