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US involvement WWI

Week 15 Social Study Guide

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• The US entered the war in 1917
• A nickname for American troops Doughboy
The president of the United States during WWI • Woodrow Wilson
• Woodrow Wilson’s “Fourteen Points” a plan for a lasting peace
• The United States brought the extra strength the Allied Powers needed to defeat the Central Powers
• Nationalism is when the citizens of a country have a strong love or pride for their homeland.
• The Lusitania was a British ocean liner Germany sunk killing 128 Americans.
• When WWI began the United States chose to remain neutral.
• In the Zimmerman telegram Germany promised to Mexico as part of their alliance territory in the Southwestern United States.
• Reparations are the payments by the loosing side to the victors for losses suffered during a war.
• The Treaty of Versailles required Germany to pay reparations, limit its military in size, weapons, and location.
• The United States fought in the war but did not sign the Treaty of Versailles.
• The League of Nations was the international organization created at the end of WWI to prevent future wars.
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