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100 200 300 400 500 Vocabulary Famous People Important Places Important Events W.W. I “Firsts” Pot Luck Final Jeopard-E
An agreement to cease fire Vocabulary 100
What is an armistice? Vocabulary 100
When a strong country controls the political & economic affairs of a weaker country Vocabulary 200
What is imperialism? Vocabulary 200
Vocabulary 300 Payment for damages caused by a defeated country
Vocabulary 300 What are reparations?
Vocabulary 400 The German king and the Russian emperor
What are “kaiser” and “tzar?” Vocabulary 400
The spreading of information to either help your cause or hurt the enemy’s cause Vocabulary 500
What is propaganda? Vocabulary 500
The nickname for the commander of the American troops (A.E.F.) in World War I Famous People 300
Who was “Black Jack” Pershing? Famous People 300
The President of the United States during World War I Famous People 300
Who was Woodrow Wilson? Famous People 100
His assassination led to the outbreak of World War I Famous People 200
Who was Francis/Franz Ferdinand? Famous People 200
The German official who sent a famous “telegram” Famous People 400
Who was Zimmermann? Famous People 400
The name given to the major world leaders who wrote the treaty ending World War I Famous People 500
What was The “Big Four?” Famous People 500
The assassination of the archduke from this country led to the outbreak of World War I Important Places 100
What was Austria- Hungary? Important Places 100
This country had an important revolution during World War I Important Places 200
What was Russia? Important Places 200
This country was offered their “lost territories” if they attacked the United States in 1917 Important Places 300
What was Mexico? Important Places 300
DAILY DOUBLE Important Places 400 DAILY DOUBLE Extra 400 Points
The city and country where the treaty ending World War I was signed Important Places 400
What is Versailles, France? (The Versailles Treaty) Important Places 400
Three of the four countries which made up The Central Powers Important Places 500
What were Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire (Turkey), and Bulgaria? Important Places 500
The sinking of this ship was a reason many Americans became angry at Germany Important Events 100
What was The Lusitania? Important Events 100
The “spark” which led to World War I Important Events 200
What was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand? Important Events 200
The creation of this “weapon” marked the beginning of modern chemical warfare Important Events 300
What was mustard gas? Important Events 300
The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month Important Events 400
When did fighting of World War I cease? (the armistice) Important Events 400
This international peace-keeping organization was established without the United States Important Events 500
What was The League of Nations? Important Events 500
This type of “underground” warfare was first used in W.W. I W.W. I “Firsts” 100
What was trench warfare? W.W. I “Firsts” 100
The word used to describe the first German submarines W.W. I “Firsts” 200
What were U- Boats? W.W. I “Firsts” 200
Two new types of transportation first used by the military in World War I W.W. I “Firsts” 300
What were tanks and airplanes? W.W. I “Firsts” 300
Two new types of weapons first used in World War I W. W. I “Firsts” 400
What were automatic and/or repeating rifles, hand grenades, and poison gas? W.W. I “Firsts” 400
Americans raised money for the war by selling these for the first time W.W. I “Firsts” 500
What were Liberty Bonds? W.W. I “Firsts” 500
Nickname for American soldiers in World War I Pot Luck 100
What were “doughboys?” Pot Luck 100
How anti-German propaganda posters referred to Germany Pot Luck 200
What was “the Hun”? Pot Luck 200
The three “isms” which were underlying causes of World War I Pot Luck 300
What were nationalism, imperialism and militarism? Pot Luck 300
The document in which President Wilson outlined his hopes for a peaceful world after World War I Pot Luck 400
What was The Fourteen Points? Pot Luck 400
Three “punishments” Germany had to accept after World War I Pot Luck 500
Germany had to: -accept blame for the war -pay reparations for damage -give up its colonies -disband its army Pot Luck 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: The Results of World War I Please record your wager Click on screen to begin
Click on screen to continue Name 5 countries which were newly created at the end of World War I
1- Austria and Hungary became 2 separate countries 2- Poland 3-Finland 4-Yugoslavia 5-Czechoslovakia 6-Estonia 7-Latvia 8- Lithuania Click on screen to continue
Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Good luck on tomorrow’s test………….
The Great War
World War I causes of World War I Underlying causes (the fuel): Underlying causes (the fuel): nationalism nationalism imperialism imperialism.
IMPERIALISM USII.4A-B SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR WORLD WAR I.
WORLD WAR I AND THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES. CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I World War I began when Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a Serbian, Gavrilo.
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Causes of World War I.
World War I Cheat Sheet.
Instructions Anything written in yellow (SLOW down and pay attention) is useful information. You should write it in your notes IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Anything.
The Great War CausesLeadersU.S. Involvement Box of Chocolate Chocolate is Fat free
Today’s Bell Work Answer questions 1-2 under “Postwar Europe” on page 697 of Creating America. Word of the Day Propaganda.
Chapter 23 Review World War One. Know all Vocabulary 1-13 M.A.I.N causes of WWI- –Militarism –Alliances –Imperialism –Nationalism.
World War I.
JEOPARDY World War I Belgian troops carrying their FN Mauser Model 1889 rifles. Looks as if one man is getting a haircut with the others either waiting.
World War I Chapter 15 Section 1. World War I The Big Idea World War I and the peace treaty that followed brought tremendous change to Europe. Main.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
) Imperialism Ex: Ethiopia – Italy v. Great Britain Morocco – France v. Germany.
Trick to Remember countries in WWI
WWI weapons & inventions
The Treaty of Versailles
JEOPARDY World War I Categories
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