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World War 1

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Transcript of World War 1

The American Response to the outbreak of War
What countries were the major
allied power
?

What countries were the major
Central power
?
Liberty Bonds-support the war , Hollywood
Lever Food and Fuel Control Act:
Herbert Hoover
"Wheatless Monday"
"Meatles Tuesdays" -save for war
Bernard Baruch- War Industries Broad
War had a good impact on America?
The
United
States
and
World
War I

Claudia Montiel
Rebeca Quintanilla
Demi Falcon
Frida Flores
Milena Ventruto
Elexis Chavez

Increasing American Support For the Allied Powers
The Powers known as the Allies in World War I were predominantly: Great Britain, France, Russia and Italy. Italy initially had a treaty with Germany, but recanted and secretly allied with the Allied Powers.
"To considered important"
National Security League
Hum
Lusitania
Sussex Pledge
America Moves Toward War
"Republicans the party of war"-Opponent of Charles E. Hughes
"He kept us out of war"-Wilson propaganda
U-boat, germans ship sunking
Unrerstricted Submarine warfare- Jan 31, 1917
Zimmerman Telegram ("Zimmermann Note")
April 3, Call out for a war.
America Enters the War
April, 1917
Russia was getting defeated.
American
American Expeditionary Force
Both Women and Blacks were able to join the army.
Coney System
The Impact of the American Expeditionary Force
*November 1918
*Lenin & Bolsheviks
*March 1918;
Paris

The Impact Of The American Expeditionary Force
*American soldiers major role
*Battle of Chateau-Thierry
*Meuse-Argonne Offensive
*Victory Impossible
~Armistice ending the war
~115,000 compared to 8 million
~Eddie Rickenbacker &
Corporal Alvin York
Keeping America Patriotic
Final Destination
Woodrow Wilson and the Treaty of Versailles
January 12 , 1919
The Home Front During World War 1
The
United

States
and
the

Middle

East

The Treaty of Versailles and the United States Senate
The Consequences of American Actions After War
Archduke Frank Ferdinand
Fourteen points
League of Nations
1916-1917
Austro-Hungarian and The Ottoman Empires
Increasing American Support For the Allied Powers
immigrants
Balfour Declaration
Irreconcilables
Reservationists
Woodrow Wilson
In 1921, U.S formally ended the war with Germany
United States never entered the League of Nations
"Big Four "
*US failure to join the League
*European POV
*Isolationism 1930s
*WWII 1945
U
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S
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r
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l
e
allied powers
France
Russia
Great Britain
Central powers
Germany
Austia-Hungary
Italy
Committee on Public Information
Naional security League
Espionage Act
Great Migration
The Consequences of America Actions After the war
U.S.A failed to join the League of National and because of that it never got to be the organization that it could have been after that U.S. went in an period of isolization until WW2.
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