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World War II - AP US History II
"Good Neighbor" Policy
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Appeasement
FDR declared that no state had the right to intervene in the…
As Italy's economy was destroyed, this man and his Fascist pa…
This man and the Nazi party were still sour about the Treaty…
A policy enacted by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlai…
"Good Neighbor" Policy
FDR declared that no state had the right to intervene in the…
Benito Mussolini
As Italy's economy was destroyed, this man and his Fascist pa…
91 terms
AP US History: World War I
1915 21 Demands
Bryan- Chamorro Treaty 1914
June 28, 1914
Black Hand
Japan and US;
US can build canal in Nicaragua; gave power over them
Archduke Franz Ferdinand assassinated by Gavrilo Princip
Serbian terrorist organization; assassination AFF
1915 21 Demands
Japan and US;
Bryan- Chamorro Treaty 1914
US can build canal in Nicaragua; gave power over them
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AP US History: Post-Second World War
Postwar Soviet actions
George Kennan
Long Telegram
Truman Doctrine
Did not withdraw from the areas that Red Army had captured, s…
Advocated the U.S using any means necessary to prevent the sp…
Outline a policy called containment
Stated that the U.S. would give all aid necessary to those pe…
Postwar Soviet actions
Did not withdraw from the areas that Red Army had captured, s…
George Kennan
Advocated the U.S using any means necessary to prevent the sp…
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World War II - AP US History II
"Good Neighbor" Policy
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Appeasement
FDR declared that no state had the right to intervene in the…
As Italy's economy was destroyed, this man and his Fascist pa…
This man and the Nazi party were still sour about the Treaty…
A policy enacted by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlai…
"Good Neighbor" Policy
FDR declared that no state had the right to intervene in the…
Benito Mussolini
As Italy's economy was destroyed, this man and his Fascist pa…
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AP US History: World War 2 Battles
El Alamein
Stalingrad
Normandy Invasion
Battle of the Bulge
British stop the German offensive in North America
Troops stop the German offensive in Russia
Invasion of the Northern Europe at these beaches. Called "Ope…
Germans launched a counterattack, trying to drive the Allies…
El Alamein
British stop the German offensive in North America
Stalingrad
Troops stop the German offensive in Russia
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AP US History: The Second World War
Treaty of Versailles
Treaty of Versailles limitations on Ge…
Isolationism
Panay Incident
End the war with Germany, contained many problems and establi…
No airplanes, submarines, poison gas, army was limited to 100…
Engaged in world trade but remained free of any alliances of…
An American gunboat, the Panay, on the Yangtze in China, alon…
Treaty of Versailles
End the war with Germany, contained many problems and establi…
Treaty of Versailles limitations on Ge…
No airplanes, submarines, poison gas, army was limited to 100…
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World War 1, Pre- AP US History
Machine guns and artillery led to?
Poison gas used in the war led to the…
The "Big Four were ____, ____, ____, &…
The First five of the 14 points were d…
Trench Warefare
Gasmasks
United States, Britain, France, and Italy
Cause of War
Machine guns and artillery led to?
Trench Warefare
Poison gas used in the war led to the…
Gasmasks
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AP US History (World War II. Korean War, Cold War)
D-Day
Stalingrad
Winston Churchill
Casablanca Conference
June 6, 1944 - Led by Eisenhower, over a million troops (the…
Site of critical World War II Soviet victory that reversed Ge…
Prime minister of Great Britain during World War II.
Jan. 14-23, 1943 - FDR and Chruchill met in Morocco to settle…
D-Day
June 6, 1944 - Led by Eisenhower, over a million troops (the…
Stalingrad
Site of critical World War II Soviet victory that reversed Ge…
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World War 1- US History
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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AP Us History 11: World War Vocabulary
KEY PEOPLE
George Creel
Woodrow Wilson
Warren Harding
...
Headed the Committee on Public Information, for promoting the…
President that believed in peace and an isolationist
ran for president after Wilson and won, not a great president
KEY PEOPLE
...
George Creel
Headed the Committee on Public Information, for promoting the…
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AP US History World War II Vocab
Benito Mussolini
Fascism
Adolf Hitler
Nazi Party
Fascist dictator of Italy; sought to recreate a Roman empire;…
A system of government characterized by strict social and eco…
(1889-1945) This dictator was the leader of the Nazi Party. H…
the political party founded in Germany in 1919 and brought to…
Benito Mussolini
Fascist dictator of Italy; sought to recreate a Roman empire;…
Fascism
A system of government characterized by strict social and eco…
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AP US History II -World War I
Central Powers
Triple Entrante
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand- J…
Declaration of the Rights of Neutral N…
Germany, Austria-Hungry, Ottoman Empire, Italy (originally a…
Great Britain, France, Russia, Serbia (due to alliance with R…
Austrian Archduke Ferdinand is assassinated as he visits Bosn…
1) Any neutral nation has the right to trade any non-military…
Central Powers
Germany, Austria-Hungry, Ottoman Empire, Italy (originally a…
Triple Entrante
Great Britain, France, Russia, Serbia (due to alliance with R…
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AP US History World War 2
Neutrality Act
Lend Lease Act
America 1st Committee
Fascism
law that kept the US out of WW2
law that said the US can give or sell arms to other nations f…
group that favored US neutrality or isolationism
form of government that glorifies the state over the individu…
Neutrality Act
law that kept the US out of WW2
Lend Lease Act
law that said the US can give or sell arms to other nations f…
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AP US History: World War II
Changes in the US
Future Gold Star Mothers
Veterans of future war
President Coolridge wanted...
Marriages and minorities
$$ to visit sons graves
$$ payed before going to war
no war/taxes/military
Changes in the US
Marriages and minorities
Future Gold Star Mothers
$$ to visit sons graves
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US History: World War Two
Joseph Stalin
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
fascism
leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until 1953; wor…
He seized total power as dictator and ruled Italy as Il Duce…
leader of the Nazi Party; almost completely responsible for W…
a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power…
Joseph Stalin
leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until 1953; wor…
Benito Mussolini
He seized total power as dictator and ruled Italy as Il Duce…
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US History: World War One
nationalism
militarism
Allies
Central Powers
A patriotic feeling marked by a feeling of superiority over o…
the belief the government or people of a country should maint…
Good guys of WWI (England, France, Russia)
the alliance of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey
nationalism
A patriotic feeling marked by a feeling of superiority over o…
militarism
the belief the government or people of a country should maint…
AP US History Chapter 22: World War I 1914-1918
Francis Ferdinand
Events Leading to War
Declaration of Neutrality
Neutrality
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
Wilson immediately called upon American people to support his…
troubles for US arose from efforts of belligerent powers to s…
Francis Ferdinand
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Events Leading to War
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
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AP US History Unit 9 World War 2
Neutrality Act
Lend Lease Act
America 1st Committee
Fascism
law that kept the US out of WW2
law that said the US can give or sell arms to other nations f…
group that favored US neutrality or isolationism
form of government that glorifies the state over the individu…
Neutrality Act
law that kept the US out of WW2
Lend Lease Act
law that said the US can give or sell arms to other nations f…
World War I - US History
Nationalism
Militarism
Brinkmanship
No man's land
When the nation becomes the primary recipient of political lo…
Believing warfare is a solution to all problems.
Going to the edge of war over every disagreement.
In WWI, the unoccupied region between opposing armies.
Nationalism
When the nation becomes the primary recipient of political lo…
Militarism
Believing warfare is a solution to all problems.
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Pre-AP World History: World War I
militarism
alliance
imperialism
nationalism
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a large sta…
An agreement between two or more countries to work together t…
Empire building; taking over others' territory.
Extreme patriotism; a love of one's country so strong one is…
militarism
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a large sta…
alliance
An agreement between two or more countries to work together t…
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US History- World War 1
Allied Powers
Central Powers
Trench Warfare
Machine guns
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
WWI strategy of defending your territory from deep ditches
shoots in rapid succession, changing how wars are fought
Allied Powers
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Central Powers
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
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AP US History: World War II and the early Cold War
Yalta Conference
United Nations
Potsdam Conference
Containment
Meeting with US president FDR, British Prime Minister Winston…
An international organization whose stated aims are to facili…
Truman, new British Prime Minister Clement Attlee, and Stalin…
American policy of resisting further expansion of communism a…
Yalta Conference
Meeting with US president FDR, British Prime Minister Winston…
United Nations
An international organization whose stated aims are to facili…
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World War 1- US History
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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US History World War II
George Marshall
WAAC
Manhattan project
War Production Board-(WPB)
Army Chief of Staff who suggested using women for noncombat m…
the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps created by Congress for mili…
secret development of the atomic bomb led by J. Robert Oppenh…
government agency that decided which companies would make ... w…
George Marshall
Army Chief of Staff who suggested using women for noncombat m…
WAAC
the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps created by Congress for mili…
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US History World War 1
Nationalism
Imperialism
Militarism
Neutrality
feeling of intense loyalty to one's country or group
a policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
a rise in military expenditure, an increase in military or na…
the state of not taking sides, especially in a war or dispute.
Nationalism
feeling of intense loyalty to one's country or group
Imperialism
a policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
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AP US - World War 2
London economic conference 1933
Tydings-McDuffie Act
Reciprocal Trade agreement act
Johnson debt default act
66 nations, hopes to organize a coordinated international att…
Independence of Philippines after a 12 year period of economi…
Life American exports trade from depression, relief, recovery…
Prevented debt-dodging nations from borrowing further in the…
London economic conference 1933
66 nations, hopes to organize a coordinated international att…
Tydings-McDuffie Act
Independence of Philippines after a 12 year period of economi…
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World War II (US History)
Munich Conference
Isolationism
Axis Powers
German invasion of Poland
France and Great Britain gave Germany control over Sudetenland
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
Germany, Italy, and Japan
1939, this event caused France and Great Britain to declare w…
Munich Conference
France and Great Britain gave Germany control over Sudetenland
Isolationism
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
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AP US History (Foreign relations and World War ll)
Schecter Poultry Corp. v. U.S.
Butler case
NLRB v. Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp.
West Coast Hotel v. Parrish... .
May, 1935 - The U.S. Supreme Court declared the National Indu…
1936 - Declared AAA unconstitutional because it involved Cong…
April 1937 - Sumpreme Court upheld the Wagner Act, ensuring t…
1937 - Supreme Court upheld the Washington state minum wage s…
Schecter Poultry Corp. v. U.S.
May, 1935 - The U.S. Supreme Court declared the National Indu…
Butler case
1936 - Declared AAA unconstitutional because it involved Cong…
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World War 2 US History
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Neville Chamberlain
Winston Churchill
Italian dicator under a facist government, killed by his own…
german facist dicator, commits suicide, April 30, 1945
British prime minister, peace
2nd british prime minister
Benito Mussolini
Italian dicator under a facist government, killed by his own…
Adolf Hitler
german facist dicator, commits suicide, April 30, 1945
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US.History: Unit 3 World War 2
Neutrality
Internationalism
The "Big Three"
"Double V" campaign
Not aligned with any political or ideological group
A national policy of actively trading with foreign countries…
Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin- the three leaders of the Al…
The World War II-era effort of black Americans to gain "a Vic…
Neutrality
Not aligned with any political or ideological group
Internationalism
A national policy of actively trading with foreign countries…
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AP US History - Imperialism, Progressivism, and World War I test review
Alfred Mahan
reasons for Imperialism
Josiah Strong
Jose Marti
big-time imperialist who convinced Congress that we needed to…
"SAMEE....."... -Spread Christianity... -Anglo-Saxon superiority ("…
-wrote Our Country: Its Possible Future and Present Crisis (1…
leader of the Cuban rebels
Alfred Mahan
big-time imperialist who convinced Congress that we needed to…
reasons for Imperialism
"SAMEE....."... -Spread Christianity... -Anglo-Saxon superiority ("…
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US History- World War 1
Allied Powers
Central Powers
Trench Warfare
Machine guns
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
WWI strategy of defending your territory from deep ditches
shoots in rapid succession, changing how wars are fought
Allied Powers
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Central Powers
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
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Cold war: AP US HISTORY
Cuban Missile Crisis
Bay of Pigs
Nikita Krushchev
Warsaw Pact
The Cuban Missile Crisis, October 1962. The Cuban Missile Cri…
The Bay of Pigs invasion begins when a CIA-financed and -trai…
Nikita Khrushchev (1894-1971) led the Soviet Union during the…
The Warsaw Pact (formally, the Treaty of Friendship, Co-opera…
Cuban Missile Crisis
The Cuban Missile Crisis, October 1962. The Cuban Missile Cri…
Bay of Pigs
The Bay of Pigs invasion begins when a CIA-financed and -trai…
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AP US History- Wars
French and Indian war: Start date
French and Indian war: End date
French and Indian war: Treaty
French and Indian war: Effect
1754
1760- America... 1763- World
Treaty of Paris 1763... * British Sovereignty over all land east…
*Colonist began to rely on one another ... *Colonist get bitter…
French and Indian war: Start date
1754
French and Indian war: End date
1760- America... 1763- World
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Pre-AP World History: World War I
militarism
alliance
imperialism
nationalism
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a large sta…
An agreement between two or more countries to work together t…
Empire building; taking over others' territory.
Extreme patriotism; a love of one's country so strong one is…
militarism
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a large sta…
alliance
An agreement between two or more countries to work together t…
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AP US History Chapter 9: World War I
Proclamation of Neutrality
Economic Interest
Submarine Warfare
Ethnic Influences (1914)
Insited that the country was non partisan in thought and in a…
The U.S sold millions of dollars of materials to the allies a…
German submarines insisted that any ship that entered the war…
close to 30% of the U.S. population consisted of 1st and 2nd…
Proclamation of Neutrality
Insited that the country was non partisan in thought and in a…
Economic Interest
The U.S sold millions of dollars of materials to the allies a…
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US History - World War I
Militarism
Alliance
Nationalism
Allied Powers
Political orientation of a people or a government to maintain…
Formal agreement establishing an association between nations…
A sense of unity binding the people of a state together; devo…
During World War I, the association of Great Britain, France,…
Militarism
Political orientation of a people or a government to maintain…
Alliance
Formal agreement establishing an association between nations…
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AP US History Chapter 22: World War I 1914-1918
Francis Ferdinand
Events Leading to War
Declaration of Neutrality
Neutrality
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
Wilson immediately called upon American people to support his…
troubles for US arose from efforts of belligerent powers to s…
Francis Ferdinand
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Events Leading to War
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
25 terms
World War II - W2K AP US History
Washington Naval Conference
Kellogg-Briand Pact
Good neighbor Policy
Quarantine speech
-conference hosted by us to de fortify far east possessions e…
-1928 treaty outlawed war as a national policy... -62 nations r…
-policy to withdraw soldiers from foreign nations to improve…
-speech by Franklin Delano Roosevelt requesting Japan quarant…
Washington Naval Conference
-conference hosted by us to de fortify far east possessions e…
Kellogg-Briand Pact
-1928 treaty outlawed war as a national policy... -62 nations r…
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AP US History ch. 8: imperialism & World War I
William Seward
James G. Blaine
Henry Cabot Lodge
Theodore Roosevelt
-Secretary of State under Lincoln & Johnson... -purchased Alaska…
-Secretary of State under Garfield, Arthur, & Harrison... -promo…
US senator & head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (…
-Assistant Secretary of the Navy... -26th president... -US Army Col…
William Seward
-Secretary of State under Lincoln & Johnson... -purchased Alaska…
James G. Blaine
-Secretary of State under Garfield, Arthur, & Harrison... -promo…
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AP US History Chapter 22: World War I 1914-1918
Francis Ferdinand
Events Leading to War
Declaration of Neutrality
Neutrality
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
Wilson immediately called upon American people to support his…
troubles for US arose from efforts of belligerent powers to s…
Francis Ferdinand
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Events Leading to War
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
90 terms
AP US History- Civil War
1st capital of the Confederacy
2nd capital of the Confederacy
4 slave states that stayed in the Union
How did West Virginia form?
Montgomery, Alabama
Richmond, Virginia
Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland, and Delaware
They broke away from Virginia because they were Appalachian w…
1st capital of the Confederacy
Montgomery, Alabama
2nd capital of the Confederacy
Richmond, Virginia
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US History- World War 1
Allied Powers
Central Powers
Trench Warfare
Machine guns
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
strategy of defending your territory from deep ditches separa…
shoots in rapid succession, changing how wars are fought
Allied Powers
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Central Powers
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
13 terms
US History: The World Wars
Yalta Conference
Potsdam Conference
Battle of Normandy
Executive order 9066
- FDR, Winston Churchill and Stalin met at this conference du…
- divide and conquer ... - divide Germany into 3 zones to inform…
- Allied fores invaded Normandy,France to regain power in the…
- signed by FDR ... - the law that put Japanese and Japanese Ame…
Yalta Conference
- FDR, Winston Churchill and Stalin met at this conference du…
Potsdam Conference
- divide and conquer ... - divide Germany into 3 zones to inform…
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US History Era 16: World War I
Allies
Central Powers
Espionage Act
Fourteen Points
(1) the WWI partnership of Great Britain, France, and Italy—a…
(1) the WWI partnership of Germany and Austria-Hungary; they…
(1) 1917 law enumerated a list of antiwar activities punishab…
(1) Wilson's 1918 speech that outlined his liberal, idealisti…
Allies
(1) the WWI partnership of Great Britain, France, and Italy—a…
Central Powers
(1) the WWI partnership of Germany and Austria-Hungary; they…
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Us History world War 1
Central Powers
Allies
StaleMate
autoCrat
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Ottoman Empire
an alliance of nations joining together to fight a common enemy
a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancemen…
a ruler with unlimited power
Central Powers
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Ottoman Empire
Allies
an alliance of nations joining together to fight a common enemy
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AP US History Chapter 22: World War I 1914-1918
Francis Ferdinand
Events Leading to War
Declaration of Neutrality
Neutrality
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
Wilson immediately called upon American people to support his…
troubles for US arose from efforts of belligerent powers to s…
Francis Ferdinand
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Events Leading to War
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
74 terms
AP US History Chapter 22: World War I 1914-1918
Francis Ferdinand
Events Leading to War
Declaration of Neutrality
Neutrality
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
Wilson immediately called upon American people to support his…
troubles for US arose from efforts of belligerent powers to s…
Francis Ferdinand
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Events Leading to War
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
74 terms
AP US History Chapter 22: World War I 1914-1918
Francis Ferdinand
Events Leading to War
Declaration of Neutrality
Neutrality
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
Wilson immediately called upon American people to support his…
troubles for US arose from efforts of belligerent powers to s…
Francis Ferdinand
the heir apparent to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire
Events Leading to War
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
60 terms
AP US History Chapter 22: World War I 1914-1918
Events Leading to War
Declaration of Neutrality
Neutrality
Submarine Warfare
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
Wilson immediately called upon American people to support his…
troubles for US arose from efforts of belligerent powers to s…
Germany had developed a new naval weapon, answered the Britis…
Events Leading to War
Serbian terrorist assassinates Franz Ferdinand, Austrian gove…
Declaration of Neutrality
Wilson immediately called upon American people to support his…
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