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1919 and the “Great Unrest”
Republican Warren G. Harding
Flu patients in Oakland, California, 1918 Wounded U.S. received first-aid on the French warfront, 1918
Allied leaders gather at Palace of Versailles, France, for treaty negotiations, June 1919
French officer stands near the graves of the war front dead, eastern France
“Blowing Bubbles,” March 1919
Bolshevik (Communist) propaganda in Russia, 1918
“Put Them Out and Keep Them Out,” Philadelphia Inquirer, 1919
“Treat ‘Em Rough,” Literary Digest, August 1919
Chicago steel workers strike, 1919
The Chicago Daily Tribune, May 1919
“Keeping Warm,” Los Angeles Times, 1919
I.W.W. union offices after government raid, 1919
“A. Mitchell Palmer Out For A Stroll,” Chicago Tribune, 1920
Aftermath of the bombing on Wall Street, September 16, 1920
Republican presidential candidate Warren G. Harding
President Warren G. Harding and V.P Calvin Coolidge, ca. 1922
Trouble In Paradise (If, by Paradise, you mean Gary, Indiana): The U.S. after WWI Chapter 14, Section 4 December 5, 2008.
Government Excess & Threats to the Civil Liberties of Americans Post-war labor unrest: Coal Miners Strike of Steel Strike of Boston Police.
The First Red Scare Objective: to identify various manifestations of the First Red Scare and differing perceptions of the First Red Scare.
WWI Aftermath HW Quiz 1. What agreement ended World War I? 2. What was Woodrow Wilson’s plan for creating lasting peace in Europe after World War I? 3.
Chapter 16 Section 4 The War’s Impact Appointment Clock.
The 1920’s Red Scare. Anarchism The doctrine that government is an unnecessary evil All government should be replaced by voluntary cooperation among individuals.
Chapter 19 World War 1 and Its Aftermath Section 4 The War’s Impact.
“Put Them Out & Keep Them Out” – Philadelphia Inquirer.
END OF WORLD WAR –31 FEBRUARY GERMANY ANNOUNCES UNRESTRICTED U-BOAT WARFARE –UNITED STATES RECEIVES ‘ZIMMERMAN TELEGRAM’ FROM BRITAIN ALLEGED TO.
Day 72 Post War Issues Homework:. Postwar Trends Nativism Isolationism-
A Bloody Conflict. Combat Trench Warfare – “No man’s land” – Major battles left several thousand men dead 1915 Poison Gas – Vomiting, blindness, suffocation.
POST WORLD WAR I KEY ISSUES. POSTWAR TRENDS AMERICANS EXHAUSTED DEBATE OVER LEAGUE OF NATIONS DIVIDES AMERICA PROGRESSIVE ERA BROUGHT MANY CHANGES ECONOMY.
Chapter 6 END OF Lesson 3: Wilson, War & Peace United States History Ms. Girbal Monday, January 26, 2015.
THE 1920’S POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC TRENDS. The Politics of Fear The 1920s Red Scare - result of Russian Revolution in mail bombings - the Palmer.
Normalcy in Government election of Warren G. Harding and the simpler days before the war -Isolationist Policies -Washington Conferences proposed.
An Economy In Turmoil Click the mouse button to display the information. After World War I ended, rapid inflation resulted when government agencies removed.
The War’s Impact Chapter 16 Section 4. An Economy in Turmoil Soldiers are returning home to parades and parties But there is a problem... Two million.
America After the Great War Chapter 12. Wilson’s Leftovers 19 th Amendment U.S. didn’t join the League of Nations His hero image increased immigration.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 4 Effects of the War Describe the problems Americans faced immediately after the war. Analyze how these.
APUSH – Spiconardi. In 1919, more than 4 million workers engaged in strikes “Freedom in the Workplace” Wearing military uniforms, workers denounced.
The War’s Impact. An Economy in Turmoil After WWI, the government removed the controls it had placed on the economy during war time. People began spending.
Wilson, War and Peace pg CH Essential Question 11/5/15 What were the M.A.I.N causes of WWI? Explain HOW they were main causes.
Society, Politics and the Economy of the Roaring Twenties Life In Postwar America.
Good Morning! Bell Ringer – WWI Review Goal 8 test - Tuesday.
SWBAT: Explain how American society changed as a result of WWI and its aftermath.
The Politics of the Roaring 20’s Honors US History Mr. Buttell.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Effects of World War I in the United States.
Winning the War Motivation: What was taking place in World War I when the United States entered the war in 1917? Aim: How did the Allies win World War.
Analyze primary sources about the League of Nations. - Describe the challenges and problems facing the United States following World War I.
US 2 Mr. Perry. A rare form of the flu hit the US in 1918 and would spread around the world and kill millions Caused great fear around the world,
American History Chapter 19-1 Postwar Havoc. Post WWI Concerns American soldiers returning home brought a deadly flu virus. – Killed 10 times more Americans.
Opportunities for African-Americans in WW1 “Great Migration.” 1916 – 1919 70,000 War industries work. Enlistment in segregated units.
1. Define demobilization 2. Brainstorm some potential problems with demobilization after WWI.
The 1920s. Essential Questions Why did the U.S. experience so much political and social change during the 1920s? Why did the 1920s see the emergence of.
Chapter 20 The Roaring Twenties.
Section 3 A Bloody Conflict Section 4 The War’s Impact.
known at the time as “The Great War” officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the.
Effects of World War I in the United States. influenza – the flu virus inflation – rising prices Red Scare – widespread fear of radicals and communist.
12.1 Post-War Struggles. Anti-Immigration Changes The revived KKK now went after Catholics, Jews and other immigrant groups – (along with African Americans)
Today’s Standard 10.6 Students analyze the effects of the First World War. Analyze the aims and negotiating roles of world leaders, the terms and influence.
America and WWI Part E. 1.In January 1918, what did President Woodrow Wilson present before Congress? His Fourteen Points, a plan to promote peace after.
Evidence Outcome Historical Context Political Interactions.
Revolutions in Russia Section 14-1 Long-term social unrest in Russia explodes in revolution, and ushers in the first Communist government.
A Republican Decade Presidential Election Warren G. Harding Republican - Ohio Promises Americans “A return to normalcy” and.
Developments following WWI SS6H7. Russian Revolution Who Nicholas II: Last Czar of Russia Who Vladimir Lenin: Leader of the Communist Party.
AFTER WORLD WAR I, MANY AMERICANS FEARED THAT COMMUNISTS WOULD TAKE OVER THE COUNTRY HOW DID THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT UNDER A. MITCHEL PALMER RESPOND TO.
America Struggles with Post War Issues How are civil liberties attacked in the post-war era?
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