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June, 28 1914 Assassination of the Archduke
August 3rd, 1914 Germany invades Belgium
August 4th, 1914-Britain Blockades Germany, Stopping ALL shipments, Including Food
Feburary 4th, 1915—Germany declares a (U-boat) submarine blockade of Britain
4/22/15 Germany Warns Americans: avoid Ships Carrying Weapons to England
June, 1915 William Jennings Bryan Resigns as Secretary of State, Predicting Wilson’s Policies Will Lead us into War.
May 7th, 1915 The Lusitania (Carrying Weapons) sunk by a U-boatMay 7th, 1915 The Lusitania (Carrying Weapons) sunk by a U-boat. 128 US Civilians killed
Wilson protests this violation of the United States' neutral rights
8/19 1915 Germany Sinks the Arabic, a British Ship, Killing 40 Civilians
8/30/1915 Arabic Pledge: Wilson Threatens War--Germany Promises Stop Sinking Ships Without Warning
3/24/1916---Germans Break Arabic Pledge and Sinks the Sussex
5/4/1916 Germany Makes the Sussex Pledge-Promising to Stop Sinking Ships Without Warning
Summer/Fall 1916: Wilson Wins Reelection Campaigning on the Slogan “He Kept Us Out of War!”
2/1 1917 Germany Resumes Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
2/24/1917 Zimmerman Telegram Shown to Wilson-Germany Offers Alliance with Mexico, Promises To Return Land US Stole
4/6/1917 US Declares War on Germany
BELLWORK 1. Describe Wilsons policy of Moral Diplomacy. 2. How was Moral Diplomacy different from the policies of the other Progressive presidents, Roosevelt.
WW1 #10: U.S. Enters the War Quiz today! 1.All of the following countries were members of the Allied forces EXCEPT: A.Britain B.Russia C.Italy D.Germany.
WWI Pre-US Involvement. Allied Powers vs. Central Powers 1. Austria-Hungary took over Bosnia & Herzegovina 2. Serbia mad at A-H, shot Ferdinand 3. A-H.
The U.S. Enters WWI. Questions to consider… Is peace without victory possible? Was WWI preventable? Why does a nation decide to go to war? Should the.
WW I: An American Perspective First reaction to the outbreak of war in Europe was one of shocked surprise and withdrawal.
U.S. Enters WWI. Why wasnt the U.S. in WWI from the Start? Isolationism - The U.S. attempted to stay neutral U.S. citizens believed that U.S. should stay.
World War I The War to End All Wars
Chapter 10 World War I Part Battle of Jutlandfought off the coast of Denmark, May- June, This fight between the British and the.
Causes Britain blockaded Germany. No military supplies were to enter – later included food. American merchants did not fight blockade Germans.
Chapter 15, Section 1 (cont’d). When archduke Francis Ferdinand was assassinated by a Serbian extremist, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. Germany.
Many Americans wanted to remain isolated from European conflicts War not in best interests of America Panama Canal completed in 1914 – one week.
WWI starts in 1914 US is neutral Does ship supplies to both sides of war Most Americans pulling for Allies Americans stay out of war because it is not.
America Enters the War Chapter 6, Section 1.
World War I and Its Aftermath
Activator Individual: Read excerpts from Document A, President Wilson's Declaration of Neutrality (August 19, 1914). Pairs, T&T: Discuss and record.
AMERICAN NEUTRALITY AND ROAD TO WAR Ms. Jerome. The War to End all Wars “The Great War”
Outcome: Events Prior to U.S. Entry
World War I Intro: Europe Before the War Germany – Strongest Army; Allied to Austria- Hungary (AH); Wanting to establish itself as a European/World.
U.S. Involvement in WWI. Anti-War U.S. under Woodrow Wilson – neutral Americans strongly anti-war.
World War I Key turning points for WW I… June, Archduke Ferdinand is assassinated August, 1914 – World War I starts March, 1917 – The.
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