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ch. 11 study guide

History study guide for Coach Fordham

List the nations belonging to the Triple Entente. France, Great Britain, and Russia .
What Supreme Court case ruled 1st Amendment rights were limited if there was a danger to the public? Schenick v. United States
What was the initial spark of War to begin WWI and where did it happen? A young Serbian nationalist named Gavirilo Princip killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Describe the Great Migration. The large scale movement of hundreds of thousands of southern blacks to cities in the North.
Who was Alvin York? Greatest war heroes.
Who were the Big Four and the nations each represented? Composed of Woodrow Wilson, David Lloyd George of Britain, Vittario Emanuele Orlando of Italy, and George Clemenceau of France.
List the nations of the Triple Alliance. Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy
What was the Zimmerman Telegram? Proposed an alliance between Mexico and Germany proposing to recover lost territory from New Mexico, Texas, and Arizona.
What did the Espionage and Sedition Acts do? Prohibited many forms of speech.
What was the Black Hand, who belonged to the organization, and what did he do? Was a secret military society, by officers in the army of the kingdom in Serbia.
Who was the 1st to use a tank in battle and who was the first to use poison gas? Germany on April 22, 1915
List reasons most Americans sided with the Allies. Felt that this war was between the Zimmerman Telegram had something to do with it.
What nations were left out of the peace conference at the end of the war? Allied countries
What was the 14 Points? President Wilson's plan for peace intended to address the MAIN causes of WWI.
Explain the system used by American merchant shipping to protect against U-Boat attacks. To create thousands of paintings, posters, cartoons and sculptures promoting the war.
List all causes of WWI. 1. Mutual defense alliances 2. Imperialism 3. Militarism 4. Nationalism 5. Immediate cause: assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
What did the Selective Service Act of 1917 do? Required all men in the U.S. between the ages of 21 and 30 to register for military service.
Which major nation had the smallest number of casualties in WWI? United States
Describe how the other Allied leaders responded to Wilson’s 14 Points. 14 points
What federal agency was in charge of “selling” the war to the American people? The Federal Beraeu of Investigation
Describe the combat faced by soldiers in WWI. Trench Warfare
List the battles in which American soldiers played large roles. Belau wood, Marne, Chateau Thierry
List all factors that led to the German surrender. American numbers, riots in Berlin, Wilhelm stepping down
When did WWI end? 11 am November 11, 1918
What was the purpose of the 19th Amendment? Women's vote
Explain the weaknesses of the Treaty of Versailles. Too expensive for Germany, Germany forced to accept guilt.
Explain how the end of WWI ensured a future WWII. Created atmosphere of despair and hate in Germany.
List the Factors of US entrance into WWI. U boats, investment, Zimmerman note, ties to France and Britain.
List new technologies of WWI. Tank, plane, machine gun, poison gas
What did President Wilson do after returning home from the peace conference? Traveled trying to get support for Treaty of Versailles.
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