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World War I The Roaring Twenties The Great Depression World War II 1950s & 1960s The Cold War
This weapon of World War I was said to have come from the dark side of the Industrial Revolution and caused more casualties than any other weapon during the war. A 100
What is the machine gun? A 100
A 200 This policy kept the United States out of World War I for three years.
What is isolationism? A 200
The Treaty of Versailles, which ended World War I, would later lead to this. A 300
What is World War II? A 300
U.S. Senators opposed Americas membership in the League of Nations because they believed it would lead the United States into this. A 400
What is future European conflicts? A 400
At the end of World War I, President Wilsons 14 points were mostly rejected by this group of people. A 500
What are the nations of Europe? A 500
In the 1920s, illegal bars and night clubs became known as this. B 100
What are speakeasies? B 100
Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were associated with this colorful and hair raising movement in the 1920s. B 200
What is the Red Scare? B 200
The trial of John T. Scopes challenged this fundamentalist belief. B 300
What is the Bible should be taken literally? B 300
Most workers experienced an increase in standard of living in the 1920s except this group. B 400
Who are farmers? B 400
The Harlem Renaissance refers to a celebration of African- American culture in these areas. B 500
What is literature and art? B 500
This term specifically refers to the stock market crash of October 29, C 100
What is Black Tuesday? C 100
World War I veterans and their families made up this group that marched on Washington during the 1930s. C 200
What is the Bonus Army? C 200
This was the first action of President Roosevelt after he took office. C 300
What is he declared a bank holiday and closed all national banks? C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
This New Deal program resulted in the construction of a number of hydroelectric dams that controlled flooding and brought electricity to rural areas of the South. C 400
What is the Tennessee Valley Authority? C 400
Historians generally agree that the Great Depression was ended by this. C 500
What is Americas entry into World War II? C 500
This nations attack on Pearl Harbor finally forced the U.S. to enter World War II. D 100
Who is Japan? D 100
He was the Supreme Commander of the U.S. and Allied forces in Europe. D 200
Who is Dwight Eisenhower? D 200
Most historians consider this as the greatest turning point of the war in Europe and possibly the single most-important event of the 20 th century. D 300
What is the D-Day invasion? D 300
D 400 This was Trumans primary objective in deciding to drop the atomic bomb.
D 400 What is to end the war and save American lives?
D 500 Critics of President Roosevelts lend lease program argued that it did this.
D 500 What is endangered Americas neutrality policy?
This plan resulted in millions of dollars in U.S. economic aid to rebuild European nations. E 100
What is the Marshall Plan? E 100
Loans for college and for homes, as well as desegregating the military were all associated with this, helping real American heroes. E 200
What is the GI Bill? E 200
This countrys crossing of the 38 th parallel triggered the first military conflict of the Cold War. E 300
Who is North Korea? E 300
This was Americas first response to the Soviets blockade of Berlin, Germany. E 400
What is an airlift of supplies? E 400
The Cuban Missile Crises ended after President Kennedy ordered this of Cuba. E 500
What is a quarantine? E 500
The launch of Sputnik resulted in the beginning of this. F 100
What is the space race? F 100
The 1950s saw a rapid growth in the number of Americans living in these areas. F 200
What are the suburbs? F 200
The Cold War between the U.S. and communist Russia came to an end shortly after this happened. F 300
What is the Berlin Wall was torn down? F 300
After investigating the assassination of President Kennedy, the Warren Commission concluded from evidence that he was responsible. F 400
Who is Lee Harvey Oswald? F 400
The Suez Canal Crisis in 1956 lead to the Eisenhower Doctrine which pledged to stop the spread of Communism is this region of the world. F 500
What is the Middle East? F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: The Presidents Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
This president lost the support of many Americans when he attempted to pack the Supreme Court with judges that were friendly to his policies. Click on screen to continue
Who is Franklin Roosevelt? Click on screen to continue
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