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(WW1)

(WW1) Chapter 8/Chapter 9

QuestionAnswer
Nationalism First, the growth of nationalism let to World War 1.
Ethnic Groups People of different ethnic groups want to fight to have their own nations.
Militarism Militarism was a third cause of the war
Alliances Another cause was the growth of alliances
Assassin The assassin was a serbian who was angry that Austria-Hungary
Trench Warfare Soldiers in World War 1 used trench Warfare
Poison Gas They fired machine guns and poison gas at the enemy from the trenches
Dogfights Airplanes in battles called dogfights.
Submarines New weapons such as tanks,poison gas, and submarines were also used.
Merchant Ships Americans were furious when German submarines sank there merchant ships.
Communists Communists won control of the government.
Torpedoes The Lusitania, a British passenger ship, sank after being hit by two torpedoes fired from a German submarine.
Propaganda To build support for the war, the Committee on Public Information created and spread propaganda
Chapter 9 America in 1920s
Prohibition The period when alcoholic beverages were illegal was called prohibition.
Scandals Many scandals occurred during Harding's years as presedent.
Prosperity Hoover promised that Americans would continue to enjoy prosperity.
Red Scare The fear of communism in 1919 caused a time of panic called the Red Scare.
Anarchists Americans were also afraid of anarchists, people who did not want any government.
Nativism Another threat to democracy was nativism, or the fear of foreigners.
Racism Racism threatened democracy because the constitution was suppose to protect the freedom of all Americans.
Executed Instead the two men were executed in 1927.
Assembly Line He invented a moving assembly line to produce cars faster and cheaper than every before.
Urban The largest urban African American community was in a New York City neighborhood called Harlem
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