Presentation on theme: "USA Ariel, Tian, (Athena). Pre-World War I 1898 – The Spanish-American War 1906 – American occupation of Cuba 1913 – Woodrow Wilson becomes President."— Presentation transcript:
USA Ariel, Tian, (Athena)
Pre-World War I 1898 – The Spanish-American War 1906 – American occupation of Cuba 1913 – Woodrow Wilson becomes President 1914 – Panama Canal World War I 1915 – Sinking of the Lusitania 1917 – America declares war on Germany 1918 – Fourteen Points presented World War I ends
Post-World War I Harding, Coolidge, Hoover conservative presidencies, high tariffs Stock Market crash of 1929 Great Depression Franklin D. Roosevelt 1932 New Deal Recovery Reforms 1933
CCOT Analyze the economic and political changes and continuities of the United States from 1898 to 1933 with the New Deal.
Germany Mady, Katie, Christine
History 1871: Otto von Bismarck unified Germany Late 1870s: Germany raises tariffs to protect industries from Britain. 1882: Germany joins Italy and Austria-Hungary in a triple alliance. (triple entente: Britain, France, Russia 1888: Beginning of Germanys navy to compete with Britain. 1888: Beginning of Kaiser Wilhelm 2 nd 1914: Franz Ferdinand assassinated & Germany declares war on Russia & France, Britain declares war on Germany : World War 1
More History 1915: German Cameroon & German colonies of South West Africa are conquered. April 1915: Germans are the first to launch poison gas at the second battle of Ypres 1916: Turn of Winter (massive famine) & US uses submarines to sink British merchant ships. 1917: Germany establishes womens auxiliary units. Armistice Signed; Emperor Wilhelm 2 nd is exiled 1919: Germany signs treaty of Versailles. 1919: Weimar Republic is established : Inflation causes government to issue new currency. 1933: Adolf Hitler is appointed As chancellor and Nazi Germany begins persecuting Jews
CCOT Prompt Describe economic and political changes and continuities in Germany from
Ottoman Empire/Turkey Kyle, Matias, Emilio
1876: Young Ottomans Form New Constitution Under Abdul Hamid II 1877: Abdul Hamid II Suspends Constitution and Parliament 1898: Crete occupied by Europeans : Macedonia Rebels 1909: Abdul Hamid II Overthrown by Young Turks in Parliament 1910: Albania Becomes Independent 1912: Italy Conquers Libya : 1 st and 2 nd Balkan Wars
1914: Ottomans Form a Secret Alliance With Germany; Deport Armenians 1915: British Land at Gallipoli 1916: Hussein Led Revolt in Arabia Against Ottomans 1917: Balfour Declaration 1919: League of Nations Mandates Formed From Former Ottoman Territories 1919: Ataturk Takes Power, Attempts to Westernize Turkey : War Between Turkey and Greece
CCOT Prompt: Analyze political and social changes and continuities in Turkey during the time period
Japan Joey, Tommy, Anthony, Leo
Important Dates Pt Meiji Restoration 1870s Hired British engineers to build first railroad 1870s - British telegraph cables laid to Japan Japan wins Sino-Japanese War – Japan wins Russo-Japanese War Japan annexes Korea
Important Dates Pt Japan joins Great Britain in WW1 by declaring war on Germany 1915 Japan presents 21 demands to China 1919 Treaty of Versailles grants Japan German colonies, but not the Chinese territories they wanted Kanto earthquake, destroys ½ of Tokyo 200,000 dead Japan population reaches 60 million 1931 Japan invades Manchuria, a mineral wealthy colony in China. 1930s 89% of Japanese homes had electric lights.
CCOT Prompt From 1868 from 1931 analyze the political and economic changes and continuities in Japan.
China Ethan, Eldon, (Antonio)
Timeline Open Door Policy enables Europeans to maintain access to a treaty port but restricts European influence Boxer Rebellion is started under the guidance of Empress Dowager Cixi; crushed by Europeans Empress Dowager Cixi dies; Sun Yat-sen tries to take over government but fails 4.October Regional Army Mutiny led by Yuan Shikai 5.December Last Qing Emperor Puyi abdicates and Sun Yat-sen is elected president but steps down and Yuan Shikai is elected president Japan presents China with Twenty-One Demands, which would have turned China into a protectorate; Japan seizes German enclaves in China
Timeline 7. May 4, Students demonstrate in Forbidden city to protest Japanese occupation of German ports 8. Early 1920s - Sun Yat-sen tries to come back; Guomindang allies with Chinese Communist Party Sun Yat-sen dies; Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai-shek) assumes leadership of the Guomindang (National Peoples Party) Kai-shek turns against the Chinese Communist Party; defeats most of the regional warlords and establishes dictatorship
CCOT Prompt Analyze the political change and continuity in China between 1899 and 1927.
Russia/USSR Matt, Vlad, Mary
Dates Emancipation of serfs Czar Nicholas II was crowned czar Russo-Japanese War Bloody sunday Duma formed British-russian entente Start of World War October Revolutions February revolution
Dates civil war between reds and whites Russia withdraws from WW1(Treaty of Brest-Litovsk) New economic policies in russia Lenin's life span Stalin in power Trotsky exiled, Five year plan introduced by Stalin
CCOT Prompt Analyze social and political change and continuity in Russia from