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Causes of the War Americans in the War The Changing Face of War War Vocabulary
Row 1, Col 1 His assassination sparked World War I. Who is Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
1,2 For the first time the U.S. Army would train members of this group to be officers. Who were African Americans?
1,3 These German submarines were used to sink commercial vessels carrying supplies to European allies. What are U-boats?
1,4 They opposed World War I because they perceive all wars as evil. What are pacifists?
2,1 This long-term cause of the war encouraged competitiveness between nations and encouraged various groups to attempt to create nations of their own. What is nationalism?
2,2 Armed only with a rifle and a revolver, he killed 25 Germans and, with six other soldiers, captured 132 prisoners. Who is Alvin York?
2,3 This began with the introduction of the tank and the airplane as weapons. What is mechanized warfare?
2,4 They opposed the war because they saw it as an imperialist Struggle. Who are the socialists?
3,1 This suggestion of an alliance between Mexico and Germany deeply angered the American people. What is the Zimmerman note?
3,2 He shot down 26 enemy planes, he was Americas leading ace pilot in the war. Who is Captain Eddie Rickenbacker?
3,3 This American idea defeated the German U-boat campaign. What was the convoy system?
3,4 This term describes a person who opposes warfare on moral grounds. What is a conscientious objector?
4,1 This long-term cause of the war- involving a contest for colonies- was linked to industrialization. What is Imperialism?
4,2 He created the concept of the League of Nations, in order to prevent future wars. Who is Woodrow Wilson?
4,3 This area lay between two Enemy trenches. What is no-mans land?
4,4 These days were created in order to preserve food for European Allies. What were meatless or wheatless days?
5,1 This long term cause of the war leads to a naval arms race between nations in Europe and the United Sates. What is Militarism?
5,2 He commanded the American Expeditionary Force (AEF). Who is General John J. Pershing?
5,3 In the Battle of the Somme, this resulted in the exchange of 1.2 million casualties for seven miles of territory. What is trench warfare?
5,4 This government agency was created to help increase the production of war supplies. What was the War Industries Board?
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