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GavinC Chpt 22, 23

Chapter 22, 23

Yellow Journalism sensational style of reporting that began in the late 1800’s by Pulitzer and Hearst
Nationalism pride in one’s nation - many small groups in Europe felt this - was one cause of WWI
Imperialism the policy by which a powerful country takes control of the economic and political affairs of a weaker country or region - this foreign policy was especially followed from 1870 to 1914
Roosevelt Corollary expansion of the Monroe Doctrine by Theodore Roosevelt that claimed America had the right to interfere in Latin America to preserve law & independence
Militarism building up the military forces to prepare for war - one cause of WWI
Trench Warfare the type of fighting in WWI in which both sides dug trenches, which were protected by mines and barbed wire - “no man’s land” was in the middle
Spanish American War 4 months in 1898 - US became a colonial power and gained territories such as Puerto Rico and the Philippines. Cuba also became an independent nation
Armistice an agreement to stop fighting - WWI November 12, 1918
14 Points Wilson’s goals for peace after WWI - Point 14 established the League of Nations
US Foreign Policy after WWI 50. US Foreign Policy after WWI: 1. Senate voted not to accept the Versailles Treaty 2. US not in the League of Nations 3. Many Americans feared communism 4. wanted to remain isolationist
Self Determination the right of national groups to own their own territories and have their own forms of government without interference & control by stronger nations
Outcome of the Treaty of Versailles 1. Germany takes full blame for the war 2. Germany had to disarm completely 3. Germany had to pay huge reparations 4.Germany lost its colonies
Use of Submarines and Airplanes in WWI these weapons were new and the technology was tested, perfected, and deadly
Reparations payments to the winner of a war for the war damages inflicted by the loser during the war
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