5America Enters the Fray American Neutrality-Lots of Germans & EnglishBritish blockadeGerman U-Boat attacks-Sank the Lusitania-Zimmermann Note
6______ 1. His assassination sparked World War I. a. Allies e. militarism i. Central Powers m.Archduke Franz Ferdinandb. paciﬁsts f. nationalism j. “no man’s land” n. Emperor Wilhelm IIc. socialists g. imperialism k. Woodrow Wilsond. Lusitania h. trench warfare l. Zimmermann note______ 1. His assassination sparked World War I.______ 2. This British liner was sunk by a German U-boat.______ 3. These people opposed World War I because they perceive all wars as evil.______ 4. These people opposed World War I because they saw it as an imperialist struggle.______ 5. In 1914, this alliance consisted of France, Britain, and Russia.______ 6. In 1914, this alliance consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire.______ 7. This contained a suggestion of an alliance between Mexico and Germany that deeply angered the American people.______ 8. This long-term cause of the war involved the development of the armed forces and their use as a tool of diplomacy.______ 9. Closely linked with industrialization, this long-term cause of the war involved a contest for colonies.______ 10. In the Battle of the Somme, this resulted in the exchange of seven miles of territory at the cost of 1.2 million casualties.______ 11. This long-term cause of the war encouraged competitiveness between nations and encouraged various ethnic groups to attempt to create nations of their own.
7Is it disloyal or unpatriotic to voice opposition to a government’s policies during wartime? World War I: Do Now
8Objectives 1. Describe how the U.S. mobilized for war. 2. Show how the government promoted the war.3. Summarize Wilson’s 14 points.
9The American Factor Selective Service Act -The Draft World Industrial PowerConvoy System-Cruiser & Destroy-American Expeditionary ForceNew Weapons-Airplanes-Submarines-Tanks-Machine Guns-Chemical Weapons-Shell Shock
10The Great War Ends Alvin York -Killed 25 Germans and took Armistice 132 prisoners.-Conscientious ObjectorArmistice11:00 AM-22 Million Deaths, $338 billion
11a. Alvin York b. convoy system c. mechanized warfare. d a. Alvin York b. convoy system c. mechanized warfare d. Selective Service Act e. conscientious objector______ 1. This term describes a person who opposes warfare on moral grounds.______ 2. This began with the introduction of the tank and the airplane as weapons.______ 3. This involved merchant vessels traveling in large groups with naval ships acting as guards.______ 4. This required men to register with the government in order to be randomly selected for military service.______ 5. Armed only with a riﬂe and a revolver, he killed 25 Germans and, with 6 other soldiers, captured 132 prisoners.
12The Home front Government Authority -War Industries Board -Economic Boom-Food Rationing-War Bonds-Propaganda-George Creel
13War’s Social Consequences Anti-Immigrant-Espionage & Sedition ActsThe Great Migration-Thousands of African- Americans move North.Women move into workforce.Spanish Flu: 500,000 deaths
141. Under the National War Labor Board, the nation’s main wartime regulatory body, industrial production in the United States increased by about 20 percent.2. George Creel was a muckraking journalist who led the Committee on Public Information, the nation’s ﬁrst propaganda agency.3. Under the immigration quota system, a person could be ﬁned and/or imprisoned for interfering with the war effort.4. The Great Migration was a large-scale movement of hundreds of thousands of Southern African Americans to Western farms.
15Wilson’s Fourteen Points No Secret TreatiesFreedom of the seasFree TradeArms reductionColonial Benevolence6-13. Self-Determination14. League of Nations
16Treaty of Versailles Creates 9 new countries. No German Army. $33 Billion in Reparations.War-Guilt Clause-Blamed Germany for warU.S. refuses to sign the treaty and creates their own peace treaty with Germany.