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1 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 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 Theodore 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

2 The War To End All Wars: WWI The War To End All Wars: WWI

3 Reasons for WWI Imperialism Nationalism NationalismPan-Slavism Militarism MilitarismAlliances The Triple Alliance Reinsurance Treaty Franco-Russian Alliance Schlieffen Plan Anglo-Japanese Alliance The Triple Entente

4 The Catalyst for WWI The Annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand The Black Hand Gavrilo Princip, Nedjelko Cabrinovic and Trifko Grabez Gavrilo Princip, Nedjelko Cabrinovic and Trifko GrabezGavrilo PrincipNedjelko CabrinovicGavrilo PrincipNedjelko Cabrinovic Austria gives Serbia an ultimatum

5 Franz Ferdinand & Sophie von Chotkova

6 Division of the World Central Powers-Former Triple Alliance Germany—Kaiser Wilhelm II & Chancellor Otto von Bismarck Austro-Hungary-Emperor Franz Josef Bulgaria-Prime Minister Vasil Radoslavov Ottoman Empire (Turkey)-Enver Pasha Allied Powers-Former Triple Entente Great Britain-King George V & Prime Minister David Lloyd George (1916) France-President Raymond Poincare & Prime Minister George Clemenceau Italy-King Victor Emmanuel & Prime Minister Vittori Orlando Russia-Czar Nicholas II Japan

7 Otto Von Bismarck

8 Prime Minister David Lloyd George & Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau

9 Russian Troops Mobilizing in 1914

10 The European homefront Rationing Women in the factories PropagandaGenocide

11 Take Five… From your folder assignment…what new weapons were invented during WWI?

12 A new type of warfare Trench warfare Machine guns, grenade guns, chemical warfare, flame throwers, tanks, heavy artillery Navy Great Britain DreadnoughtBlockadesGermanyU-boats Convoy system Air Force Dirigibles Dog fights Aces The Red Baron Eddie Rickenbacker

13 Dirigibles

14 German U-Boat

15 The “Jenny”-Curtiss JN-4

16 The Red Baron

17 Eddie Rickenbacker

18 Italian Soldiers Fighting in France

19 The “Camel Corps”

20 Italian Alpine Regiment

21 Soldiers from the Ottoman Empire

22 Serbian soldier

23 Civilians evacuating Constantinople

24 German Fokker Triplane

25 WWI Tank

26 Gas Masks

27 The design of trench warfare

28 German trenches

29 Take Five Which 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.

30 Early Years of the War ( ) War on the western front First Battle of the Marne Failure of the Schieffen Plan War of Attrition Battle of Verdun Stalemate War on the Eastern Front Battle of Tannenburg The Gallipoli Campaign Czar Nicholas II takes command

31 Taxi cabs taking French soldiers to the First Battle of the Marne

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33 The Battle of Tannenburg

34 Gallipoli Campaign

35 In Class Assignment… Using the blank map provided, label the following countries Central or Allied powers: Using the blank map provided, label the following countries Central or Allied powers: GermanyGermany Austria-HungaryAustria-Hungary BulgariaBulgaria Great BritainGreat Britain FranceFrance RussiaRussia ItalyItaly Ottoman EmpireOttoman Empire BelgiumBelgium

36 War destruction in France

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38 Fighting in the mud in Belgium

39 Makeshift hospitals

40 War in the Middle East Fighting in Persia Protecting the Suez Canal Agreement for Arab independence War at Sea British sea power “Grand Fleet” Blockades Battle of Jutland German submarine warfare

41 Battles at Jutland

42 Convoy system

43 U.S. Intervention Wilson declares neutrality “He kept us out of the war” German submarine warfare Naval blockades & U-boats LusitaniaSussex Zimmerman Telegram Declaration of War

44 Lusitania

45 Arthur Zimmerman

46 Coded Zimmerman Telegram

47 Decoded Telegram

48 American Homefront Preparing the country for war “Liberty Bonds” War Industries Board The National War Labor Board Committee on Public Information George Creel Women and the war Anti-German Sentiment

49 American nurses in the trenches

50 The American homefront

51 American Governmental Policy The Espionage Act of 1917 Sabotage Act Anti-Socialist legislation

52 The U.S. Role in 1917 & 1918 Navy Ground troops Selective Service Act Trench warfare Air battles

53 General Pershing

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55 The Other Allied Powers Allied Powers Russia Bolshevik Revolution V.I. Lenin Major Battles and Allied Victories 2nd Battle of the Marne Hindenburg Line German Armistice

56 End of the Czars

57 Lenin addresses a crowd

58 Take Five This 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 This 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

59 Peace Talks Paris Peace Conference Treaty of Versailles Wilson’s Fourteen Points League of Nations

60 Nov. 11, 1918 Armistice

61 Paris Peace Conference

62 Results of WWI Costs of the War CausalitiesMonetary New World Order New World Order U.S. emerges as a “super power”

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64 Honoring WWI soldiers in France

65 Trends in society due to WWI Economic boom to bust “Great Migration” Racial tensions- Chicago race riots Marcus Garvey “Back to Africa” Post-war recession Seattle shipping strikes & Boston Police Strike

66 Trends in society (con’t) Anti-immigrant sentiment “100 percent Americanism” The “Red” Scare American Communist Party Radicalism vs Anti-radicalism Palmer Raids Sacco & Vanzetti

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68 USA Test Prep Code… PODAYUHORE & KABADEZOCO 10 questions from Progressives/Imperialism & 10 questions from WWI


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