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2 100 200 300 400 500 Before the War During the War After the War US and WWI Vocabulary Misc. Final Question

3 Who is Franz Ferdinand? A 100

4 Next in line to lead Austrian Empire A 100

5 Who is Gavrilo Princip? A 200

6 19 year old Bosnian who Assassinated Franz Ferdinand A 200

7 What nation was the Black Hand from and what was their motivation for assassinating Franz Ferdinand? A 300

8 Terrorist Organization based in Serbia Austria had taken over Bosnia, Serbia wanted Bosnia and feared Austria may come for them next. A 300

9 Which nations are in the Triple Entente and the Triple Alliance before the war? A 400

10 Triple Entente = Britain, France, Russia Triple Alliance = Italy, Germany, Austria A 400

11 What 3 terms did Austria send Serbia after the assassination? A 500

12 Serbia must accept full responsibility for the assassination, give Austria the right to police anti- Austrian groups within Serbia, and allow Austria to prosecute the assassins in an Austrian Court A 500

13 Which nation is the most aggressive during the early months of the war? B 100

14 -Germany B 100

15 On whose side does Italy enter the war and why is this odd? B 200

16 -Triple Entente AKA Allies -They made a secrete pact with Britain to get land after the wars end and break their old alliance with Germany and Austria B 200

17 What does it mean to go Over the Top? B 300

18 Run from your trench to the next trench over no mans land B 300

19 What is the Schlieffen Plan? Is it successful? B 400

20 Germanys plan to quickly defeat France by going through Belgium No

21 Describe the Russian Revolution and why it is important to WWI and future world events B 500

22 Bolsheviks throw out the Czar and create a communist government Russia starts fighting a civil war and pulls out of WWI early Future conflicts such as the cold war / Vietnam etc. B 500

23 What are 2 ways in which people attempted to cope with surviving the war and what question did they struggle with? C 100

24 Various - what was the purpose of the war C 100

25 Why did mysticism rise in popularity after WWI? C 200

26 People that survived the war felt a deep need to find closure with their dead loved ones, especially those whose bodies were never found. C 200

27 What did nations in the League of Nations agree to when they joined the League? (4) C 300

28 Resolve disputes with diplomacy if diplomacy fails observe a waiting period if you break rules you can be punished you agree to fight to preserve the freedom of the other member nations C 300

29 Several small nations came to the Paris Peace conference Which nations and what did they want? What happened? C 400

30 Indo China – Ho Chi Minh – France out of Indo China Middle East – Amir Faisal – independence for fighting with Allies They are ignored C 400

31 LIE through this cartoon C 500

32 Various C 500

33 How did Wilson respond when WWI began? (2 reasons) D 100

34 The US would stay neutral -Many citizens are from both countries -US would try to mediate for peace D 100

35 What was the Great Migration? D 200

36 The movement of African Americans from the south to the north during the war D 200

37 What are 3 reasons why the US entered WWI? D 300

38 German U-boats Zimmerman note Financial ties D 300

39 What was the purpose of the Committee on Public Information – how would you describe how their activities changed during the war? D 400

40 To create materials that would get Americans to volunteer and buy war bonds (support the war) Fact based – propaganda D 400

41 What were the ideas in Wilsons Fourteen Points? D 500

42 -Self determination -Fairly settle territory disputes -End conditions that create future wars (arms race, secret pacts etc.) -Create a League of nations

43 Fourteen Points E 100

44 Wilsons plan at the end of the war for how the treaty should look. E 100

45 Espionage Act E 200

46 : it is a crime to Talk about any information that could interfere with the U.S. armed forces war effort or that supports the success of the country's enemies. Punishment = a fine of $10,000 and a prison sentence of 20 years. (STILL in effect)

47 Sedition Act E 300

48 Strengthened the Espionage Act Penalties for anyone that interfered with the war Insulted the U.S. government, the flag, the Constitution or the military; protested against the production of necessary war materials; or spread this information to the public. (Repealed 1921) E 300

49 What 4 things does the treaty of Versailles demand of Germany? E 400

50 Germany: Is Disarmed size of military and navy are capped Loses all colonial lands and sections of pre-war territory Forced to accept full responsibility for war Forced to pay billions of $ in reparations (roughly 37 billion) E 400

51 Who is the head of the Food Administration during WWI? E 500

52 Allowed Congress to create and enforce collection of an income tax E 500

53 What was done to help soldiers with disfiguring facial injuries after WWI? F 100

54 Early work in prosthetics F 100

55 Before the US Entered the war, what type of propaganda was most prevalent and how did it impact American support? F 200

56 British demonizing Germans Helped turn American support to Britain F 200

57 Describe the Zimmerman Note and Sussex Pledge F 300

58 ZN = Germanys offer to Mexico that if M helped G defeat US M would get land in the southern US. SP = Germany agreed to sink ships after a warning and guaranteeing the safety of the passengers F 300

59 How did Serbia respond to Austria after they were given terms after the assassination of Franz Ferdinand? (3) F 400

60 Would accept all terms except allowing Austrian police into Serbia Asked that outside nations get involved in settling dispute F 400

61 What is the meaning of the following quote and what court case does it come from? The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in falsely shoutingFire! in a theatre and causing a panic [….] The question in every case is whether the words used are used in such circumstances and are of such a nature as to create a clear and present danger […] When a nation is at war many things that might be said in time of peace are such a hindrance to its effort that their utterance will not be endured so long as men fight and that no Court could regard them as protected by any constitutional right. F 500

62 It means that the right to free speech does not entitle you to make false statements or during times of war for you to discuss information or say something that might lead to a US defeat, Schenck v. United States F 500

63 The Final Question Category is: Cause and Effect Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

64 Click on screen to continue What are the 5 factors that lead to WWI? (List them) Then… Describe a historically accurate example of how EACH factor contributed to WWI

65 -Various answers Click on screen to continue

66 Thank You for Playing! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT

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