Presentation on theme: "Take Five Theodore Roosevelt is often called a "Progressive" President. Which of these would BEST be an example of this label? A) his refusal to seek."— Presentation transcript:
1Take FiveTheodore Roosevelt is often called a "Progressive" President. Which of these would BEST be an example of this label? A) his refusal to seek a third term as President B) he backed the construction of the Panama Canal C) he supported passage of the Food and Drug Act of 1906 D) his willingness to send the American Navy around the world
4The Catalyst for WWI The Annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Assassination of Archduke Franz FerdinandThe Black HandGavrilo Princip, Nedjelko Cabrinovic and Trifko GrabezAustria gives Serbia an ultimatum
6Division of the World Central Powers-Former Triple Alliance Germany—Kaiser Wilhelm II & Chancellor Otto von BismarckAustro-Hungary-Emperor Franz JosefBulgaria-Prime Minister Vasil RadoslavovOttoman Empire (Turkey)-Enver PashaAllied Powers-Former Triple EntenteGreat Britain-King George V & Prime Minister David Lloyd George (1916)France-President Raymond Poincare & Prime Minister George ClemenceauItaly-King Victor Emmanuel & Prime Minister Vittori OrlandoRussia-Czar Nicholas IIJapan
10The European homefront RationingWomen in the factoriesPropagandaGenocide
11From your folder assignment…what new weapons were invented during WWI? Take Five…From your folder assignment…what new weapons were invented during WWI?
12A new type of warfare Trench warfare Machine guns, grenade guns, chemical warfare, flame throwers, tanks, heavy artilleryNavyGreat BritainDreadnoughtBlockadesGermanyU-boatsConvoy systemAir ForceDirigiblesDog fightsAcesThe Red BaronEddie Rickenbacker
29Take FiveWhich statement BEST explains why United States entered World War I in 1917? A) The Japanese launched a surprise attack on the U.S. B) The U.S. citizens were calling for war against Germany. C) The German navy had sunk the Lusitania that year. D) The U.S. had evidence of a threat to its national security.
30Early Years of the War (1914-1916) War on the western frontFirst Battle of the MarneFailure of the Schieffen PlanWar of AttritionBattle of VerdunStalemateWar on the Eastern FrontBattle of TannenburgThe Gallipoli CampaignCzar Nicholas II takes command
31Taxi cabs taking French soldiers to the First Battle of the Marne
58Take FiveThis organization was created in 1919 to decrease the likelihood of international disputes becoming violent. A) The Warsaw Pact B) The United Nations C) The League of Nations D) The International Court of Justice
59Peace Talks Paris Peace Conference Treaty of Versailles Wilson’s Fourteen PointsLeague of Nations