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World War I

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What was a factor in the United States entrance in World War I? German unrestricted submarine warfare
Why did the United States enter World War I in 1917? The U.S. had evidence of a threat to its national security.
What i the Zimmerman Telegram? A telegram from Germany to Mexico trying to convince Mexico to go to war with the US.
What was a factor in the U.S. entry in World War I? the sinking of the Lusitania
Germany used unrestricted submarine warfare to do what? sink ships
Which decade did WWI take place? 1910-1920
- Zimmerman Note · Sinking of the Lusitania · General John J. Pershing · Fourteen Points All of these terms are associated with what conflict? World War I
Which was a major cause for the entry of the U.S. into World War I? Germany was sinking American ships
On May 7, 1915, a German submarine torpedoed and sank what ship? the Lusitania
· neutrality · Sinking of the Lusitania · Woodrow Wilson · Treaty of Versailles All of these terms are associated with what conflict? World War I
What is the name of the treaty that ended World War I for most of the world? The Treaty of Versailles
· Blamed Germany for causing World War I · Said Germany must pay the winning powers huge sums of money · Took away many territories from Germany What is being described by these statements? The Treaty of Versailles
Which of these was a goal of the United States during World War I? freedom of the seas
When World War I began, what was the official policy of the United States regarding its involvement int the war? They pledged to remain militarily and politically neutral.
How did World War I impact women in the United States? Women worked many of the jobs that only men had been allowed to work.
Why didn't the United States Senates approve the Treaty of Versailles at the end of World War I? They believed it would take away power from the U.S. government.
Which U.S. President who promised to "keep us out of war" and then had to lead the country through World War I? Woodrow Wilson
When World War I broke out in Europe, the President Woodrow Wilson promised U.S. neutrality in the conflict. In this situation, what does neutrality mean? The United States would not enter the war on either side of the conflict.
World War I began in what period of time? 1910-1919
Mutual Defense Alliances Imperialism Militarism Nationalism Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand What event is being described? World War I
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