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WW1, 20's, amendment

Germany refused to end _______________. This pushed the United States to join World War 1. Unrestricted submarine Warfare
This treaty punished Germany and put the blame on them for causing World War 1. The Treaty of Versailles
What were the years of WW1? 1914-1918
What political event started WW1? The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
What caused the war to grow so quickly? Alliances
Austria-Hungary, Germany, Bulgaria and The Ottoman Empire (Turkey) fought on the side of The Central Powers or The Allied Powers? The Central Powers
Serbia, Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy and the United States fought on the side of The Central Powers or The Allied Powers? The allied Powers
What year did the United States join WW1? 1917
This was an intercepted secret telegram sent from Germany that proposed a military alliance between Germany and Mexico in the event that the United States enters World War I against Germany. The Zimmerman note/telegram
What is the name of the passenger liner that was sunk by Germany's unrestricted submarine warfare? The Lusitania
The sinking of the Lusitania, the Zimmerman note and the financial ties with France and Britain are all reasons why America __________________________________. Joined World War 1
Germany planned an attack on France at the beginning to WW1. They planned to go through the neutral nation of Belgium. This caused Great Britain to join the war. What was the name of this plan? The Schlieffen Plan
United States president during WW1 Woodrow Wilson
These were used to encourage men to join the war and encourage everyone to support the war Propaganda posters
The money that Germany had to pay to the Allied nations for war damage is called- Reparations
Who won the War, The Allied or Central Powers? Allied
What was the era following WW1 in America called? The roaring 20's
Who was a greatest and most popular baseball player of his time? Babe Ruth
Who invented the moving assembly line? Henry Ford
The moving assembly line made cars more _______________, so that more people could buy cars affordable
The process of concentrating on and becoming expert in a particular subject or skill Specialization
What device allowed for the spread of Jazz music across the country? The radio
With the desire to have fun and travel and the affordability of the model T car, people were going out much more. What business grew were the result of this? More restaurants, hotels, gas stations, and repair shops
This was a movement of the arts which started in Harlem, New York The Harlem Renaissance
The ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future is known as : Credit
The first man to fly alone in the  transatlantic flight across the Atlantic Ocean. He flew from New York to Paris in the Spirit of  St. Louis. Charles Lindbergh
What new sound came about in New Orleans and Chicago that was a blend of African and European musical traditions? This age was know as the "_____ age." Jazz Music
This amendment outlawed poll taxes: 24th
This amendment gave women the right to vote 19th
This amendment made it illegal to ban people from voting based on their race 15th
This amendment gave citizens in Washington, D.C. (District of Columbia) the right to vote for president and vice president. 23rd
This amendment lowered the voting age. Now a person can vote at 18 years old. 26th
This amendment gives citizens the right to a fair trial (Due Process)? 5th
The first ten amendments to the Constitution is called: The Bill of Rights
An article added to the US Constitution is called: An amendment
What are the 3 branches of the Government? Executive, Legislative and Judaical
What is an armistice? An agreement made by opposing sides in a war to stop fighting (cease-fire)
What was a German U-boat? Germany's underwater boats (submarines)
Created by: apetrillo
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