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Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The United States Enters the War Faces of History: Woodrow Wilson The End of the Fight

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The United States Enters the War Faces of History: Woodrow Wilson The End of the Fight

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The United States Enters the War Faces of History: Woodrow Wilson The End of the Fighting A Difficult Peace Map: Europe and the Middle East The War Ends Preview, continued The Costs of the War Quick Facts: Effects of World War I

By adamdaniel
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World War I Pictures

World War I Pictures

World War I Pictures 1914-1918 Map of Europe during WWI What sparked the beginning of WWI? The assassination of an Austrian prince Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife. Alliances (gangs) of countries went to war with each other. What brought U.S. into WWI?

By ostinmannual
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Americans fought in the

Americans fought in the

Chapter 1: America and the Great War. Americans fought in the . G.R.E.A.T. W.A.R. Chapter 1: America and the Great War. German U-boats anger U.S. G. “ U-boats” are German submarines (“unterseeboots” in German)

By liam
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World War I

World War I

World War I. Lsn 19. ID & SIG:. AEF, auftragstaktik, Fourteen Points, isolationism, Meuse-Argonne, Nivelle, Petain, Pershing, Russian Revolution, Treaty of Versailles, unrestricted submarine warfare, York, Ypres (Third Battle). Breaking the Stalemate: American Entry.

By Albert_Lan
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World War Two Poland to Normandy

World War Two Poland to Normandy

World War Two Poland to Normandy. Major Rascon. Learning Objectives. Know and explain the failure of the Western Allies to respond militarily to the invasion of Poland and the subsequent “Phony War” Know and explain the rapid victory by Germany in Western Europe

By Ava
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US History II

US History II

US History II. 2 nd Six Weeks Remediation. WWI Key Terms to Define. Neutrality: U-boats Lusitania: Zimmerman Telegram: Rationing: 14 Points: League of Nations:. Declaring Neutrality. All of the major European nations are in a bloody war over imperialism, nationalism, and militarism.

By Mercy
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Essential Question : What were battlefield conditions like during World War I?

Essential Question : What were battlefield conditions like during World War I?

Essential Question : What were battlefield conditions like during World War I? Why did the Allies win World War I? Agenda for CPWH Unit 11.2 : Clicker review questions “Fighting World War I” notes Today’s HW: 29.1 CPWH Midterm: Tuesday, March 22.

By santa
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WORLD WAR I

WORLD WAR I

WORLD WAR I. Major Rascon. SOURCES. Jones, The Art of War in the Western World , pp. 434-488 Preston and Wise, Men In Arms , pp. 259-277 Weigley, American Way of War , pp. 192-222. LEARNING OBJECTIVES. Be familiar with the timeline and key events of the war

By greg
(194 views)

A Global Conflict

A Global Conflict

A Global Conflict. Gallipoli Campaign. Battle against the Ottomans at the strait of Dardanelles Supply line to Russia Turned into Trench warfare and dragged on Allies pulled out with no success and 250,000 casualties. Gallipoli Campaign. Battles in Africa and Asia.

By wenda
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A Global Conflict

A Global Conflict

A Global Conflict. Gallipoli Campaign. Battle against the Ottomans at the strait of Dardanelles Supply line to Russia Turned into Trench warfare and dragged on Allies pulled out with no success and 250,000 casualties. Gallipoli Campaign. Battles in Africa and Asia.

By diallo
(126 views)

Chapter 23

Chapter 23

Chapter 23. War and Society 1914–1920. How and why did World War I began? Evaluate and discuss President Wilson’s decision to enter the war in 1917. Why World War I was considered a “total war”. How he war affected economic affairs and social relationships in America?

By elsa
(140 views)

Thomas Ring & Cydney West

Thomas Ring & Cydney West

The Great War. Thomas Ring & Cydney West. The Road to World War I. TERMS. Conscription A military draft Mobilization Process of assembling troops and supplies and making them ready for war (in 1914, this was considered an act of war) Triple Alliance

By teague
(95 views)

The History of Codebreaking, Part I: The Pre-Computing Era (Preview Edition) Jason Hale

The History of Codebreaking, Part I: The Pre-Computing Era (Preview Edition) Jason Hale

The History of Codebreaking, Part I: The Pre-Computing Era (Preview Edition) Jason Hale. Cipher – Early Techniques.

By latika
(134 views)

IMPERIALISM

IMPERIALISM

IMPERIALISM. USII.4A-B. SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR WORLD WAR I. USII.4A. REASONS FOR SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR. Protection of American business interests in Cuba American support for Cuban rebels’ independence from Spain Rising tensions as a result of “The Maine” in Havana Harbor

By gwendolyn
(109 views)

The Great War

The Great War

The Great War. Nationalism. Ottoman retreat from Balkans creates Slavic nationalism. Serbs desire a unified independent Serbia. Russian support for Pan-Slavism creates tension with Austria-Hungary. Austria-Hungary annexed Bosnia in 1908. Imperialism.

By matty
(263 views)

World War I Theme: Causes and Results of Global War

World War I Theme: Causes and Results of Global War

World War I Theme: Causes and Results of Global War. Lsn 18. Agenda. Causes Schlieffen Plan Trench Warfare Attempts to break the stalemate Gas Peripheral Operations: Gallipoli Frontal Assaults at Verdun and the Somme Hutier tactics Tanks American Involvement Technological Developments

By johana
(163 views)

Chapter 14 World War I and the Russian Revolution 1914-1924

Chapter 14 World War I and the Russian Revolution 1914-1924

Chapter 14 World War I and the Russian Revolution 1914-1924. Section 3 Winning the War. Objectives for this section: *Describe how WWI became a total war. *Explain the effect that years of warfare had on morale. *Analyze the causes and effects of American entry into the war.

By jefferson
(334 views)

Americans fought in the

Americans fought in the

Chapter 3: America and the Great War. Americans fought in the . G.R.E.A.T. W.A.R. Chapter 3: America and the Great War. German U-boats anger U.S. G. “ U-boats” are German submarines (“unterseeboots” in German)

By rico
(94 views)

World War I Begins

World War I Begins

World War I Begins . Chapter 19 sec 1. Causes of World War I. Nationalism Devotion to the interests and culture of one ’ s nation. This leads to competition and many fear Germany ’ s growing power. Ethnic groups band together and demand their own independent nation. . Imperialism

By pennie
(105 views)

World War I “ The Great War” 1914-1918

World War I “ The Great War” 1914-1918

World War I “ The Great War” 1914-1918. Rivalry Between Nations. Industrialization created rivalries among European countries. Great Britain, France, Germany, and other European countries needed natural resources for their factories.

By kali
(321 views)

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