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Who am I Terms Potpourri Cause and effect Places 100 Main Screen
A1 100 Two answers required: what event happened to what person to cause the beginning of World War One
200 A2 Who, like George Washington was the leader of the American Expeditionary forces
300 A3 The Muslim Turks committed genocide against this group of people.
400 A4 This man was the head of the Food and Drug Administration and promoted conservation
500 This man was the leader of Great Britain during the Treaty Versialles. A5
Their was 40 million of these in WW1, which means those who die in war. B1 100
200 A Germans called their underwater boats this. B2
300 Used by US passenger ships to travel safely at sea, it means to travel in groups. B3
400 One of the indirect causes of WW1, it means strong belief and pride in ones country. B4
500 The Germans did this in war (mainly with u-boats), which means to block a port from incoming boats and supplies. B5
100 Americans could buy these to help finance the American cause in World War 1. C1
200 As war began and contunued the countries of Great Britain, France and Russia became known as this. C2
300 The countries of Germany and Austria/Hungary were known as this once war was underway and continued. C3
400 Before war broke out the countries of Great Britain, France and Russia were called this. C4
500 Before war broke out Germany, Austria/Hungary and Italy was called this. C5
100 The end of World War resulted in the signing of this at Paris, European counties wanted Germanys head on a stick D1
200 This is the reason that the United States entered World War One. D2
300 Americans were asked to do this to help aid in World War One pertaining to a crop, your home and your food. D3
400 Negative acts towards the US flag, constitution, president or anything pertaining to government led to this act. D4
500 President Wilsons attempt at creating a reparations plan for the Central Powers was called this. D5
100 This country remained neutral till the last year of World War One. E1
200 The line of attack along a line between Germany and France was called this. E2
300 The line of attack along a line between Germany and Russia (where Poland and the Ukraine are now) was called this. E3
400 The last battle of World War One was fought here. E4
500 The Weimar Republic was this countries weak attempt at democracy. E5
Final Jeopardy The effects of war
After World War One was over which country prospered the most and what did the League of Nation became known as.
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Jeopardy Cause/ Effects of WWI WWI Battles Potpouri $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy AlliancesLeaders.
What are the British doing? British cut the Trans-Atlantic cable Done so any information coming from Germany to the U.S. would have to go through Britain.
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