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1 U.S. II -- Chapter 9 Section 3 Section Review Questions - Page 345 #1-5

2 2 Vocabulary 1. Explain the significance of: no-man’s-land, convoy, John J. Pershing, armistice, Treaty of Versailles, Fourteen Points, national self- determination, League of Nations, reparations no-man’s-land – space between opposing trenches, barren landscape filled with craters from artillery fire convoy – group of merchant ships or troop transports, protected by destroyers while crossing the Atlantic

3 3 Vocabulary 1. Explain the significance of: John J. Pershing, armistice, Treaty of Versailles, Fourteen Points, national self- determination, League of Nations, reparations John J. Pershing – commander of the American Expeditionary Force that arrived in Paris on July 4, 1917 armistice – a truce, or agreement to stop fighting Treaty of Versailles – in January 1919, delegates from 27 countries met at the Palace of Versailles to draft a treaty to end World War I, negotiations lasted 5 months

4 4 Vocabulary 1.Explain the significance of: Fourteen Points, national self-determination, League of Nations, reparations Fourteen Points – President Wilson’s peace plan that hoped to establish a lasting peace in Europe national self- determination – the idea that the borders of countries should be based on ethnicity and national identity

5 5 Vocabulary 1. Explain the significance of: League of Nations, reparations League of Nations - “general association of nations” mentioned in Wilson’s Fourteen Points that would help preserve the peace reparations - monetary compensation for war damage, Allies demanded that Germany pay reparations after World War I

6 Main Ideas 2. Explaining How did technology change the way World War I was fought? Tanks could crush barbed wire and roll over trenches Poison gas was used by both sides, killing troops or rendering them unable to fight Airplanes were used as scouts and later battles took place in the air 3. Analyzing What impact did John J. Pershing and the Battle of the Argonne Forest have on World War I? General Pershing directed the AEF attack which broke through German lines

7 Main Ideas 4. Organizing Use a graphic organizer to list the results of World War I. Results of World War I Germany pays reparations Dissolution of four empires Nine new European countries League of Nations 5. Big Ideas Why did President Wilson propose his Fourteen Points? He wanted to prevent future wars


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