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U.S. History Ch. 9

Nationalism a feeling of intense pride in one's homeland
Militarism aggressive build-up of armed forces to intimidate or threaten other nations
Triple Alliances formed in late 19th century; Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.
No-Man's Land area separating the trenches
U-boats German Submarines
Trenches ran for hundreds of miles along the western front
March 1916 A German U-boat torpedoed the British Sussex
The Zimmerman Telegram in January 1917, Britain intercepted the Zimmerman Telegram from Germany.
The Zimmerman Telegram trying to get Mexico to invade the United States in return for Germany's support in regaining lost Mexican territory from the U.S.
The Russian Revolution Czar Nicholas II was overthrown
The Russian Revolution this meant the U.S was free to enter the war and not be allied with an absolute monarch
Reasons the United States entered the war Unrestricted German Submarine warfare The Zimmerman Telegram The Russian Revolution
Selective Service Act May 1917- was passed because not enough Americans were volunteering
Gen. John J. "Blackjack'' Pershing was placed in command of the American Expeditionary Force
The Harlem Hell Fighters First American regiment to serve with AEF
Convoy System Warships escorted troops and supply ships to Europe to prevent U-boat attacks
Herbert Hoover ran the Food Administration
National War Labor Board established to prevent strikes during the war
Created by: Becca101