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What relationship did Germany have with the U.S. during WWI? Explain.Opener What relationship did Germany have with the U.S. during WWI? Explain.
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
What was the U.S. position on WWI?Neutrality What was the U.S. position on WWI?
Sec. of State: favored neutrality despite U-Boat attacksWilliam Jennings Bryan Sec. of State: favored neutrality despite U-Boat attacks
Woodrow Wilson narrowly wins1916 Election Woodrow Wilson narrowly wins Campaign slogan??
What was Wilson’s successful campaign slogan in the Election of 1914What was Wilson’s successful campaign slogan in the Election of 1914? “ He kept us ______ ___ _____”
Wilson asks America not to choose sidesBut... Who did the U.S. Support?
Two events lead the U.S. into war...So…why do we enter WWI? Two events lead the U.S. into war...
Passenger ship (1,198 people - 139 from U.S.)#1 The Lusitania NY-GB Passenger ship (1,198 people from U.S.)
Americans are angry! Sunk by U-boat on May 7, ‘15 Hiding weapons?
Germans firing on those in the water?!
#2 Zimmerman Telegram Also…Zimmerman Note Dear Mexico..
Ally with us against the U. S. & we’ll give you land the U. SAlly with us against the U.S. & we’ll give you land the U.S. took in 1848 From: Arthur Zimmerman of Germany
GB intercepted the message & told U.S.Germany Mexico
U.S. neutrality officially endsWe must declare war on Germany April 2, 1917 U.S. neutrality officially ends
We must make the world safe for Democracy!
U.S. arrival tips balance in Allies’ favorCentral Powers
Let’s review today’s lesson by watching a short video clip!Lesson Review Let’s review today’s lesson by watching a short video clip!
WWI starts in 1914 US is neutral Does ship supplies to both sides of war Most Americans pulling for Allies Americans stay out of war because it is not.
BELLWORK: WWI Naval Warfare “On the Seas” (525) 1. Why did Britain need control of the seas? 2. Why did Germany want control of the seas? 3. What is a.
U.S. Involvement in WWI. Anti-War U.S. under Woodrow Wilson – neutral Americans strongly anti-war.
EQ: Why did the US join the war effort?. War starts in 1914 US declares it will remain neutral The US won’t join until 1917 What happened in those three.
World War I The Great War How did WE get into this mess?
THE UNITED STATES: A COUNTRY UNDECIDED. DO NOW-WAR OF THE HIGH SCHOOLS A WAR AMONGST THE HIGH SCHOOLS IN SOUTH JERSEY IS OCCURRING. CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL.
World War I. America Enters the War Wilson was narrowly reelected in 1916 as his supporters emphasized "he kept us out of war" Germany Resumes Unrestricted.
U.S. Enters WWI. Why wasnt the U.S. in WWI from the Start? Isolationism - The U.S. attempted to stay neutral U.S. citizens believed that U.S. should stay.
Quiz Thursday Causes of WWI – MAIN – Assassination Alliances – Who’s on what side US involvement.
Causes of America’s entry into WWI. Neutrality In the beginning the United States wanted to remain neutral. The war was happening in Europe. Wilson was.
Causes of World War I. Europe 1914 The Four MAIN Causes Militarism The Alliance System Imperialism Nationalism.
Do Now List three countries that were on the Allies’ side of World War I. AND List three countries that were on the Central Powers’ side of World War I.
U.S. Involvement in WWI Essential Question: How did the U.S. transition from neutrality to war?
Sequence of Events : The United States Enters WWI.
World War I. The Beginnings of World War I in Europe.
The U.S. Enters WWI. Questions to consider… Is peace without victory possible? Was WWI preventable? Why does a nation decide to go to war? Should the.
BELLWORK What are some effects of Mustard Gas? What are some effects of Mustard Gas? Why were the first two years of WWI a stalemate? Why were the first.
THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR I. The United States followed a policy of isolationism before World War I. The US kept to itself and was not considered.
The U.S. Enters World War I. I. World War I : U.S. Neutrality Objective 8.01: Examine the reasons why the United States remained neutral at the beginning.
Quiz Format: Multiple Choice and Short Answer (1) Moral Diplomacy – what it is, who said this Examples of imperialism – Spanish American War, Boxer Rebellion,
WWI AND THE U.S.. ENTRY OF THE U.S. PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON TRIED TO KEEP THE UNITED STATES OUT OF THE WAR, BUT IT BECAME INCREASINGLY DIFFICULT.
Was WWI a “just” war? (Aka: knowing that it was one of the biggest wars our world has ever seen, do you think the causes of WWI were reasonable? Does the.
American Neutrality. Thinking about the notes from yesterday, what does this cartoon mean?
US INVOLVEMENT IN WWI US Neutrality President Woodrow Wilson Tried to keep United States out of WWI from Tried to act a mediator between Allied.
WW1 #10: U.S. Enters the War Quiz today! 1.All of the following countries were members of the Allied forces EXCEPT: A.Britain B.Russia C.Italy D.Germany.
The Beginning of The End of WWI. A Revolution in Russia Russian economy was not strong enough to supply a prolonged war Russian government still ruled.
Chapter 17 Section 2 From Neutral to Declaration of War.
Getting to California neutrality – President Wilson official took no side at the beginning of World War I, although American businesses sold supplies to.
11-1 World War I Begins. Causes of World War I What caused WWI? What alliances divided Europe in1914? What diplomatic crises sparked the war?
What was the U.S. doing while Europe was fighting WWI?
World War I: Factors leading to U.S. involvement in WWI.
Events Leading to U.S. Involvement in WWI. REVIEW What four movements led to World War I (think of the powder keg?
President Woodrow Wilson “He kept us out of the war.” Election slogan: Forced into the war by Germany The World War I Era The United States Declares.
USA Enters WWI. German Submarine Warfare U-boats changed the rules of naval warfare U-boat: Submarine Americans felt that this was unfair.
Warm-up: Name 3 causes of World War I and discuss why these are considered causes of the war.
Journal Questions 1). What was the cause of the Trojan War? 2). Why were the Twelve Tables important? 3). What stopped the Mongolians from invading Japan?
Review 1) List at least 3 techniques used in propaganda 2) List at least 2 goals a government might want to accomplish with a propaganda poster 3) Describe.
What’s on television Today you will have the opportunity to collaborate with a team to create your own television show covering the events of WWI.
U.S. “Neutrality” in WWI. What does it mean to be “neutral”?
World War I Intro: Europe Before the War Germany – Strongest Army; Allied to Austria- Hungary (AH); Wanting to establish itself as a European/World.
US Entry into WWI.
Do Now Please get out something to write with. Two factors that would change the course of WWI.
The United States Declares War. Key Terms U-boat Sussex pledge Zimmermann note Russian Revolution.
14.3 Winning the War By 1917, Europeans were cracking under the strain of war. The stalemate dragged on. The departure of one country and the entry of.
Mr. Bermudez. Early Neutrality 1914 Americans did not want to get involved 3,000 Miles Away $3.5 billion invested worldwide On August 4, 1914.
US HISTORY: SPICONARDI Causes of U.S. Entry into World War I.
World War I Unrestricted Submarine Warfare U.S. Entry into the War.
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