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Semester Exam Study Guide Answers- Part I
Monroe Doctrine U.S. stated the Americas were no longer open to European colonization
Ethiopia & Liberia Only countries in Africa able to maintain their independence
Mahatma Gandhi Led India’s independence mvmt.
Roosevelt Corollary Stated the U.S. could act as an international police in the Americas
Boxer Rebellion Attempt by the Chinese to get rid of foreign influence (& govt. corruption) in their country
Imperialism The extension of rule/influence by one govt., nation, or society over another
Panama Canal Started by France, finished by the U.S.-1914
Spanish-American War Cause- bombing of the USS Maine Winner- U.S.
Meiji Enlightened rule/ruler
Berlin Conference Africans were not invited to the meeting (to have a say about their country)
Pakistan Created in 1947 when India gained its independence
Boer War Winner- British 3 groups fighting- Boers, Africans, British
Thailand King Mongkut and his son were able to establish it as a neutral/buffer zone b/w France and Britain’s territories
Open Door Policy U.S. issued this policy & said China should stay open to trade
armistice Signed by France and Germany, to end WWI
Spark that lit the fuse Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, started WWI
Czarina Alexandra Ran Russia’s govt. while her husband was away at war
Austria & declaration of war Declared war on Serbia first
Treaty of Versailles Known as a “treaty built on quicksand” due to its problems
Big Four countries U.S., Britain, France, Italy
Central Powers Going into WWI – Germany and Austria- Hungary
Germany & guilt clause Germany had to accept full responsibility for the war
Allies (going into WWI) Britain, France, Russia
Four causes of WWI Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism Do not have to know the details
Schlieffen Plan Germany would race west, defeat France and fight Russia in the east
Austro-Hungarian heir Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Belgium Neutral country that refused to allow Germany to pass through and was then invaded by Germany
Slogan of Lenin Peace, Land, and Bread
Battles near Verdun/Somme River These battles showed just how ineffective trench warfare was
Pres. Wilson Represented the U.S. at the Paris Peace Conference Had the idea for the Fourteen Points plan
Battle of the Marne Caused Germany to fight a war on two fronts
Rasputin “holy man” who had political and emotional control over the Czarina Was allowed to make key political decisions at court, which many did not like
Lusitania Sunk by a German u-boat, killed 128 Americans (helped bring the U.S. into the war)
League of Nations From the Fourteen Points Would protect great and small states alike
Zimmermann Note Germany would help Mexico regain land from the U.S. if Mexico allied with Germany
March Revolution Overall result- the Czar and his family were assassinated
Lenin Leader of the Bolsheviks Helped to bring Russia out of its revolution
“The Great War” What were the causes and effects of “The War to End All Wars”?
World War I. Underlying Causes of WWI Alliance System Alliance System Militarism Militarism Imperialism Imperialism Nationalism Nationalism.
Chapter 10 World War I ■#1 Outbreak of World War I.
Alliance System of World War I. Austria- Hungary Serbia Alliance System of World War I.
Causes of World War I. Background causes Imperialism - Germany felt it deserved more colonies in Africa and Asia Imperialism - Germany felt it deserved.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt WWI Terms People, Places, Dates Dates,
Reviews. 1. Which 3 nations belonged to the Triple Entente? 2. Which 3 nations belonged to the Triple Alliance? 3. Which nation annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina.
WWI: Before, During & After. Extreme Nationalism.
Causes Leaders Dates America’s Entry Alliances & Sides Grab Bag
WWI Jeopardy Beginning DuringCountries End Imperialism Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
World War I Begins Nationalism Militarism Allies Central Powers Archduke Franz Ferdinand Lusitania Zimmermann Note.
1914 June- Arch-Duke Franz Ferdinand is assassinated July- Austria- Hungary declares War on Serbia August- Germany declares War on Russia and France August-
The policy in which stronger nations extend economic, political, or military control over weaker territories.
WORLD WAR I REVIEW Causes of WWI New weapons Assassination of Ferdinand Why US joined war Trench warfare Schlieffen Plan No Man’s Land Unrestricted Sub.
1.Underlying factors A. Nationalism B. Imperialism C. Militarism-aggressive preparation for war D. Alliance system 2. Spark A. Assassination of Arch Duke.
Ch.12 The World War I Era Overview - Timeline Warm -up Name one country east of Germany. West of Germany. Name one country in the Allied Powers.
World History II - Unit 7 Imperialism World War I The Russian Revolution.
Jeopardy Nationalism Roots of War Russian Rev The Great WAR Outcome of WAR Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
NEXT Allied soldiers climbing over trenches on first day of the costly Battle of the Somme (July 1, 1916). Unit 7 - The Great War, 1914–1918 Several factors.
Warmup Partner 1: What were the FIVE causes of WWI? Partner 2: Give three examples of total war. Partner 1: Who made up the Allies? Partner 2: Who made.
6. World War I Vocabulary Words. 1) Nationalism- pride in one’s country 2) Imperialism- domination by one country of the political, economic or culture.
World War I AP World History. Causes European rivalries Competition over new markets & empires Nationalism Unification, Alsace Lorraine, Slavic issues,
New American Diplomacy HW Quiz 1. What is Anglo-Saxonism? 2. Who wrote “The Influence of Sea Power upon History”, calling for the expansion of the military?
8 Second Game After the Question is displayed you have 8 seconds to write the answer on the board When I say Up raise the board up to show the answers.
UNIT 6: WWI LESSON 3 EVENTS OF THE WAR. WHAT I NEED TO KNOW The impact that resources gained through imperialism had in encouraging industrial innovation.
Reasons for the United States’ entry into WWI. 1.Isolationism A policy of avoiding foreign alliances A policy of avoiding foreign alliances The U.S. had.
Jeopardy Cause/ Effects of WWI WWI Battles Potpouri $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy AlliancesLeaders.
Unit 6a - World War I Jeopardy Review Game Causes World War I U.S.Enters Russian Revolution Treaty of Versailles Treaty of Versailles Q $100 Q $200 Q.
Trick to Remember countries in WWI FURBBS BAG of “O”’s FURBBS = Allies BAG of “O”s = Central Powers.
The Great War MAIN Causes of World War I MAINMAIN ILITARISM LLIANCES ATIONALISM MPERIALISM.
World War I. Causes of the Great War At the beginning of the 20 th century the most powerful nations of Europe were Great Britain, Germany, France, Austria-Hungary,
This video clip shows some of the reasons why World War I occurred. While watching the video, write down the reasons why World War I began. Beginnings.
The War To End All Wars:. 1871: Prussia unites Germany into one state Took some land from France Triple Alliance: Germany, Austria-Hungary, and.
WWI Review Misc.CausesEnding Russian Revolution Vocab.
Marching Toward War Europe Plunges Into War A Global Conflict A Flawed Peace Vocab.Mystery
World War I Quiz Review When: WWI began in June of 1914 The United States didn’t enter the WW I until April of 1917.
The Beginning of WWI Ch Causes of WWI M- Militarism A- Alliances I- Imperialism N- Nationalism M- Militarism A- Alliances I- Imperialism.
The Start of World War I Opener: Opener: top left side of notebook – Write down everything that you think you know about World War I (who, where, when,
WORTH: Alliances Imperialism World War I Russian Revolution Treaty of Versailles Imperialism, Alliances, and World War I.
WWI Review. Questions: Name three Allied Powers U.S., Great Britain, France, Italy Name three Central Powers Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire.
Final Exam Review 8 th Grade Social Studies PART 3: Imperialism, WWI & The Roaring Twenties.
World War 1 – “The War to End all Wars” “The Great War”
What were the four causes of World War I starting in Europe?
ORIGINS OF THE WAR MANIA Militarism – building up armed forces Alliance – different nations promised to defend each other if attacked Nationalism – pride.
The Great War The War to End All Wars. Causes Militarism: the glorification of the military…mostly practiced by Germany Alliances: systems of friendships.
BELL QUIZ: Use pages ) List the 4 causes of WWI? 2) What 3 countries formed the alliance referred to as the Triple Entente (Allies)? 3) What 3.
Unit 7: WWI and the Great Depression 8 th Grade Social Studies.
The war to end all wars World War I. Main Causes for the war Militarism: Build up of army and weapons of many European powers Allies/Assassination: Triple.
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