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UNIT X JEOPARDY Mr. H. Mayo American History Mount Airy High School
PeopleWarsForeignPolicyImperialismOddsandEnds Latin America Hodge- podge FINAL JEOPARDY
Who was the most famous military hero of the Spanish-American War in Puerto Rico ? 100
Theodore Roosevelt People
Who led the U.S. Navy at the battle of Manila Bay? 200
Admiral George Dewey People
Who led American troops into Mexico in 1914 in an attempt to capture the Mexican bandit Pancho Villa? 300
General John J. Pershing People
Who said, “The world must be made safe for democracy.” ? 400
Woodrow Wilson People
Which president refused to annex Hawaii because American businessmen led a revolution against the Hawaiian government? 500
President Grover Cleveland People
Where was the first major battle of the Spanish-American War fought? 100
Manila Bay, the Philippines Spanish-American War
Name the three causes of World War I? 200
Alliances, Militarism, Nationalism, and Imperialism War Wars
Name Three Central Powers 300
Germany, Austria- Hungary, Turkey(ottoman Empire) Wars
Name 3 territories acquired by the U.S. through the Spanish- American War. 400
Guam, the Philippines, Puerto Rico Spanish-American War
What waterway was created as a result of the Spanish-American War? 500
Panama Canal Spanish-American War
What policy did imperialism replace in the late 1800 ’ s? 100
Isolation Foreign Policy
What American Policy prevented China from being divided into spheres of influence? 200
Open Door Policy Foreign Policy
What policy was used by Theodore Roosevelt to enforce Roosevelt Corollary? 300
“ Walk softly, but carry a big stick ” Foreign Policy
What United States policy, announced in 1904, justified United States intervention in the affairs of Latin American Nations? 400
The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine BONUS
Bonus: What did Wilson ’ s Policy of “ missionary diplomacy ” pressure nations in the Western Hemisphere into doing?
Establishing democratic governments Foreign Policy
What name was given to President Taft ’ s policy that justified intervention in Latin America? 500
Dollar Diplomacy Foreign Policy
Why did the U.S. develop a policy of imperialism? 100
Need for overseas markets Imperialism
What policy was dropped when the U.S. turned to imperialism? 200
What was the goal of the Kellogg-Briand Pact? ? 300
To prevent War or offensive military activity Imperialism
What is the best explanation for U.S. military growth and imperialism in the late 1800 ’ s? 400
Protect American investments overseas Imperialism
What were two trends that fueled the American Imperialism? 500
Belief in Anglo-Saxon “ superiority, ” and American ’ s did not want to fall behind European countries in the race for colonies Imperialism BONUS
Bonus: This Attorney General lead an attack on suspected anarchists and Communists in 1919 ?
A. Mitchell Palmer Imperialism
What impact did the Spanish-American War have on U.S. relations with other nations? 100
The United States became an international force Odds and Ends
What was the result of Admiral Mahan ’ s argument for a stronger two-ocean navy? 200
The Panama Canal was built Odds and Ends
What military strategy did both sides in fighting use on the Western Front? 300
Trench Warfare Odds and Ends
Why would the Treaty of Versailles be considered the cause of World War II? 400
Germany was forced to pay reparations Odds and Ends
What event was the first test to President Wilson ’ s “ missionary diplomacy ” ? 500
Mexican Revolution in 1911 Odds and Ends BONUS
Bonus: What did the Anti- Imperialist league that was founded in Boston in 1898 believe in? ?
American Colonization was unjust. Odds and Ends
What events contributed to the U.S. declaration of war against Spain in 1898? 100
DeLomme Letter, Sinking of the Maine Latin America
What did the Platt Amendment accomplish? 200
The US had rights of control in Cuba Latin America
What is the association between the United States and Puerto Rico? 300
Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the United States Latin America
What was President Woodrow Wilson ’ s policy “ to deny recognition to any Latin American government if viewed as oppressive, undemocratic, or hostile to the United States interest ” called? 400
Missionary Diplomacy Latin America
How did the building of the Panama Canal support United States efforts to become a world power? 500
By providing a shortcut between the Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean, it opened up new trading opportunities Latin America
What country was involved in the Open Door policy? 100
What law was the subject of the case Schenck v. United States? ? 200
Espionage and Sedition Act Hodgepodge
What British strategy created famine and starvation in Germany? ? 300
What new weapon was used almost exclusively by the German navy? 400
What was the major influence in turning U.S. public opinion against Spain in 1898? 500
Yellow Journalism, or yellow press Hodgepodge
FINAL JEOPARDY: World War I answer
FINAL JEOPARDY: What event is associated with the beginning of World War I? ? answer
Assassination of Franz Ferdinand The End
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