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Chapter 24: World War II

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  1. Chapter 24: World War II Review

  2. President during World War I. He played an important role in ending the war and urged Congress to join the League of Nations. People: Arthur Zimmermann Woodrow Wilson Herbert Hoover Vladimir Lenin Henry Cabot Lodge John J. Pershing

  3. A Republican Senator who forcefully opposed joining the League of Nations. People: Arthur Zimmermann Woodrow Wilson Herbert Hoover Vladimir Lenin Henry Cabot Lodge John J. Pershing

  4. Germany’s foreign minister. He proposed that Mexico enter the war on Germany’s side. People: Arthur Zimmermann Woodrow Wilson Herbert Hoover Vladimir Lenin Henry Cabot Lodge John J. Pershing

  5. An American general. He was chosen to lead the American troop in Europe, or the American Expeditionary Force. People: Arthur Zimmermann Woodrow Wilson Herbert Hoover Vladimir Lenin Henry Cabot Lodge John J. Pershing

  6. He was appointed as the head of a new Food Administration to assure adequate food supplies for American soldiers and civilians. People: Arthur Zimmermann Woodrow Wilson Herbert Hoover Vladimir Lenin Henry Cabot Lodge John J. Pershing

  7. Leader of the Bolsheviks, he seized the Russian government on November 7, 1917. People: Arthur Zimmermann Woodrow Wilson Herbert Hoover Vladimir Lenin Henry Cabot Lodge John J. Pershing

  8. Name the 4 countries that make up the Allies: United States Great Britain France Italy

  9. What was the “spark” that started World War I? The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

  10. What 3 countries make up the Central Powers? Turkey Austria-Hungary Germany

  11. Agreeing to support another country or countries, especially in times of conflict. Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism MAIN Causes

  12. Forming an empire by conquering or taking over other lands. Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism MAIN Causes

  13. Using the military to gain more land and status. Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism MAIN Causes

  14. Extreme loyalty or pride in one’s country. Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism MAIN Causes

  15. What technological advances made the war more deadly and how? -Airplanes were used for scouting and air support. -Armored tanks. -Rapid-fire machine guns raised the death toll -Poison gas caused long-term health problems.

  16. Name 3 factors that brought the U.S. into the War. • The Zimmermann Telegram • Submarine warfare • The sinking of the Lusitania

  17. Wilson and the leaders of France, Britain, and Italy. Propaganda Convoy Armistice “The Big 4” Mobilize Communism

  18. The spread of information designed to win support for a cause. Propaganda Convoy Armistice “The Big 4” Mobilize Communism

  19. An economic idea and political system based on the idea that social classes and the right to private property should be eliminated. Propaganda Convoy Armistice “The Big 4” Mobilize Communism

  20. To prepare for war. Propaganda Convoy Armistice “The Big 4” Mobilize Communism

  21. A large group of merchant vessels sailing together. Propaganda Convoy Armistice “The Big 4” Mobilize Communism

  22. A halt in fighting that allows peace talks to begin. Propaganda Convoy Armistice “The Big 4” Mobilize Communism

  23. Which of the following was NOT a part of the Treaty of Versailles? • Germany’s military was limited in size. • Germany must be broken down into 4 smaller countries to keep them from getting too big. • Germany must pay reparations to the Allies. • Germany must accept full responsibility for the war. b.

  24. Wilson’s peace plan, the goal of which was to end the war. Reparations Stalemate The Battle of Argonne Forest 10 million Self-determination Fourteen Points

  25. Payments to cover war damages. Reparations Stalemate The Battle of Argonne Forest 10 million Self-determination Fourteen Points

  26. The right of a group to form its own government. Reparations Stalemate The Battle of Argonne Forest 10 million Self-determination Fourteen Points

  27. A deadlock. Reparations Stalemate The Battle of Argonne Forest 10 million Self-determination Fourteen Points

  28. The total number of military personnel killed in the war. Reparations Stalemate The Battle of Argonne Forest 10 million Self-determination Fourteen Points

  29. The battle that turned the tide of the war towards victory for the Allies. Reparations Stalemate The Battle of Argonne Forest 10 million Self-determination Fourteen Points

  30. The law that required all men between the ages of 21 and 30 to register for the draft. Selective Service

  31. What 2 jobs did over 30,000 women hold in the Army? -nurses -clerical work

  32. Which group of people joined the war even though they were not citizens at the time? Native Americans

  33. Despite facing discrimination when they served, more than 380,000 ________ __________ joined the military. African Americans