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Content Standards

Content Standards

Content Standards. 10.6.1: Analyze the aims and negotiating roles of world leaders, the terms and influence of the Treaty of Versailles and Woodrow Wilson ’ s Fourteen Points, and the cause and effect of the United States rejection of the League of Nations on world politics. Objective.

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Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14. World War 1 and its Aftermath Mr. Young U.S. History. Section 1. The United States Enters World War 1. Mexican Revolutions and USA. From 1911-1914, Mexico went through several revolutions

By kristian
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Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh. Jacki Doyle Jeska Gobracht Rach Justen. Instructions. Be quiet and pay close attention otherwise you will be put on detention. Make sure your sheet is completed as you will be asked questions afterwards. WITH REWARDS!!

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U.S. Entry into WWI notes

U.S. Entry into WWI notes

U.S. Entry into WWI notes. U.S. Neutrality. Most Americans didn’t want to get involved in WWI Divided loyalties: B/c America is a melting pot—people were from both Allied and Central Power nations Most economic ties were with Allies before & during war

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The Terms of Peace

The Terms of Peace

The Terms of Peace . Ch 18 Sec 4. Wilson’s Fourteen Points. President Wilson outlined a set of ideas to make for a more just world after the war. 6 points contained plans of a general nature.

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Topic 1: 20th Century Warfare

Topic 1: 20th Century Warfare

Topic 1: 20th Century Warfare. Different types of 20 th Century warfare o Civil, guerrilla, limited, revolutionary o Total war Origins and Causes of War o Long-term and short-term causes, failure of diplomacy o Economic, ideological, political, religious causes

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Quick Write

Quick Write

Quick Write. When do you think it is justified for a country to go to war? What do you think a country needs in order to be successful in a war ? Why do you think World War I was quoted as being “The war to ends all wars”? Was the statement correct? Explain. . Causes of World War I.

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The Aftermath of World War I

The Aftermath of World War I

The Aftermath of World War I. Nationalism, Imperialism, and World War I. The Paris Peace Conference (1919). Believing that President Wilson’s offer would be the basis of the peace settlement, Germans agreed to end the war and overthrow the Kaiser.

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World War I and the Aftermath

World War I and the Aftermath

World War I and the Aftermath. Chapter 14. Map of Africa. Required Extra Credit Burundi Central African Republic Congo Madagascar Liberia Egypt Rwanda Mali Ethiopia South Africa Namibia Kenya Somalia Swaziland Libya Sudan Uganda Zimbabwe. The Stage is Set.

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Chapter 14, Section 1: The Great War

Chapter 14, Section 1: The Great War

Chapter 14, Section 1: The Great War. Section Summary

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March 5, 2014 R.A.W. Lafayette we are here!! Explain

March 5, 2014 R.A.W. Lafayette we are here!! Explain

March 5, 2014 R.A.W. Lafayette we are here!! Explain. AIM 45 How did American involvement in WW1 impact the outcome?. I Peace for Now. Russia withdraws from the war in December, 1917. Signs Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with Germany in March, 1918. America joins the fight in June, 1917.

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Outline Notes

Outline Notes

Outline Notes. From Neutrality to War. A. President Wilson tried to bring about peace. T ried bringing both sides together for an armistice (a stop in fighting) K ept U.S. out of war until 1918 opposing warmongers (persons stirring up war).

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Palmer Raids 1919-1920

Palmer Raids 1919-1920

Palmer Raids 1919-1920. Attempts to arrest and deport Led by General A. Mitchell Palmer. Alexander Mitchell Palmer 1872-1936. Supporter of the Democratic Party. Worked in the House of Representatives with Woodrow Wilson Appointed attorney general in 1919.

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28 th President of the U.S.

28 th President of the U.S.

28 th President of the U.S. Woodrow Wilson. 1856-1924. Served in office March 4, 1913-March 4, 1921. Democratic Party. Three Facts. 1. President Wilson had two marriages. Ellen Louise Axson (1860–1914. and. Edith Bolling Galt (1872–1961. 2. President Wilson was Presbyterian. .

By bishop
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THE Road to World War I – PART ONE

THE Road to World War I – PART ONE

THE Road to World War I – PART ONE. Guided Reading Activity Answers. 1. Imperialism. when a stronger, more powerful nation takes over a weaker nation Back before WWI – many European countries were wanting to spread out and take over each other!. 2 . What other Factor?. Militarism

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Warm-up

Warm-up

Warm-up. What was the Blank Check and what did that mean to Austria What was the Zimmerman note and what did that mean for Americans sentient at home? Why did Germany feel it had to continue its unrestricted submarine warfare?. The Last Year of the War.

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World War I

World War I

World War I. November 11, 2013. Reasons for World War I in Europe. The buildup to World War I (originally called the ______________) in Europe was caused by ________________ in Africa, the Americas, and Asia.

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World War I: Turning Points

World War I: Turning Points

World War I: Turning Points. Weaponry. Machine gun Airplane Tank. Poison gas Zeppelin Big Bertha. Battle of the Marne (Sept 5-12, 1914). Month-long German offensive toward Paris halted after six French field armies and one British army counterattacked against the Germans

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Objective 4

Objective 4

Objective 4. Analyze the attempted peace settlements and discuss how and why the peace settlements failed. Facts By the Number. Date of Armistice – 11/11/1918 at 11:00am Date the Treaty of Versailles was signed – 6/28/1919 Houses destroyed in France – 750,000

By gavivi
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WWI and the US

WWI and the US

WWI and the US. Unleashing the beast, OR just remember, “ ANIMal ”. WWI Absurdity: Where – Europe; When - 1914 . Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire Bulgaria (1915). Serbia Russia England France Italy (1915) Romania (1916) Greece (1917).

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