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Chapter 6 Test

World War 1

QuestionAnswer
Which of the following was not a main cause of World War 1? armistice
What nation informed American authorities about the Zimmerman note? Great Britian
The most decisive battles during World War 1 were fought____? On the Western front
The invasion of Belgium turned American opinion against Germany because_____? Belgium was a neutral nation
Why did the Zimmerman Note cause outrage among Americans? It promised Mexico that Germany would help reclaim U.S. territory if the U.S. entered the war against Germany.
In what way did the Treaty of Versailles hurt the German economy? It forced Germany to pay a huge sum of money for war damages.
One of the most destructive new weapons used in WW1 was____? Poison gas
Which term is defined largely by feelings of extreme patriotism? Nationalism
Congress voted to declare war on Germany for several reasons, what did not contribute to that decision? Shared German ancestry
One of the strongest themes of Wilson's Fourteen Points was to____? Create independent and democratic nations around the world.
What was the main purpose behind the alliance system? To discover attacks from other nations.
WW1 lasted from____? 1914-1918
What was the area in between the trenches called during WW1? No Man's Land
France, Russia, and Great Britain made up the____? Triple Entente
What was the immediate result of most trench warfare battles? Massive deadlocks
The entry of the U.S. into WW1_____? Added hundreds of thousands of troops to the Allied cause.
In the U.S., one effect of WW1 was____? Increased government regulations.
During the Great Migration, why did many African Americans move from the South? To look for industrial jobs in the North.
Conscientious objectors could be excused from military service because of their____? Religious beliefs.
During WW1, what did the Allies most often use to protect their ships from attack? Convoy
What was an effect of America's entry into WW1? American economic growth
During the Great Migration, African Americans moved to escape___? Rural poverty
What was a cause of America's entry into WW1? The Zimmerman Note
What was not a way the Americans at home could help the war effort? Participating in a USO tour.
The U.S. government published many posters to encourage Americans to____? Invest in the war effort Increase military enlistment Conserve resources for the military.
The U.S. Senate refused to ratify the Treaty of Versailles because many believed____? The League of Nations could draw the U.S. into future wars.
What was a large idea under the Fourteen Points? European nations would be independent.
Why did Germany follow a policy of "unrestricted submarine warfare"? To prevent food and supplies from reaching the Allies.
Many Americans were against joining the League of because____? They feared it would involve the U.S. in future European Wars.
What are ways that the federal government sought to support on the home front for the war effort during WW1? Putting out propaganda posters, selling liberty bonds, encouraging home grown gardens, and everyone rations their food and supplies.
Created by: ingramau