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1 USHC 5.4 World War I INTENSIVE REVIEW VERSION

2 USHC-5.4 Analyze the causes and consequences of United States involvement in World War I, including the failure of neutrality and the reasons for the declaration of war, the role of propaganda in creating a unified war effort, the limitation of individual liberties, and Woodrow Wilson’s leadership in the Treaty of Versailles and the creation of the League of Nations.

3 Causes of World War I 1.Alliance System 2.Nationalism

4 Map Credit: historicair historicair Map Credit: historicair historicair

5 The Bench Clearing Effect Photo by MudflapDCMudflapDC

6 Liberty Leading the PeopleLiberty Leading the People (Eugène Delacroix, 1830)Eugène Delacroix

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8 Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand June 28, 1914

9 WAR

10 What does this have to do with US?

11 Photo Credit: Grey WorldGrey World

12 American Neutrality “It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world…” -- Washington’s Farewell Address

13 WE’RE MISSING OUT!!!

14 How did we get mixed up in this mess?

15 PROVOCATIONS Dora Style Cruise Ship Telegram Submarine Where are we going? * CLAP CLAP CLAP * World War I! Press to REPEAT

16 U-BOATS German Submarines

17 Sinking of the Lusitania May 7, 1915 British Luxury Liner 1,198 Dead – 128 Americans

18 “He kept us out of war.” -- Wilson Campaign Slogan

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23 PROVOCATIONS Dora Style Cruise Ship Telegram Submarine Where are we going? * CLAP CLAP CLAP * World War I! Press to REPEAT

24 Wilson’s War Message The Direct Cause: German policy of Unrestricted Submarine Warfare America’s Mission: Make the world safe for democracy April, 1917

25 Grab your gas mask… Let’s go!

26 Selective Service Act (1917) Draft Card 

27 PROPAGANDA

28 1. Recruitment Propaganda Campaign Nurses Soldiers Sailors 2. War Financing 3. Conserve Resources 4. Dehumanize the enemy

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33 The Nineteenth Amendment was submitted to the states for ratification in (Ratified 1920)

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36 Food Administration

37 UNAMERICAN

38 NO! Photo by Eltjo PoortEltjo Poort

39 DID YOU KNOW?

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41 Sheep Clubs Anyone from a small child to President Wilson can do their part for the war effort.

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44 Espionage & Sedition Acts Read an EXCERPT from the Acts Read an EXCERPT from the Acts Outlawed anti-war speech and other activities that undermined the war effort

45 Eugene V. Debs, a socialist labor leader, was jailed for speaking out against the draft.

46 HOT DOG

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48 A CRIME TO DISPLAY

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50 Armistice 11/ :00 AM

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52 PRINCIPLES: 1.Freedom of the Seas 2.Reduction of Arms 3.Open Treaty Negotiations 4.Self Determination of Peoples 5.League of Nations

53 USS George Washington

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55 More Info

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57 “War Guilt” Clause Germany claims responsibility for the war and agrees to pay reparations to the allies.

58 PRINCIPLES: 1.Freedom of the Seas 2.Reduction of Arms 3.Open Treaty Negotiations 4.Self Determination of Peoples 5.League of Nations

59 Wilson scores TWO big victories.

60 LINK TO MAPS New National Borders Re-drawn along ethnic lines

61 The League of Nations Wilson’s Baby

62 LEARNING.DELIVERED.


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