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Semester Exam Review

1st Semester Exam Review

How did the Spanish-American War mark a change in the international role of the United States? The United States was recognized as a major military power.
Why were American business leaders concerned about the Cuban people’s struggle? They worried about the loss of property and trade in Cuba.
Which of the following refers to the group of people who were opposed to American foreign expansion? anti-imperialists
"The Philippines are ours forever . . . And just beyond the Philippines are China's illimitable markets. We will not retreat from either." -Senator Albert Beveridge, 1900. According to this quote, the U. S. was interested in trading with which country? China
Which of these is a type of German submarine? U-boat
What did Allied convoys in World War I consist of? Armed ships
What did the last of Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points propose to establish? League of Nations
". . . on the first of February we intend to begin submarine warfare unrestricted. It is our intention to to endeavor to to keep neutral the United States of America. If this attempt is not successful, we propose an alliance . . . with Mexico . . . we sha Central Powers
What were the names of the two sides fighting in World War I? the Allies and the Central Powers
Use the handout provided to answer the following question: At the beginning of World War I, the first country to declare war was Austria-Hungary against Serbia.
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