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Great War

American Destiny Chapter 23

What was the military alliance during WWI that mainly consisted of Britain, France, and Russia, and Italy known as? Allied Powers
What was the military alliance during WWI that mainly consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey known as? Central Powers
What was the law passed in WWI making the obstruction of the nation's effort to win illegal? Espionage Act
Amendment passed and later ratified by Congress prohibiting states from depriving citizens of the due processes or the equal protection of the laws Fourteen Points
The United States refused to join this worldwide assembly of nations that was included in the Treaty of Versailles League of Nations
What was public hysteria over Bolshevik influence in the US after WWI leading to the mass arrests and deportations of radicals, labor activists, and ethnic leaders called? "Red Scare"
This law placed limitations on freedom of speech during wartime, in effect during WWI Sedition Act
What was the federal agency established during WWI that reorganized industry for maximum efficiency and productivity War Industries Board (WIB)
What is the information, that is often biased, used to promote a particular point of view known as? Propaganda
The telegram sent to Mexico from Germany proposing a secret alliance during WWI is called the Zimmerman Telegram
Who was responsible for distributing propaganda during WWI? Committee on Public Information (CPI)
Who was the former candidate for president that was later sentenced to 10 years in prison for giving an anti-war speech? Eugene V. Debs
What two amendments, one outlawing alcohol and the other granting women's suffrage, were adopted during this time period? 18th & 19th
During the Paris Peace Conference, Wilson, David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau, and Vittorio Orlando controlled the meeting. What were they known as? The Big Four
Which treaty came out of the Paris Peace Conference, placed the blame of causing WWI on Germany, and created the League of Nations? Treaty of Versailles
Created by: twin_renee