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Chapters 18-19 IMPERIALISM and WW1 NB. Define Imperialism A nation exploits or imposes policies on a weaker nation or regionA nation exploits or imposes.

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1 Chapters IMPERIALISM and WW1 NB

2 Define Imperialism A nation exploits or imposes policies on a weaker nation or regionA nation exploits or imposes policies on a weaker nation or region - forces used can be military,political,economic or cultural - forces used can be military,political,economic or cultural - results can be political,economic, or cultural - results can be political,economic, or cultural - a new form of colonialism - a new form of colonialism Relate it to IndustrializationRelate it to Industrialization NB

3 * Identify Factors That Encouraged American ImperialismAmerican Imperialism –Military Strength, Influence –Raw Materials / New Markets –Democratic Chauvinism (Darwinism) NB

4 * How Did the U.S. Acquire…? AlaskaAlaska HawaiiHawaii NB

5 * ID U.S. Views of the Cuban Revolt EconomicEconomic Geography – PoliticsGeography – Politics HumanitarianHumanitarian Sugar CaneSugar Cane WeylerWeyler Yellow JournalismYellow Journalism SpainSpain NB

6 * ID Events That Created Conflict Between U.S. & Spain CUBA- de Lomé LetterCUBA- de Lomé Letter - U.S.S. Maine Teller AmendmentTeller Amendment NB

7 * ID Results of Spanish-American War MapMap Philippines AnnexationPhilippines Annexation Cuba is IndependentCuba is Independent Platt AmendmentPlatt Amendment NB

8 * Describe U.S. Involvement in Cuba InterventionIntervention Platt AmendmentPlatt Amendment –(Teller Amendment) = a Protectorate NB

9 * ID Causes / Results of the Filipino War E. AguinaldoE. Aguinaldo terrible cost and atrocitiesterrible cost and atrocities > 1945> 1945 Compare to Puerto RicoCompare to Puerto Rico Foracker Act Foracker Act Insular Cases Insular Cases NB

10 * What was the Purpose of the Open Door Policy European Spheres of InfluenceEuropean Spheres of Influence in China in China The Boxer RebellionThe Boxer Rebellion John Hay 1899John Hay 1899 The Open Door Notes The Open Door Notes NB

11 * How Did T Rs Foreign Policy Promote American Power? NavyNavy Big StickBig Stick CanalCanal Roosevelt CorollaryRoosevelt Corollary NB

12 * Describe Tafts/WWs Foreign Policy TaftTaft Dollar Diplomacy –Nicaragua –Honduras –Haiti –Cuba Woodrow WilsonWoodrow Wilson Missionary DiplomacyMissionary Diplomacy –Nicaragua –Haiti –Mexico –Cuba –Virgin Islands –Militarized the Canal NB - Land Redistribution - Nationalization

13 * Mexican Revolution Diaz ( )Diaz ( ) MaderoMadero HuertaHuerta –Civil War CarranzaCarranza Obregon (1920)Obregon (1920) NB Zapata Pancho Villa Wilson

14 * ID Long Term Causes for WW1 Isms:Isms: NB Nationalism -Imperialism -Militarism -Alliance System Competition Industrialization U.S. Isolationism U.S. Isolationism National Interest

15 * ID Participants Triple EntenteTriple Entente Triple AllianceTriple Alliance NB

16 * ID Reasons for Americas Entrance WeaponsWeapons Zimmerman NoteZimmerman Note Sub WarfareSub Warfare German War PolicyGerman War Policy –Cultural / Economic Ties –Propaganda NB

17 * How Did The U.S. Mobilize for War? Total War / Industrial AgeTotal War / Industrial Age –Labor Force –Consumer Goods – Inflation –Civil Liberties / Reform –Propaganda – Censorship –Govt Spending – Bonds –Govt Economic Controls NB

18 * ID U.S. Battle Efforts 2 Million -Gen. John Pershing2 Million -Gen. John Pershing –Château - Thierry –Belleau – Wood –St. Mihiel –Argonne Forest NB

19 * ID New Weapons Used Industrialized WarIndustrialized War NB

20 * Describe Wilsons 14 Points Self DeterminationSelf Determination League of NationsLeague of Nations No Secret TreatiesNo Secret Treaties Open TradeOpen Trade Freedom of the SeasFreedom of the Seas Arms ReductionArms Reduction NB

21 * Why Did Wilson Fail? At VersaillesAt Versailles –National Interest –BIG 3 In The U.S. SenateIn The U.S. Senate –Isolationism –Henry Cabot Lodge –Politics NB

22 * Results of WW1 / Treaty Map of Europe :. New Countries / Self DeterminationMap of Europe :. New Countries / Self Determination Mandates in M.E.Mandates in M.E. –Balfour Declaration Treatment of Germany / Terms of TreatyTreatment of Germany / Terms of Treaty –Reparations –Disarmament –Dismembered : National / Colonies –Guilt NB

23 * ID the Legacy of Versailles Modern War WW2Modern War WW2 National InterestNational Interest RevengeRevenge Deterrent HITLER!!Deterrent HITLER!! NB


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