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Chapter 19 Section 2 The United States Declares War
U-boat A German
What was the result of the Battle of Jutland? Naval battle
Based on the results of the Battle of Jutland, what conclusion did the Germans reach on how to attack the British navy? This stalemate meant
Lusitania British cruise ship Making its way from NYC to Britain
How did President Wilson respond to the sinking of the Lusitania? Urged patience Demanded that Germany stopped its submarine warfare and make payments to the families of victims
Sussex Pledge The German government promised that U-boats would warn ships before attacking
How did the Sussex Pledge affect relations between the United States and Germany? It created a temporary peace
Why did Germany end the Sussex Pledge? Germany hoped to
Why did Germany’s use of U- boats lead to conflict with the United States? Ships had no warning or defense against U-boats Submarines attacked American and other neutral ships
Wilson ran for reelection in 1916 using what slogan? “He kept us out of ”
Zimmerman Note Note from Germany to Mexico Proposed that if the U.S. were to declare war on Germany and Mexico would help the Germans…
Why did the Zimmerman Note enrage Americans? Wilson did not take it super seriously, but
Autocrat A ruler with unlimited power Like Czar Nicholas II of Russia
Russian Revolution March Czar Nicholas II removed from power
What idealistic reason to go to war did President Wilson give to Congress on April 2 nd, 1917?
How did Congress respond to Wilson’s call to war? The approved a declaration of war
Chapter 19 Section 2 The United States Declares War.
The United States Declares War. Key Terms U-boat Sussex pledge Zimmermann note Russian Revolution.
Chapter 12: The World War I Era II. The United States Declares War.
Causes of America’s entry into WWI. Neutrality In the beginning the United States wanted to remain neutral. The war was happening in Europe. Wilson was.
19.2 The U.S. Declares War. Friction between the U.S. and Germany increased between 1914 to “Preparedness” movement continued to gain support in.
Chapter 18 Section 2 The United States Declares War.
The Beginning of The End of WWI. A Revolution in Russia Russian economy was not strong enough to supply a prolonged war Russian government still ruled.
Chapter 10 World War I Part Battle of Jutlandfought off the coast of Denmark, May- June, This fight between the British and the.
President Woodrow Wilson “He kept us out of the war.” Election slogan: Forced into the war by Germany The World War I Era The United States Declares.
Do Now Please get out something to write with. Two factors that would change the course of WWI.
Why the US Entered the War. Submarines were new weapons that changed the rules of naval warfare Passenger and merchant ships had no defense against.
Who remembers what propaganda is? As a neutral nation, U.S. claimed the right to trade with either side in the conflict Britain German – Early in the war,
World War I The Great War How did WE get into this mess?
World War I: 12.3 United States Neutrality. Wilson Proposes Neutrality Wilson urged Americans to be: “Neutral in fact as well as in name... Impartial.
Chapter 22. Central Powers Were chiefly made up of the nations of German, Austria Hungary and The Ottoman Empire. They were seen as responsible for start.
THE UNITED STATES: A COUNTRY UNDECIDED. DO NOW-WAR OF THE HIGH SCHOOLS A WAR AMONGST THE HIGH SCHOOLS IN SOUTH JERSEY IS OCCURRING. CHEROKEE HIGH SCHOOL.
The United States Declares War Angela Brown Chapter 10 Section 2 1.
Review 1) List at least 3 techniques used in propaganda 2) List at least 2 goals a government might want to accomplish with a propaganda poster 3) Describe.
Imperialism THE MAIN CAUSES OF WWI M ILITARISM A LLIANCES I MPERIALISM N ATIONALISM A SSASSINATION.
Mr. Bermudez. Early Neutrality 1914 Americans did not want to get involved 3,000 Miles Away $3.5 billion invested worldwide On August 4, 1914.
US INVOLVEMENT IN WWI US Neutrality President Woodrow Wilson Tried to keep United States out of WWI from Tried to act a mediator between Allied.
Quiz Thursday Causes of WWI – MAIN – Assassination Alliances – Who’s on what side US involvement.
Chapter 6: World War I & Beyond Section 1: From Neutrality to War (Part 3) United States History Ms. Girbal Monday, January 12, 2015.
Ch Mrs. Manley. America’s Road to War America struggled to remain neutral. Propaganda- used to influence American’s opinions to support or oppose.
US: From Neutrality to War. A. US Public Opinion 1.Anti-War? – At first many Americans thought of the war as a European War – Popular song at the time.
Warm-up: Name 3 causes of World War I and discuss why these are considered causes of the war.
The United States Entry into World War I. At the start of the war... US President Woodrow Wilson declared a US policy of absolute neutrality.
Events Leading to U.S. Involvement in WWI. REVIEW What four movements led to World War I (think of the powder keg?
American Neutrality Allies – Support: -Long ties of language, history, __________through Britain -U.S. & France had been allies in the ___________________________.
Do Now List three countries that were on the Allies’ side of World War I. AND List three countries that were on the Central Powers’ side of World War I.
Warm-up 1.List three words that describe the conditions in the trenches during World War I. 2.In your opinion, what was the most significant technological.
Chapter 19 The World War I Era (1914–1920) Section 2.
WWI Continued Naval Warfare Leading up to the war most nations thought that navies would play a huge role Germany and England will both build.
What was the U.S. doing while Europe was fighting WWI?
World War One Part 5 The War at Sea. The British Dominate the Seas The United Kingdom had a superior Navy. By the end of 1914 the German flag is swept.
A quick review What are the causes of W W I??? Military buildup, Nationalism, Imperialism, Alliances, and the Assassination. Who were the two main Central.
BELLWORK: WWI Naval Warfare “On the Seas” (525) 1. Why did Britain need control of the seas? 2. Why did Germany want control of the seas? 3. What is a.
Causes of the War -Lots of Instability Nationalism Old Empires Old Style Gov’ts Alliance System.
World War I Outcome: Events Prior to U.S. Entry. Events Prior to U.s. entry 1. U.S. Position: Neutrality a.President Wilson encouraged neutrality in “
Sequence of Events : The United States Enters WWI.
The United States Declares War. German Submarine Warfare U-boat or Unterseeboot or submarine 1. Used to prevent munitions and food from reaching.
The United States Enters World War I By Art Lewandowski Fostoria High School.
War Breaks Out in Europe Chapter 23 Section 1. The Great War Begins June 28, 1914 – Serbian man assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand (heir to the throne.
The United States Enters World War I Just as Russia Leaves.
Chapter 17 Section 2 From Neutral to Declaration of War.
WORLD WAR I: EVENTS PRIOR TO US ENTRY US History Honors.
US INVOLVEMENT IN WWI. Causes of American Involvement 1. Unrestricted Submarine Warfare 2. British propaganda 3. Zimmerman Telegraph 4. Russian Revolution.
American Neutrality U.S. wanted to avoid intermingling with European war – we adopt an official position of neutrality U.S. wanted to avoid intermingling.
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