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The American Expeditionary Force (AEF) 21-30 years old. 24 M Total only 2 Million reached Europe 2.8 M called by lottery
Mobilizing for the War
Black Servicemen in Paris WWI – Once again blacks enlist to help their country - NO Black Officers – 400,000 total –Making America Safe For Democracy
War Industries Board – Director,Bernard Baruch is middle right seated –Set prices, reduced consumer goods, regulated and even controlled industries – near Total War
Railway & Fuel Administration Government seized RRs and organized into One system – control over coal, gas, and coal – gasless Sundays
National War Labor Board Eight hour day, wages set by the government, - 70% of workers unionized – but – Work, or Fight
Food Administration Board
Eugene V. Debs serving a 10 year sentence for giving an anti-war speech in 1918 & Schenck v U.S. – At Time of War, the First Amendment could be suspended – Yelling Fire in a crowded Theater - Clear and Present Danger…to the public safety
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Discuss with a Partner Describe the transformation in Wilson’s outlook from “Peace without Victory” to “Making the World Safe for Democracy.”
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Mobilizing the Home Front-WWI
The Work Force and Labor Unions. Growth of labor A big supply of labor helped industries to grow quickly Most workers faced dangerous conditions Five.
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Aim #58: How did the US mobilize for war? Do now! Read excerpt from Wilson’s speech asking for a declaration of war and the excerpt from the Schenck case.
We Enter WWI Selective Service
The Great War: The Home Front Why it matters Government assumed new powers in the daily lives of the American people. War required sacrifice,
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The Great War: There and Here Section 7.3. Today’s Agenda Review America’s foreign policy and outbreak of WWI 7.3 slide show Homework –Notebook check.
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U.S. Enters War -Peace without Victory -idealistic peace plan -Submarine warfare continues -Zimmerman Note intercepted -Wilson calls for War “War to make.
Warm-up Question What is meant by the term home front? What is meant by the term home front? How would citizens in the United States contribute to the.
US THE HOME FRONT. DO NOW In order to go to war what preparations do you think a country needs to make?
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Review US Foreign Policy Trends prior to World War I.
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Review Questions 1) List at least 2 reasons the U.S. got involved in WWI 2) How did the United States feel about being involved in WWI at the beginning?
Unit 6: World War I (1914 – 1920) The Homefront!.
World War I on the Home Front. Mobilization Start of the war, America ranked 17 th in the world in terms of Army size Start of the war, America ranked.
The War at Home. Concern Over Patriotism Americans trying to eliminate internal enemies Resulted in attacks on immigrants.
9.2: The War at Home The war changes American society politically, economically, and socially.
The Home Front. Selective Service Act- May 1917 Draft of young men for military service. War to end all Wars=wide acceptance for draft By Nov. 1918,
Meanwhile, what were Americans doing at home? “Waging war requires many sacrifices at home.”
WWI was so big, the entire US economy had to be refocused on the war effort (388) –Business & Government work together –Congress gave President Wilson.
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