Unit 4: Imperialism and Progressivism. 1914-1920. Chapter 14. World War I and Its Aftermath. WWI. An Overview. 1914-1918 32 Nations 30 Million Dead $350 Billion Cost First “Total War”. I. The United States Enters WWI A. Woodrow Wilson’s Diplomacy: MORAL DIPLOMACYBy lamar
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Armies’ Life. Confederates wore a cotton gray or blue jackets that were hand-dyed. They also had sky blue dyed pants held up by their suspenders. The pin on their collar displayed their rank. Confederate’s Uniforms. They also had wool socks and vests. Cotton shirts Ankle-high boots.
The Armies. America: No country, no army, no navy Vs British Empire, Royal Army, Royal Navy. Americans. Continental Army Militia in State Lines Militia home guard Riflemen Associators Navy? Privateers Honor, virtue and discipline versus the “levelling spirit” and diversity. Recruiting.
MEDIEVAL ARMIES. KNIGHTS. Knights were soldiers who went into battle on horse back. They wore multiple layers of armour. They were loyal to their king. Chiveloury was very important to them. . MEDIEVAL WEAPONS. These are some medieval weapons Long sword could be up to 6ft long
Civil War Armies. How the Armies of the Civil War Were Organized and Fought. Organization. 100 men were formed into a Company Company was numbered A-K skipping the letter J Companies were formed into Regiments Each Regiment had 10 companies (1000 men) Three Regiments formed a Brigade
Raising the Armies. 16.2. Robert E. Lee. After attack Lincoln called for 75,000 volunteers Recruits came forward enthusiastically Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Arkansas secede after hearing Lincoln intended to use force against Confederacy Capital for South – Richmond, Virginia
A Clash of Armies. ___ had surrendered San Antonio to the Texans in 1835. ___ was furious that his brother in law had lost and wanted to ___ the Texans. It was a total of 800 miles from Mexico City to ___ and the Texans used their time quite poorly.
“The Progress of Our Armies”. Achieving National Strategy, 1864-1865. Grant to the East, Sherman to the Sea. " Lee's army will be your objective. Where he goes , there you will go also." The Overland Campaign Red River Campaign Atlanta, Savannah, and the Carolinas
Armies of The Alamo. The Texans. Colonel William Travis Jim Bowie Davy Crockett 180-250 men 21 guns. Colonel William Travis, Jim Bowie & Davy Crockett. Crockett was American folk hero, frontiersman, soldier and politician. Travis was an American lawyer and soldier
Sizing Up the Armies. The Union Army The Confederate States of America Enter Technology . The North Strengths. The North outnumbers the South with more men The North has factories that can produce weapons, uniforms and supplies needed for war. The North Strengths.