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Social Studies Chapter 9 A New Role for America Review Game
What state joined the nation in the mid 1900s becoming the 49 th state?
What state joined the nation in the mid 1900s becoming the 50 th state?
The victory in what war made the U.S. a world power?
Spanish-American War Spanish-American War
Theodore Roosevelt quit his job and formed a volunteer fighting group known as the?
What was Congress reaction to the explosion of the Maine, the U.S. Navy Ship?
Congress declared war on Spain.
The ________ was built to open a route between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
The Panama Canal was built to open a route between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
The Panama Canal was built on a narrow strip that links two larger pieces of land called an ___________.
The Panama Canal was built on a narrow strip that links two larger pieces of land called an isthmus.
_____________ is a kind of writing that exaggerates news to shock and attract readers.
Yellow Journalism is a kind of writing that exaggerates news to shock and attract readers.
Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders joined by an African American soldiers known as the Buffalo Soldiers fought and won what famous battle?
Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders joined by an African American soldiers known as the Buffalo Soldiers fought and won what famous battle? Battle of San Juan Hill
As a result of the Spanish-American War, The United States got what territories?
Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines.
The belief that your country deserves more success than others is called?
The belief that your country deserves more success than others is called? Nationalism
The building of a strong military to frighten or defeat other countries is known as?
During _________, soldiers fought from long, narrow ditches.
During trench warfare, soldiers fought from long, narrow ditches.
As a result of nationalism and imperialism in Europe in the early 1900s nations such as Germany, France, and Russia wanted more….
land and power.
What happened in 1914 that led to WWI?
Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia.
An _________ is an agreement nations make to support and defend each other.
An alliance is an agreement nations make to support and defend each other.
During WWI, the two most important alliances were the _________ and ________ Powers.
During WWI, the two most important alliances were the Allied and Central Powers.
What countries made up the Central Powers?
Austria-Hungry and Germany
What countries formed the Allied Powers?
Russia, France, Great Britain, Italy, and Serbia
After the sinking of the British Ship, the _________, Germany agreed to stop attacking passenger ships.
After the sinking of the British Ship, the _Lusitania_, Germany agreed to stop attacking passenger ships.
When the U.S. joined the War in 1917, they joined on the side of the _________.
When the U.S. joined the War in 1917, the joined on the side of the _________. Allies (the Allied Powers)
A synonym for the word alliance would be?
friend or partnership
Why did the U.S. finally enter the war in 1917?
Germany was attacking passenger ships.
Name a few of the new weapons or technologies of WWI?
Machine guns, hand grenades, submarines, tanks, poison gas, and planes dropping bombs
What were some of the things that American workers made so soldiers could fight in the war?
Ships, trucks, weapons, uniforms, gas masks, and helmets
In order to create more supplies for the soldiers, the government set limits on the amount of goods such as meat. These limits were called ________.
In order to create more supplies for the soldiers, the government set limits on the amount of goods such as meat. These limits were called _rations_.
What effect did WWI have on African Americans?
Thousands of southern African Americans moved to northern towns to work in factories.
How did women help in the war effort back home on the home front?
Women took over jobs that had previously been open only to men such as making weapons, repairing cars, delivering mail, and directing traffic.
How did WWI help American women achieve the right to vote?
Women were able to do many things that Americans had thought only men could do. Thus, changing Americans opinion of women.
In 1919, the Senate passed the ____ Amendment to the Constitution, giving women the right to vote.
In 1919, the Senate passed the _19th_ Amendment to the Constitution, giving women the right to vote.
How did the entry of the U.S. in the war on the side of the allies change the war?
The one million American soldiers made the Allies stronger than the Central Powers.
The Central Powers realized that they could not win the war, so they signed an __________________.
The Central Powers realized that they could not win the war, so they signed an __armistice__, which is an agreement to stop fighting.
When the war had ended, many people celebrated the __________.
When the war had ended, many people celebrated the _armistice_.
As a result of this armistice, leaders of both the Allied and Central Powers met on January 1919 to sign the __________________.
As a result of this armistice, leaders of both the Allied and Central Powers met on January 1919 to sign the _Treaty of Versailles_.
Who was the American President that was present at the signing of the Treaty of Versailles?
The Treaty of Versailles punished what country, blaming them for the war?
As a result of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany lost ________, was forced to give land to France, and had to give the Allied forces __________.
As a result of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany lost _colonies_, was forced to give land to France, and had to give the Allied forces __money_.
President Wilson didnt agree with the punishment of Germany, but did support the Treaty of Versailles because it created the _____________.
League of Nations
The _____________ was formed to try to solve problems peacefully. They all promised to support one another if a war broke out.
The _League of Nations_ was formed to try to solve problems peacefully. They all promised to support one another if a war broke out.
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