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WW1/ Spanish war


was the us a globel power yes
Nationlism strong pride in ones country
militorylism building up your arm forces
aliances is a strong relationship between nations
major Allie powers great Britain and France. Russia and Serbia. belgium
central Allie powers Germany. Austria Hungary and Bulgaria. Hungarian Empire (Turkey).
what sparked the war The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
How was the president Woodrow Wilson
What was one of the reasons we went to war The sinking of the Lustitania
What was Germany hurting They where hurting commercial shipping business
What did the Zimmerman telegram try to do. They try to get mexico to attack the U.S
When did we joined the war 1917
How long did it take to end the war less than a year
What treaty made Germany pay billions of dollars Treaty of Versaille
who wrote the 14 points Woodrow wilson
The 14 points was the formation of what the 14 points was the formation of the league of nations
why did we didn't we join the league of nations WE didn't want to get involved with Europe war fairs and we wanted to stay isolated
what were the 4 causes Militarylism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism
Imperialism Taking over other countrys
What happened After the Spanish American War ended. US defeated in a war over Spanish control of Cuba The US gained several __territory __________ at the end of the war. The US continue to grow as a important world power eventually becoming a superpower
What did we gain after the Spanish American War? The U.S became a world power Cuba became independent from Spain The U.S gained control of Guam puerto Rico Philippines
What are the three main results of the Spanish American War? Americans supported the Cuban rebels trying to win independence from Spain America wants to protect its business interests in Cuba Tension over the sinking of the U.S.S. maine in Havana harbor
The Spanish American War was a quick victory for the U.S
What Spanish forces was defeated Spanish forces were defeated in cuba, Philippines, and puerto rico
How long did the Spanish war last It lasted from April to august 1898
Theodore Roosevelt gathered a voluntary solder called the Rough _riders
Reasons for the Spanish American War Americans desire to help free cuba people from spanish mistreatment. Protection of American businesses in Cuba (sugar plantations). sinking of the battleship of the U.S maine while it was anchored in cubas harbor.
was another reasons for the Spanish war Exaggerated news reports called Yellow journalism
This policy stated that the US would not intervene with any existing European colonies in the Americas; however, it would not allow anymore colonization by any European power Monroe document
The policy that the US had the right to intervene in the affairs of Latin American nations whenever those nations seemed unstable. rosevelt corollary
The 26th President theador rosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt’s policy of negotiating peacefully while carrying a big stick (or the use of military) Big stick
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