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Teddy Roosevelt Test

12/11/09

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Who was the rough rider who fought at San Juan Hill? Teddy Roosevelt
What was the purpose of the Spanish American War? To free Cuba from Spanish rule
What is Yellow Journalism called today? propaganda
What is imperialism? economic and political control outside the U.S
What is nationalism? Devotion to one's country
What is militarism? Build up of arms and weapons
What are alliances? Buddy System
What country sunk the Lusitania? Germany
How many Americans were on board the Lusitania? 128
Who was the Zimmerman Note to? Mexico
When was the Lusitania sunk? 1915
Who was one of the Allies? France
Who was one of the Allies? Italy
Who was one of the Allies? U.S.
Who was one of the Central Powers? Germany
Who was one of the Central Powers? Austria Hungary
Who was one of the Central Powers? Bulgaria
What was the Open Door Policy? Allow trade in China and Asia
What is Annexation? New territory allowed to exist in country
What country was annexed? Hawaii
When was Hawaii annexed? 1898
What president is known for the Dollar Diplomacy? W.H. Taft
When did World War 1 start? 1914
When did the U.S. get involved in WW1? 1917
When did WW1 end? 1918
What was the cause of WW1? Lots of alliances between European nations for defense.
Who was the heir to the Austrian throne but was assassinated? Archduke Ferdinand
What were sold to finance WW1? Liberty Bonds
Who pushed for reparations after WW1? England
Who paid the most reparations? Germany
What made the end of The Great War? Signing of the Treaty of Versailles
What is another name for WW1? The Great War
What is another name for WW1? The War To End All Wars
What did Woodrow Wilson promote? League of Nations
What was the League of Nations? World organization to endure peace
Was there a plan for returning soldiers? No
How did the U.S. acquire the Panama Canal? By starting a revolt in the very city where it got it's name
What is a sphere of influence? Economic or political control
As a result of the Spanish American War what country became a U.S. territory? Puerto Rico
As a result of the Spanish American War what country became a U.S. territory? Guam
How were civil liberties limited during WW1? Espionage Act of 1917
How were civil liberties limited during WW1? Sedition Act of 1918
How did WW1 affect policies at home? Women in the work place
How did WW1 affect policies at home? women suffrage
How did WW1 affect foreign policies? Communism
How did WW1 affect foreign policies? Immigration
Created by: tsteve11
 

 



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