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World War I –
Russians – 3.3 million Germans – 2.6 million French – 1.9 million Austro-Hungarians – 1.5 million British 1.2 million USA – 117,000
Why did the U.S. remain neutral so long?
Neutrality: Idealism or Naivete?
Why can’t we trade with everyone?
Is the British and French trade a good thing?
How do the Germans Respond?
1916 Presidential Election
“He kept us out of war!”
Charles Evans Hughes
By November, 1916 Where is the Mood of the Country?
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
After staying out so long, why are we getting in?
American Expeditionary Force “Doughboys”
How did the War Affect the Home Front?
Cost: $3.5 billion Taxes and Bonds War Industries Board
Treaty of Versailles
The Fourteen Points 1-8 Recommendations for New Boundaries in Europe
The Fourteen Points 9-13 Open Diplomacy Freedom of Navigation Removal of Trade Barriers Arms Reductions Self-Determination for Colonies
The Fourteenth Point A League of Nations
What’s Wrong With The 14 points?
What do France and UK really want?
Is the Peace Conference a Total Failure?
What are Reparations? Is this a Good Idea?
Harding and Coolidge “A Return to Normalcy”
World War I – “Wilsonian” Foreign Policy Progressives set out to “reform” the world.
World War I The Home Front n Mobilizing Industry n Patriots and Volunteers n Women and Minorities n Organized Labor n Wilson and the 14 Points n The Treaty.
The US and the “Great War”. European Background M.A.N.I.A. – causes of the war Militarism Alliances –Triple Alliance – Germany, Italy, and Austria- Hungary.
End of World War I Wilson’s 14 Points Allies Rejection of Wilson’s Plans Treaty of Versailles.
World War 1: The War to End all Wars Sol 9b. UNITED STATES INVOLVEMENT IN WORLD WAR I, INCLUDING WILSON’S FOURTEEN POINTS, THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES, AND.
World War I, and Wilson’s 14 points American History Mr. Henrichsen.
THE GREAT WAR The Beginning of the Great War
End of the War n The Fourteen Points for Peace n The Treaty of Versailles n A Return to “Normalcy”
Causes of WWI Imperialism: rush for colonies sharpened rivalries Militarism: build-up of militaries and plans for war Nationalism: countries.
World War I Overview Causes of the War Nationalism – What is it? – How does it lead to a war? Imperialism – What is it? – How does it lead.
Trick to Remember countries in WWI FURBBS BAG of “O”’s FURBBS = Allies BAG of “O”s = Central Powers.
Chapter 20 The World War I Era Section I: The Road To War.
The Beginning of the End… end of war. Can we have peace without victory?
The Fourteen Points Read over points 1-5. Write down 1 sentence for how each of these 5 points caused a problem in WWI.
Peace. Lusitania Throughout the 19 th century, America’s foreign policy was based on the Monroe Doctrine. America would stay out of European politics.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Wilson, War, and Peace Section 3 How did Americans affect the end of World War I and its peace settlements? When.
Take Aways When/What was armistice day? When/What was armistice day? What was the Treaty of Versailles? What was the Treaty of Versailles? What were Wilson’s.
Woodrow Wilson Democrat T. Marshall. New Freedom Attacks triple wall of privilege 1. Trusts 2. Tariffs 3. High Finance.
Chapter 19 Section 5 Global Peacemaker. Fourteen Points Woodrow Wilson’s plans to restore peace to the world – 1 st 5 dealt with what he believed caused.
World War I What caused the war? 1. Imperialism - European countries competed with each other for control of colonies around the world.
Causes of the War Underlying Causes: ◦ Militarism ◦ Alliances ◦ Imperialism ◦ Nationalism Immediate Causes: ◦ Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
The Terms of Peace Ch 18 Sec 4. Wilson’s Fourteen Points President Wilson outlined a set of ideas to make for a more just world after the war. –6 points.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Wilson, War, and Peace Section 3 Understand how the United States military contributed to the Allied victory in.
World War One The Treaty of Versailles. Paris Peace Conference World War One ended at 11am on 11th November In 1919, Lloyd George of England, Orlando.
WWI “THE GREAT WAR”. M.A.I.N. Causes of WWI Militarism As this occurs, rivals feel threatened and build up their military strength too. Nations increase.
American Involvement in World War I. convoy – group of ships that traveled together for protection against German U-boats Vladimir Lenin – radical communist.
WWI Comes to an End The Terms of Peace & Creating a New Europe.
Making the Peace I. Results of the WW I (Europe) million dead million dead million wounded million wounded 3. Land destroyed 3.
WARM UP! What are some challenges that face leaders making peace agreements at the end of a war? Arranging Peace.
Objective: Students will continue their study of World War I by how the war changed the way America looked at the world. Drill:
Searching for Peace Wilson’s Fourteen Points Peace Plan –Adjustment of boundaries in Europe –Free Trade –Freedom of the seas –End to secret treaties.
WORLD WAR I: EVENTS PRIOR TO US ENTRY US History Honors.
Reasons for the United States’ entry into WWI. 1.Isolationism A policy of avoiding foreign alliances A policy of avoiding foreign alliances The U.S. had.
The U.S. in World War I. The U.S. Declares Neutrality When war erupted in Europe President Wilson declared the U.S. would stay neutral. Many Americans.
Do Now.. AMERICAN INVOLVEMENT IN WORLD WAR I Understand how the United States military contributed to the Allied victory in the war. Describe the aims.
WORLD WAR I. CAUSES OF WORLD WAR WORLD WAR I 1.NATIONALISM 2.IMPERIALISM 3.INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.ALLIANCES.
World War I Causes Militarism – Building Military w/willingness to use it. Alliances - Centuries old practice of inter-marrying. Imperialism – Competition.
‘Peace Without Victory’ Analyze Wilson’s statement regarding the end of the war. Why does he call it ‘peace without victory’? What is he warning against?
Bellringer11/14/14 Define: Nationalism Militarism Which countries made up the Triple Alliance (Central Powers)? Which countries made up the Triple Entente(Allied.
End of the War The final Allied push towards the German border began on October 17, As the British, French and American armies advanced, the alliance.
Title: World War I & Its Aftermath Revisit the Monroe Doctrine Asserted US right to intervene in Western Hemisphere when national security was at stake.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. American Involvement in World War I.
American enters the War.. Reasons for American Intervention 1. Unrestricted Submarine Warfare w Sinking of the Lusitania.(1915) w Sussex Pledge: (1916)
Ending the War The Fourteen Points, The Treaty of Versailles and League of Nations.
Causes Leaders Dates America’s Entry Alliances & Sides Grab Bag
World War I The War to End All Wars …..until WWII.
A Flawed Peace A Flawed Peace Armistice did not mean end of the war, it meant end of fighting Jan 1919 27 countries met in France for peace conference.
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