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Midterm Review Project: WWI By: Kristen Ju, Suhavi Chhabra, Devneet Kainth and Pradhita Kolluru
War Like the card game war 5 teams; 1 player from each team comes up and plays until same card is put down WAR=question whichever team gets the stuffed animal and answers the question first within 15 seconds wins
Who were these three people? Archduke Ferdinand Kaiser Wilhelm Woodrow Wilson
Archduke Ferdinand Heir of Austria-Hungary Kaiser Wilhelm Leader of Germany Woodrow Wilson 28th President of the United States
What did the Bolshevik Party fight for/ believe in?
Bolshevik Party ○Socialism- factors of production owned by community-yet individuals still have some freedoms. ○“Land, Peace, and Bread”
What is the War Industries Board? What was its purpose?
War Industries Board Regulated what businesses could and could not make o businesses supplied military o businesses were able to earn profit
Who are the Big Four? Where did they all meet? What countries did they represent?
Paris Peace Conference France: Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau Great Britain: Prime Minister David Lloyd Georges Italy: Prime Minister Vittorio Emanuele Orlando USA: President Woodrow Wilson
Name 1 thing each country wanted France Great Britain Italy USA from the Treaty of Versailles.
Treaty of Versailles France Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau Great Britain Prime Minister David Lloyd Georges Italy Prime Minister Vittorio Emanuele Orlando USA President Woodrow Wilson ●Most angry ●Crush Germany ●Charge Kaiser for war crimes ●Alsace-Lorraine ●Supported Poland S ●Not as angry ●Decrease German navy ●Eliminate German colonies ●Secretly trade with Germany ●Don’t want to be too harsh ●Unhappy with everything ●Big 3 ●promised land ●14 points ●ALL countries reduce military ●End secret alliances ●League of Nations ●Freedom of seas ***Don’t sign treaty
Who represented Japan during the Paris Peace Conference?
Marquess Saionji Kinmochi Originally part of Paris Peace Conference Left conference because no one was listening to him
What does MAIN stand for? What were Wilson’s Fourteen Points? How is MAIN related to President Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points?
MAIN M:Militarism A:Alliances I:Imperialism N:Nationalism Wilson’s Fourteen Points were what President Woodrow Wilson demanded at the Treaty of Versailles. The 14 Points are related to MAIN because each of the points fit under one or more of the MAIN categories.
Wilson’s Fourteen Points MilitarismAlliancesImperialismNationalism Freedom to navigate the seas No secret agreements or treaties Impartial colonial decisions Independent Poland Reduction of armsNo economic barriers Self-determination for Austria Hungary Independent Belgium Isolate RussiaLeague of NationsChange Italian borders Liberated France and return Alsace- Lorraine K Self-determination for Balkan States Independent Turkey
In the end... Germany had to: reduce ____ and ____ pay $33 billion in. lose land for _______ and __________ take blame for. H ad __ weeks to consider and sign treaty
In the end... Germany had to: reduce army and navy pay $33 billion in reparations Reparations: payments for damage during war lose land for Poland and Alsace-Lorraine take blame for war Had 3 weeks to consider and sign treaty
What is the Zimmerman Note? Who sent it, who was it supposed to go to and who intercepted it?
Zimmerman Note German Secretary of Foreign Affairs sent a telegram to Mexico promising that if Mexico waged war with the United States, they would get New Mexico and other pieces of land that it wanted from America, once the war ended and Germany won (Germany wanted this because it, kept US from interfering with the war in Europe) British intercepted telegram and sent it to the Americans.
Effects of War Industries Board Food Administration Meatless Monday Wheatless Wednesdays Prohibition: no alcohol (18 th Amendment) Told farmers what to grow (farmers make money) Fuel Administration Daylight Savings Gasless Sunday Heatless Monday K
The Espionage Act said that people could not dodge draft or aid enemy.
Who was John J. Pershing? What group did he lead? What is the group’s purpose?
John J. Pershing Was a general officer in the United States Army who led the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I.general officerUnited States ArmyWorld War I The American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) - U.S. armed forces
What is Armistice day? When is Armistice day? What did it signify?
Armistice Day is when Germany and Allies agreed to ceasefire. When?: November 11, 1918 Significance?: Ended World War I
How many revolutions did the Bolshevik’s lead in Russia before they won?
Revolutions led by Bolsheviks October (November) 1917- October Revolution ■Bolsheviks overthrew Duma (provisional/temporary government) November 7, 1917- Second Revolution ■Bolsheviks win and Russia becomes the Soviet Union
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