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History World War 1 & Spanish American War
The assassination of Archduke Franz Fe…
Woodrow Wilson
Austria-Hungary
The Black Hand
This was the spark that started World War I. Archduke Ferdina…
This was the president who was elected in 1912. When he ran f…
This Central Power empire during WWI, started the war with th…
This Serbian rebel group assassinated Archduke Ferdinand afte…
The assassination of Archduke Franz Fe…
This was the spark that started World War I. Archduke Ferdina…
Woodrow Wilson
This was the president who was elected in 1912. When he ran f…
World War American History
President Wilson
guerrillas
General John J. Pershing
Prussia
opposed to imperialism and believed democracy was necessary t…
an armed group that carries out surprise attacks, into New Me…
Took his troops into Mexico to capture Villa. ... was unsuccessf…
The roots of World War I can be traced back to the 1860s, whe…
President Wilson
opposed to imperialism and believed democracy was necessary t…
guerrillas
an armed group that carries out surprise attacks, into New Me…
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World war 1- American history
Main causes of ww1
Archduke franz Ferdinand
Gabriela princip
Triple entente
Militarism ... Alliances ... Imperialism ... Nationalism
Archduke of a-h... Killed in Sarajevo A-H
Serbian member of black hand... Killed archduke... From Bosnia
GB... France... Russia
Main causes of ww1
Militarism ... Alliances ... Imperialism ... Nationalism
Archduke franz Ferdinand
Archduke of a-h... Killed in Sarajevo A-H
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World War II American History
Communism
Fascism
Nazism
Totalitarianism
A political system characterized by a centrally planned econo…
A governmental system led by a dictator having complete power…
The doctrines of nationalism, racial purity, anti-Communism,…
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
Communism
A political system characterized by a centrally planned econo…
Fascism
A governmental system led by a dictator having complete power…
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American History World War II
Tokyo Raid
Firestorm
Dr. Shalmayer's book
Mother's Cross
This event killed more people in Japan than Hiroshima and Nag…
Caused by bombings and wind in Tokyo
Gave Hitler the idea for the Master Race
Given to women who had 6 children or more in Germany; conside…
Tokyo Raid
This event killed more people in Japan than Hiroshima and Nag…
Firestorm
Caused by bombings and wind in Tokyo
American History World War 2
Totalitarianism
Fascism
Purge
Nazism
a government that exerts total control over the nation and ... c…
political philosophy that emphasizes the importance of the na…
In political terms, the process of removing enemies and undes…
an extreme form of fascism shaped by Adolf Hitler's fanatical…
Totalitarianism
a government that exerts total control over the nation and ... c…
Fascism
political philosophy that emphasizes the importance of the na…
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History World War 1 & Spanish American War
Woodrow Wilson
U-boats
Allied Powers
Wilson's Fourteen Points
This was the president who was elected in 1912. When he ran f…
This new machinery used by the Germans in sea warfare, to att…
This alliance during WWI included the United States, Great Br…
This is the plan for post-World War I outlined by President W…
Woodrow Wilson
This was the president who was elected in 1912. When he ran f…
U-boats
This new machinery used by the Germans in sea warfare, to att…
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American History World War II
totalitarianism
fascism
Nazis
Sudetenland
a type of government in which the government has total power…
a type of totalitarian government let by a single, powerful l…
Hitler's political party that seized control of the German go…
The pare of Czechoslovakia bordering Germany, where many Germ…
totalitarianism
a type of government in which the government has total power…
fascism
a type of totalitarian government let by a single, powerful l…
29 terms
American History World War II
He was Roosevelt's vice -president
This marked the end of the war in Euro…
This death camp was the first liberate…
This general commanded Operation Overl…
Harry S. Truman
V-E Day
D-Day
Dwight D. Eisenhower
He was Roosevelt's vice -president
Harry S. Truman
This marked the end of the war in Euro…
V-E Day
World War 1 American History
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
HMS Lusitania
Zimmerman Telegram
Selective Service Act 1917
A German issued warning that all ships flying the flags of Br…
A British luxury-liner torpedoed by a U-boat in April 1915. T…
An intercepted dispatch from Germany to Mexico which urged Me…
A draft for the WW1 effort by Congress. In contrast to the Ci…
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
A German issued warning that all ships flying the flags of Br…
HMS Lusitania
A British luxury-liner torpedoed by a U-boat in April 1915. T…
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american history- world war I
his assassination triggered the war
what is nationalism
what is imperialism
what is militarism
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
feeling of intense pride in one's country
the establishment of overseas colonies
stockpiling and building of weapons
his assassination triggered the war
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
what is nationalism
feeling of intense pride in one's country
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American History: World War II
Who were the Axis and Allied powers du…
Why do you think Hitler was so success…
Why did FDR choose to curb military fu…
Why did Mussolini decide to invade Eth…
The main countries that were a part of the Axis Powers were J…
He gave his people hope after they had lost everything and ha…
Because the main set of problems that the United States was d…
Mussolini adopted a Hitler-like plan to expand the Italian te…
Who were the Axis and Allied powers du…
The main countries that were a part of the Axis Powers were J…
Why do you think Hitler was so success…
He gave his people hope after they had lost everything and ha…
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American History-World War 1
Neutrality
Nationalism
Imperialism
Militarism
the state of not taking sides.
a devotion to the interests and culture of one's nation.
a policy of extending your rule over foreign countries
the development of armed forces and their use as a tool of di…
Neutrality
the state of not taking sides.
Nationalism
a devotion to the interests and culture of one's nation.
American History II - World War I
MAIN causes of WWI
Allies
Central Powers
Archduke Ferdinand
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Russia, France, Britain (later the U.S. and several other cou…
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire (later Italy); "Bad…
His assassination was the "spark" to begin WWI
MAIN causes of WWI
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Allies
Russia, France, Britain (later the U.S. and several other cou…
American History- world war 2
Allies
Anti-Semitism
Appeasement
Arsenal
Great Britain, Soviet Union, USA-----opposed axis powers
prejudice against jews
granting of concessions to get hostile power in order to keep…
govs building(s) where arms and others war supplies are manuf…
Allies
Great Britain, Soviet Union, USA-----opposed axis powers
Anti-Semitism
prejudice against jews
American history world war I
Nationalism
Militarism
Alliance
Allies
A devotion to the interests and culture of one's nation.
The development of armed forces and their use as a tool of di…
A formal agreement or union between nations.
France, Britain, and Russia were Allies.
Nationalism
A devotion to the interests and culture of one's nation.
Militarism
The development of armed forces and their use as a tool of di…
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American History: World war 1
MAIN
Militarism
Alliance
Imperialism
Militarism, Alliances, Imperilism, Nationallism
Building a bigger and stronger military
A bond or a treaty with another country
Competition of colonies
MAIN
Militarism, Alliances, Imperilism, Nationallism
Militarism
Building a bigger and stronger military
American history world war 2
When did hitler come in power?
What was Hitler's goal?
What left Germany weak, poor, and humi…
What countries did hitler invade?
1933
To reunite the German speaking people whose land had been car…
The treaty of Versailles
Austria, Poland, and Czechoslovakia
When did hitler come in power?
1933
What was Hitler's goal?
To reunite the German speaking people whose land had been car…
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Main Causes of World War I--American History
Militarism
Alliances
Imperialism
Nationalism
1. The building up of an army or military to become more powe…
1. Countries who promise to help another country, especially…
1. Stronger countries taking over weaker territories to gain…
1. Intense pride in one's country... 2. Caused competition to b…
Militarism
1. The building up of an army or military to become more powe…
Alliances
1. Countries who promise to help another country, especially…
World War One - American History
Main Causes of WWI
Nationalism
Imperialism
Militarism
1.) Militarism... 2.) Alliances... 3.) Imperialism... 4.) Nationalism
a devotion to the interests and culture of one nation ... *ex:…
taking over of small, weak countries, by large, powerful coun…
the development of armed forces and their rule as a tool of d…
Main Causes of WWI
1.) Militarism... 2.) Alliances... 3.) Imperialism... 4.) Nationalism
Nationalism
a devotion to the interests and culture of one nation ... *ex:…
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World War One (American History )
Jeanette Rankin
Austria Hungry
Ottoman Empire
Archduke France Ferdinand
first women to hold office in the United States house of repr…
was a constitutional union of the Austrian empire and the kin…
founded at the end of the 1300 century Turkish leader
Heir of the Austrian throne was assassinated in 1914
Jeanette Rankin
first women to hold office in the United States house of repr…
Austria Hungry
was a constitutional union of the Austrian empire and the kin…
American History World War 1
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Nationalism
Imperialism
Alliances
Leader of Austrian-Hungary. Was murdered which spark WW1
patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts.
a policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
a union or association formed for mutual benefit, especially…
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Leader of Austrian-Hungary. Was murdered which spark WW1
Nationalism
patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts.
american history- world war I
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
feeling of intense pride in one's coun…
the establishment of overseas colonies
stockpiling and building of weapons
his assassination triggered the war
what is nationalism
what is imperialism
what is militarism
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
his assassination triggered the war
feeling of intense pride in one's coun…
what is nationalism
American History World War 1
reparations
armistice
stalemate
propaganda
payment by the losing country in a war to the winner for the…
a peace agreement to end fighting
a situation during a conflict when action stops because both…
information designed to influence opinion
reparations
payment by the losing country in a war to the winner for the…
armistice
a peace agreement to end fighting
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World War One American History
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
Militarism
Nationalism
o Germany , Austria-Hungary, Italy
o Great Britain, France, Russia
o Belief or desire of a gov't or people that a country should…
o A feeling that people of being loyal to & proud of their co…
Triple Alliance
o Germany , Austria-Hungary, Italy
Triple Entente
o Great Britain, France, Russia
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American History World War II
Joseph Stalin
Fascism
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Russian dictator; communist
government force in Italy under Mussolini
dictator of Italy; fascist
imprisoned for trying to overthrow government... wrote Mein Kemp…
Joseph Stalin
Russian dictator; communist
Fascism
government force in Italy under Mussolini
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World War 2 American History
Benito Mussolini
Anschluss
Wolf Packs
Case Yellow
came to power in 1922 and took the title IL Dulce (Leader) in…
hitler forced Austria to join Germany forces in 1938
groups of German subs that hunted merchant ships
Germany invades France in May of 1940 and conquers the countr…
Benito Mussolini
came to power in 1922 and took the title IL Dulce (Leader) in…
Anschluss
hitler forced Austria to join Germany forces in 1938
American history world war II
axis powers
allied powers
the big three
Hitler
Germany, Italy, Japan
united states, Russia, Great Britain, France
Roosevelt, Stalin, Churchill
Germany leader
axis powers
Germany, Italy, Japan
allied powers
united states, Russia, Great Britain, France
World war 11 (American history)
battle of bulge
eva brawn
non-aggression pact
Blitzkreia
Germans launched a final offensive in 1944(through the Ardenn…
April 29,1945 hitler married Eva and both commitied suicide
Stalin and Hitler both agreed to never attack each other, and…
military strategy (used for 1st time in the invasion of Polan…
battle of bulge
Germans launched a final offensive in 1944(through the Ardenn…
eva brawn
April 29,1945 hitler married Eva and both commitied suicide
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American History- World War 1
neutral
no man's land
Lenin
the U.S.'s official position in 1914
vast, muddy land filled with shell craters and barber wires e…
Led the Bolshevik Revolution and got Russia out of the war
neutral
the U.S.'s official position in 1914
no man's land
vast, muddy land filled with shell craters and barber wires e…
American history- world war 2
Mussolini
Stalin
Hitler
Tojo
Leader of Italy... Il Duce--> the leader... Was born a socialist, b…
Leader of communist party in Russia ... Changes his name to Stal…
Nazi party Germany... Treaty of Versailles makes Germany weak ... C…
Made the orders for bombing Pearl Harbor... Invade east Asia in…
Mussolini
Leader of Italy... Il Duce--> the leader... Was born a socialist, b…
Stalin
Leader of communist party in Russia ... Changes his name to Stal…
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American History Chapter 17 World War I
alliance
Serbia
Ferdinand
Central Powers
support
wanted independence
Archduke of AH
AH, Germany
alliance
support
Serbia
wanted independence
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American History - World War I
Causes of the War
Central Powers
Allied Powers
Immediate Cause of WWI
Nationalism ... Imperialism ... Militarism ... Network of Alliances
Germany... Austria-Hungary ... Turkey... Bulgaria
France ... Great Britain... United States... Russia
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Causes of the War
Nationalism ... Imperialism ... Militarism ... Network of Alliances
Central Powers
Germany... Austria-Hungary ... Turkey... Bulgaria
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American History World War 1
Causes of the War
Militarism
Alliances
Imperialism
Militarism... Alliances ... Imperialism... Nationalism
(building weapons)
creating ''partners'' with other countries (surrounding count…
taking over another country
Causes of the War
Militarism... Alliances ... Imperialism... Nationalism
Militarism
(building weapons)
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American History- World War II
Germany invades Poland
start of WWII
Pearl Harbor
US enters WWII
September 1, 1939
September 1, 1939
December 7, 1941
December 7, 1941
Germany invades Poland
September 1, 1939
start of WWII
September 1, 1939
American History Chapter 21: World War I
June 28,1914
Extreme nationalism
Imperialism
Militarism
Archduke Francis Ferdinand was assassinated beginning of Worl…
Reason for war
Reason for war
Reason for war
June 28,1914
Archduke Francis Ferdinand was assassinated beginning of Worl…
Extreme nationalism
Reason for war
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American History World War II
Joseph Stalin
Fascism
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Russian dictator; communist
government force in Italy under Mussolini
dictator of Italy; fascist
imprisoned for trying to overthrow government... wrote Mein Kemp…
Joseph Stalin
Russian dictator; communist
Fascism
government force in Italy under Mussolini
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World War I (American History)
What event led to the start of WWI?
Battle of Somme
Battle of Verdun
Battle of the Marne
The assassination of of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
was one of the largest battles of the First World War. Fought…
Was one of the longest and bloodiest battles of the war, with…
was a First World War battle fought from 5-12 September 1914.…
What event led to the start of WWI?
The assassination of of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Battle of Somme
was one of the largest battles of the First World War. Fought…
American History: World War II
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Emperor Hirohito
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Leader of Italy, he is arrogant, self-absorbed. ... Nickname: "I…
Leader of Germany:... - National Socialist Party, Nazis... - WWI so…
Emperor of Japan:... - Military leadership runs the country... - Ex…
Became President in 1933... Roosevelt tried to expand trade to h…
Benito Mussolini
Leader of Italy, he is arrogant, self-absorbed. ... Nickname: "I…
Adolf Hitler
Leader of Germany:... - National Socialist Party, Nazis... - WWI so…
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American History: World War 1
Historians generally cite four long-te…
____ is a devotion to the interests an…
Various ________ resented domination b…
Many ethnic groups looked to larger na…
nationalism, imperialism, militarism, and the formation of al…
Nationalism
ethnic groups
protection
Historians generally cite four long-te…
nationalism, imperialism, militarism, and the formation of al…
____ is a devotion to the interests an…
Nationalism
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American History 2 - World War II
nonaggression pact
blitzkrieg
Charles de Gaulle
Winston Churchill
1939-Secret agreement between German leader Hitler and Soviet…
"Lighting war", typed of fast-moving warfare used by German f…
French general who became very popular during World War II as…
A noted British Prime Minister who led Britain throughout mos…
nonaggression pact
1939-Secret agreement between German leader Hitler and Soviet…
blitzkrieg
"Lighting war", typed of fast-moving warfare used by German f…
American history: World war 1
What is nationalism
What is imperialism
What is militarism
Who was part of the allied powers
Prode and logalth to country
Policy of extending authority over other countries economic,…
Building up armed forces in aggressive preparedness for war a…
Great Britain, France, Russia, US, Italy
What is nationalism
Prode and logalth to country
What is imperialism
Policy of extending authority over other countries economic,…
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American History Unit 6: World War ll
Kellogg-Briand
Emperor Hirohito
General Tojo
Benito Mussolini
A international agreement made in 1928, in which countries ar…
Totalitarian emperor of Japan during WWII. He believed he was…
Was the General of the Japanese Imperial Army under Hirohito…
Totalitarian Italian leader of the Fascist Party, ruling the…
Kellogg-Briand
A international agreement made in 1928, in which countries ar…
Emperor Hirohito
Totalitarian emperor of Japan during WWII. He believed he was…
World War II: American History
What were causes of WWII?
MAIN
Totalitarianism
Treaty of Versailles
MAIN, Dictators, Depression, World War I, Peace treaty after…
M: Militarism A: Alliances I: Imperialism N: Nationalism
Citizens are totally subject to an absolute state authority
BRAT: B:
What were causes of WWII?
MAIN, Dictators, Depression, World War I, Peace treaty after…
MAIN
M: Militarism A: Alliances I: Imperialism N: Nationalism
American History: World war 1
MAIN
Militarism
Alliance
Imperialism
Militarism, Alliances, Imperilism, Nationallism
Building a bigger and stronger military
A bond or a treaty with another country
Competition of colonies
MAIN
Militarism, Alliances, Imperilism, Nationallism
Militarism
Building a bigger and stronger military
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american history- world war I
his assassination triggered the war
what is nationalism
what is imperialism
what is militarism
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
feeling of intense pride in one's country
the establishment of overseas colonies
stockpiling and building of weapons
his assassination triggered the war
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
what is nationalism
feeling of intense pride in one's country
World War 1 - American History
An intense devotion to the interests a…
The assassination of ____________ in S…
With the help of __________, which req…
Through the use of _______, American o…
Nationalism
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Selective Service Act
Propaganda
An intense devotion to the interests a…
Nationalism
The assassination of ____________ in S…
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
World War 1 - American History
An intense devotion to the interests a…
The assassination of ____________ in S…
With the help of __________, which req…
Through the use of _______, American o…
Nationalism
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Selective Service Act
Propaganda
An intense devotion to the interests a…
Nationalism
The assassination of ____________ in S…
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
World War 2 American History
When did Great Britian and France adop…
Why did Winston Churchill oppose the M…
Which group of people suffered 6 milli…
Which Nation signed a nonaggression pa…
Before WW2
He viewed it as an appeasement to Hitler that would lead to a…
The Jewish race
Soviet Union
When did Great Britian and France adop…
Before WW2
Why did Winston Churchill oppose the M…
He viewed it as an appeasement to Hitler that would lead to a…
American History World War 2
Which man established a totalitarian R…
What problem did A. Philip Randolph id…
How did A. Philip Randolph propose to…
What resulted from A. Philip Randolph'…
Joseph Stalin
Black Americans were being denied employment in factories, mi…
By mobilizing Black Americans to march on Washington to deman…
Roosevelt issued an executive order outlawing discrimination…
Which man established a totalitarian R…
Joseph Stalin
What problem did A. Philip Randolph id…
Black Americans were being denied employment in factories, mi…
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