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U.S. History Chapter 10: World War 1 and Beyond 1914-1920
Alsace-Lorraine
militarism
Francis Ferdinand
William ll
the territory lost by France to Germany in 1871
glorification of the military
Archduke and heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary who was as…
German Emperor who assured Austria-Hungary that Germany would…
Alsace-Lorraine
the territory lost by France to Germany in 1871
militarism
glorification of the military
World War 1 and Beyond (U.S. History Honors)
What Alliances existed in World War 1
Nationalism
Militarism
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
The Triple Alliance, The Triple Entente
Intense pride/devotion for one's nation. (Don't forget Darwin…
Glorification of the military. The army sizes increased and s…
He was assassinated by a member of the Black Hand in June of…
What Alliances existed in World War 1
The Triple Alliance, The Triple Entente
Nationalism
Intense pride/devotion for one's nation. (Don't forget Darwin…
Chapter 2 Vocabulary-U.S. History (Spanish American War and beyond)
Internationalism
Isolationism
Collective Security
Imperialism
A national policy of actively trading with foreign countries…
A policy of nonparticipation in international economic and po…
A system in which a group of nations acts as one to preserve…
A policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
Internationalism
A national policy of actively trading with foreign countries…
Isolationism
A policy of nonparticipation in international economic and po…
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U.S. History- Chapter 19, World War I
militarism
Francis Ferdinand
Western Front
casualties
policy of aggressively building up a nation's armed forces in…
the archduke of Hungary, whose assassination by a Serbian hel…
a key battle front, in France, with the Germans on one side o…
soldiers wounded, captured, or killed in war
militarism
policy of aggressively building up a nation's armed forces in…
Francis Ferdinand
the archduke of Hungary, whose assassination by a Serbian hel…
Chapter 9 U.S. History Vocabulary: World War 1
Militarism
Western Front
Casualties
Contraband
gaining military to become stronger
main theater of war
person killed or injured during the war
goods banned from shipment to Germany
Militarism
gaining military to become stronger
Western Front
main theater of war
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U.S. History- Chapter 7 World War I
militarism
Francis Ferdinand
Western Front
casualties
policy of aggressively building up a nation's armed forces in…
the archduke of Hungary, whose assassination by a Serbian hel…
a key battle front, in France, with the Germans on one side o…
soldiers wounded, captured, or killed in war
militarism
policy of aggressively building up a nation's armed forces in…
Francis Ferdinand
the archduke of Hungary, whose assassination by a Serbian hel…
26 terms
History of the u.s chapter 24 world war 1 (1914-1919
Nationalism
Militarism
Mobilize
Kaiser
To have pride in ones nation
Policy of building strong armed forces
Prepare for war
German emperor
Nationalism
To have pride in ones nation
Militarism
Policy of building strong armed forces
Early U.S. History/World War 1
The idea of represenative goverment fl…
Some Americans colonists believed they…
On July 4, 1776, the second continenta…
Declaration of Independence listed ___…
Because the colonies wanted the people to be source of power
Because the Britain government taxes the colonies without dir…
Declaration of Independence
Listed grievances and stated the colonies were free and indep…
The idea of represenative goverment fl…
Because the colonies wanted the people to be source of power
Some Americans colonists believed they…
Because the Britain government taxes the colonies without dir…
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World War 1 - Bimah - U.S. History
armed bands of unattached soldiers who…
a feeling of intense pride in one's ho…
the concept that people who belong to…
information designed to influence opin…
Guerilla soldiers
Nationalism
Self determination
Propaganda
armed bands of unattached soldiers who…
Guerilla soldiers
a feeling of intense pride in one's ho…
Nationalism
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World War 1 U.S. History Clark/Engle
Alliance System
Imperialism
Nationalism
Militarism
Designed for countries to be able to protect each other from…
Nations extending their political and economic control over v…
a devotion to the interests of one's own nation
The development and use of armed forces and their use as a to…
Alliance System
Designed for countries to be able to protect each other from…
Imperialism
Nations extending their political and economic control over v…
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U.S. History Causes of World War 1
Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism, Na…
Pan-nationalism
Colonialism
Alliances
MAIN
People with similar cultures, including language and religion…
the practice of acquiring full or partial political control o…
Germany, Austria-Hungary, & Italy (Triple Alliance) against B…
Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism, Na…
MAIN
Pan-nationalism
People with similar cultures, including language and religion…
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World War 1 vocab U.S. History
American expedition forces
John J. Pershing
western front
wilson's fourteen points
u.s. troops sent to europe under the command of general John…
he was a west point graduate and the commanding general that…
the contested region where most of the fighting took place be…
woodrow wilson's speech to congress in 1918 about his dream o…
American expedition forces
u.s. troops sent to europe under the command of general John…
John J. Pershing
he was a west point graduate and the commanding general that…
U.S. History- Chapter 1& French and Indian War
When did the first americans arrive?
Where did the first americans come from?
Who were the first Americans?
What did the first Americans look like?
10,000 to 25,000 years ago
They came from Asia through the Bearing Straight
Native Americans
They had dark skin, dark hair, round faces
When did the first americans arrive?
10,000 to 25,000 years ago
Where did the first americans come from?
They came from Asia through the Bearing Straight
U.S. History Chapter 19. World War 1
Triple Entente (Allies)
Nationalism
Militarism
Triple Alliance (Central Powers)
World War 1, the group of nations-originally consisting of Gr…
a devotion to the interests and culture of one's nation
the policy of building up armed forces in aggressive prepared…
the group of nations-led by Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the…
Triple Entente (Allies)
World War 1, the group of nations-originally consisting of Gr…
Nationalism
a devotion to the interests and culture of one's nation
U.S. History World War 1
What years did the war occur in
What were 6 countries involved in WWI
How did WWI help America's industrial…
What was one defense mechanism used, t…
1914 to 1918
America, Russia, Britain, Italy, Austria-Hungary, Germany
supplies.....(rehearse to self)
trenches
What years did the war occur in
1914 to 1918
What were 6 countries involved in WWI
America, Russia, Britain, Italy, Austria-Hungary, Germany
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Chapter 12-U.S. History-World War II
Adolf Hitler
Appeasement
Neutrality Acts
Flying Tigers
leader of the Nazi Party in Germany; dictator
policy of giving in to satisfy the demands of a potential enemy
(1935-1937) prohibited Americans from traveling on the ships…
a group ofAmerican volunteer fighter pilots recruited to send…
Adolf Hitler
leader of the Nazi Party in Germany; dictator
Appeasement
policy of giving in to satisfy the demands of a potential enemy
World war 1 test-U.S. History
What were the 4 underlying causes of w…
What event sparked the beginning of th…
Describe the first few years of the war.
What did he Germans promise under the…
Imperialism, nationalism, militarism, and alliances.
Assassination of Franz Ferdinand.
Stalemate.
To not sink anymore ships without warning.
What were the 4 underlying causes of w…
Imperialism, nationalism, militarism, and alliances.
What event sparked the beginning of th…
Assassination of Franz Ferdinand.
U.S. History - World War I and its Aftermath Chapter 9
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
Militarism
Nationalism
Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy
France, Great Britain and Russia
Aggressive build up of armed forces to threaten other nations
Feeling of intense pride in one's homeland
Triple Alliance
Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy
Triple Entente
France, Great Britain and Russia
U.S. History - World War II Chapter 13 and 14
Bolshevik Revolution
Joseph Stalin
Japan
Adolf Hitler
Brought communism government to USSR
Leader of the USSR
Population was growing and it needed more room, so it invaded…
Leader of Germany
Bolshevik Revolution
Brought communism government to USSR
Joseph Stalin
Leader of the USSR
U.S. History World War 1
What was the Triple Alliance?
Who changed sides half way through the…
What is the War Industries Board in 19…
What is isolationism?
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
Italy
Coordinate war supplies
To isolate the enemy.
What was the Triple Alliance?
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
Who changed sides half way through the…
Italy
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U.S. History- Chapter 19, World War I
militarism
Francis Ferdinand
Western Front
U-boat
policy of aggressively building up a nation's armed forces in…
the archduke of Hungary, whose assassination by a Serbian hel…
a key battle front, in France, with the Germans on one side o…
a German submarine
militarism
policy of aggressively building up a nation's armed forces in…
Francis Ferdinand
the archduke of Hungary, whose assassination by a Serbian hel…
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U.S. History World War 1 Vocab
Nationalism
Lusitania
Zimmerman Note
Archduke Ferdinand
patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts.
RMS Lusitania was a British ocean liner, holder of the Blue R…
a German official in Germany to a German official in Mexico a…
Austro-Hungarian and Royal Prince of Hungary and of Bohemia,…
Nationalism
patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts.
Lusitania
RMS Lusitania was a British ocean liner, holder of the Blue R…
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U.S. History World War 1
Militarism
Alliances
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
Policy of building up strong armed forces to prepare for war
Defense agreement among nations
Italy, Germany, and Austria-Hungary
France, Great Britain, Russia
Militarism
Policy of building up strong armed forces to prepare for war
Alliances
Defense agreement among nations
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U.S. History Imperialism and World War 1
what is imperialism?
Why did America revert to imperialism?
Monroe Doctrine
Roosevelt Corollary
policy in which stronger nations extend their economic politi…
desire for military strength, thirst for new markets, belief…
President Monroe stated that there should be no more European…
Disorder in L.A. might force the U.S. , (1904) This was an ex…
what is imperialism?
policy in which stronger nations extend their economic politi…
Why did America revert to imperialism?
desire for military strength, thirst for new markets, belief…
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World War 1 - Grissom - Section 2 - U.S. History
isolationism
U-boats
Lusitania
Sussex pledge
a policy of not being involved in the affairs of other nations
small German submarines
a passenger ship sunk by German U-boats during World War I
Germany's promise not to sink merchant ships without warning…
isolationism
a policy of not being involved in the affairs of other nations
U-boats
small German submarines
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U.s history: world war 1
Germany violated the susex plan by usi…
African americans left the south to go…
Information designed to influence opin…
Region that contained hight levels of…
U-boats
Great immagration
Propaganda
Balkins
Germany violated the susex plan by usi…
U-boats
African americans left the south to go…
Great immagration
U.S. History: World War 1 Review
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
assassination of the Archduke A-H
A-H sends Serbia an ultimatum
Serbia rejects ultimatum
A-H declares war on Serbia
Step 1
assassination of the Archduke A-H
Step 2
A-H sends Serbia an ultimatum
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U.S. History - Grissom - World War 1 - 18.3 -
Liberty Bonds
Bernard Baruch
War Industries Board
National War Labor Board
a form of loan to the government to help pay for the war
head of the War Industries Board during WW1
organization that regulated (controlled) all materials needed…
organization to settle disputes between workers and managemen…
Liberty Bonds
a form of loan to the government to help pay for the war
Bernard Baruch
head of the War Industries Board during WW1
U.S. History world war 1 test
Nationalism
Imperialism
Militarism
Triple alliance (central powers)
The strong feelings people have for their own country also ca…
The quest for new territories lead to intense competition amo…
The strong fighting force in readiness in war
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy was later known as Centra…
Nationalism
The strong feelings people have for their own country also ca…
Imperialism
The quest for new territories lead to intense competition amo…
U.S. History- World War 1
According to the Hauge Conference, dis…
List the 4 underlying causes of World…
Explain why nationalism caused tension…
Explain why imperialism caused tension…
Permanent Court of Arbitration
1. Nationalism... 2. Imperialism... 3. Militarism... 4. Alliance System
rivalries and desire for autonomy
struggle for colonies; more colonies=more power
According to the Hauge Conference, dis…
Permanent Court of Arbitration
List the 4 underlying causes of World…
1. Nationalism... 2. Imperialism... 3. Militarism... 4. Alliance System
U.S. History: World War 1
4 main causes for ww1
Allies
Central Powers
Series of events that happens after th…
1) nationalism... 2) imperliasm ... 3) militarism... 4) intangled alli…
1) United Kingdom... 2) Russia... 3) Belgium... 4) Italy... 5) Portugal... 6…
1) Germany... 2) Austria-Hungary... 3) Bulgaria... 4) Ottoman Empire
1) Germany writes a blank check to Austria-Hungary... 2) Austria…
4 main causes for ww1
1) nationalism... 2) imperliasm ... 3) militarism... 4) intangled alli…
Allies
1) United Kingdom... 2) Russia... 3) Belgium... 4) Italy... 5) Portugal... 6…
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World War 1 U.S. History
Open Door Policy
John Hay
Dollar Diplomacy
President Taft
developed by John Hay in 1889. gave all nations = access to t…
American statesman and official whose career in government st…
Do a country a favor (give money) and in exchange get somethi…
used "dollar diplomacy" where they assumed political influenc…
Open Door Policy
developed by John Hay in 1889. gave all nations = access to t…
John Hay
American statesman and official whose career in government st…
U.S. History: World War 1
Causes of The War
The "Spark"
After the assassination?
Women and the War Effort
The Alliance System, Militarism & Arms Race, Economic & Imper…
Gavril O Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand. The S…
Troops began recruiting.
Helped finance the war, used for recruitment, munitions worke…
Causes of The War
The Alliance System, Militarism & Arms Race, Economic & Imper…
The "Spark"
Gavril O Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand. The S…
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World War 1 Terms U.S History
Triple alliance
Triple entente
Central Powers
Allied powers
Alliance among Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy at the end…
A military alliance between Great Britain, France, and Russia…
Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire
Alliance of Great Britain, Soviet Union, United States, and F…
Triple alliance
Alliance among Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy at the end…
Triple entente
A military alliance between Great Britain, France, and Russia…
Honors U.S History- World War 1
Causes of WW1
Nationalism
Alsace- Lorrain
Imperialism
M.A.I.N- militarism, alliance system, imperialism, nationalism
Devotion and Pride for your country. Competition among nation…
Territory lost by the French in 1871 to Germany, they want it…
Empire building in Europe. As Germany industrialized, it comp…
Causes of WW1
M.A.I.N- militarism, alliance system, imperialism, nationalism
Nationalism
Devotion and Pride for your country. Competition among nation…
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U.S HISTORY REVIEW: WORLD WAR 1
Militarism
countries were building armies and nav…
Alliances
countries were forming friendships so…
countries were building armies and navies to show they were p…
Militarism
countries were forming friendships so if one had a problem, o…
Alliances
Militarism
countries were building armies and navies to show they were p…
countries were building armies and nav…
Militarism
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U.S. History-Chapter 9: America in World War I
World War I
Zimmerman Telegram
Freedom of the Seas
Lusitania
(1914 - 1918) European war in which an alliance including Gre…
A telegram was sent in March 1917 from the German Foreign Sec…
The right of neutral shipping, otherwise known as this, was a…
A British passenger ship that was sunk by a German U-Boat on…
World War I
(1914 - 1918) European war in which an alliance including Gre…
Zimmerman Telegram
A telegram was sent in March 1917 from the German Foreign Sec…
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Chapter 1 The World Before the Opening of the Atlantic- U.S. History
Bering Land Bridge
migration
culture
Mesoamerica
Land connecting Asia with Alaska during the Ice Age.
a movement of people or animals from one region to another
a group's set of common values and traditions, including lang…
a region that includes the southern part of what is now Mexic…
Bering Land Bridge
Land connecting Asia with Alaska during the Ice Age.
migration
a movement of people or animals from one region to another
U.S History World War 1
Reasons why war happened.
Military alliances
Balkan powder keg
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Nationalism, Territorial rivalries and militarism
Triple alliance= Germany, Austria-Hungry and central powers.…
Spark of the war was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferd…
This person was in line to become king of Austria-Hungry, but…
Reasons why war happened.
Nationalism, Territorial rivalries and militarism
Military alliances
Triple alliance= Germany, Austria-Hungry and central powers.…
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U.S. History 2 World War 1
Who was Americans President during WW1?
What era was America in during WW1?
What was the original name for the war?
Great Power Compitition in Europe
Woodrow Wilson
Progressive Era
"The Great War" -- biggest war that had ever been fought at t…
Military,industrialism, imperialism, and nationalism
Who was Americans President during WW1?
Woodrow Wilson
What era was America in during WW1?
Progressive Era
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U.S. History Chapter 16 - 17 World War Looms (Photos)
Nonaggression Pact
Blitzkrieg
Maginot Line
Munich Pact
1939-Secret agreement between German leader Hitler and Soviet…
"Lightning war"; Germany's strategy of air strikes followed…
French stronghold of forts, concrete bunkers, and fortificati…
Agreement in which Britain and France tried to *appease Hitle…
Nonaggression Pact
1939-Secret agreement between German leader Hitler and Soviet…
Blitzkrieg
"Lightning war"; Germany's strategy of air strikes followed…
27 terms
U.S. History: Chapter 24 - 25 - World War II
Joseph Stalin
Winston Churchill
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Benito Mussolini
He became the Communist dictator of the Soviet Union (Russia)…
He became prime minister of Britain in 1940
He was an American general who lead forces in the invasion of…
He became the Fascist dictator of Italy in 1922
Joseph Stalin
He became the Communist dictator of the Soviet Union (Russia)…
Winston Churchill
He became prime minister of Britain in 1940
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U.S. History Chapter 24 (World War Looms)
Totalitarian
Fascism
Neutrality Acts
Appeasement
Individuals have no rights, and the government suppresses all…
Stressed nationalism and placed the interests of the state ab…
Outlawed arms sales to nations at war (remember Lusitania?) t…
Giving up principles to pacify an aggressor (allowing Hitler…
Totalitarian
Individuals have no rights, and the government suppresses all…
Fascism
Stressed nationalism and placed the interests of the state ab…
24 terms
Chapter 12-U.S. History-World War II
Adolf Hitler
Appeasement
Neutrality Acts
Flying Tigers
leader of the Nazi Party in Germany; dictator
policy of giving in to satisfy the demands of a potential enemy
(1935-1937) prohibited Americans from traveling on the ships…
a group ofAmerican volunteer fighter pilots recruited to send…
Adolf Hitler
leader of the Nazi Party in Germany; dictator
Appeasement
policy of giving in to satisfy the demands of a potential enemy
U.S. History World War 1 Key People
Woodrow WIlson
Theodore Roosevelt
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Kaiser Wilhelm ll (The second)
Thomas Woodrow Wilson was an American politician and academic…
Theodore Roosevelt, often referred to as Teddy or TR, was an…
Franz Ferdinand was an Archduke of Austria-Este, Austro-Hunga…
Wilhelm II or William II was the last German Emperor and King…
Woodrow WIlson
Thomas Woodrow Wilson was an American politician and academic…
Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt, often referred to as Teddy or TR, was an…
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U.S. History Chapter 12: America in World War II
Adolf Hitler
Appeasement
Neutrality Acts
Flying Tigers
Austrian-born founder of the German Nazi Party and chancellor…
A policy of making concessions to an aggressor in the hopes o…
The U.S. created four neutrality acts before WWII that were d…
1st American Volunteer Group (AVG) of the Chinese Air Force;…
Adolf Hitler
Austrian-born founder of the German Nazi Party and chancellor…
Appeasement
A policy of making concessions to an aggressor in the hopes o…
World War 1 U.S History Review
Fourteen Points
Events that caused the US to enter WW1
Lusitania
trench warfare
speech by Woodrow Wilson on January 18, 1918 to congress. it…
US wanted closer ties with Allies, German actions and Allied…
a British liner that was sunk by a German U-boat off the sout…
where armies fought for mere yards of ground. It occurred dur…
Fourteen Points
speech by Woodrow Wilson on January 18, 1918 to congress. it…
Events that caused the US to enter WW1
US wanted closer ties with Allies, German actions and Allied…
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U.S History-Chapter 9-World War I
World War I
Trench warfare
New weapons of WWI
Zimmerman Telegram
a global conflict fought with new destructive technologies; c…
a new and strange form of fighting which used trenches separa…
poison gas, tanks, airplanes, submarines, machine guns
a secret message from the German Foreign Minister, promising…
World War I
a global conflict fought with new destructive technologies; c…
Trench warfare
a new and strange form of fighting which used trenches separa…
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U.S History - Imperialism & World War 1
Manifest Destiny
American Exceptionalism
Monroe Doctrine
Roosevelt Corollary
to possess all of the Native Americans continent.
the U.S. has a responsibility to spread liberty and democracy…
European nations to interfere or influence states in North or…
the U.S. to intervene in Latin America in cases of "flagrant…
Manifest Destiny
to possess all of the Native Americans continent.
American Exceptionalism
the U.S. has a responsibility to spread liberty and democracy…
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U.S. History - Ch 6 - World War 1 and Its Aftermath
What's an alliance?
Who was Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
Who were the Allies?
Who were the Central Powers?
A formal agreement between two or more nations or powers to c…
Heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne who was assassinated in…
Great Britain, France, and Russia; later joined by the U.S
Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire
What's an alliance?
A formal agreement between two or more nations or powers to c…
Who was Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
Heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne who was assassinated in…
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