Why were America's ties with the Allies stronger than its ties with the Central Powers? Is a kind of biased communication designed to influence people's thoughts and actions. World History Patterns of Interaction (Michigan), Dahia Ibo Shabaka, Larry S. Krieger, Linda Black, Phillip C. Naylor, Roger B. Beck, World History: Connections to Today, Volume 1. Who were the members of the Triple Alliance? Armed only with a rifle and a revolver, he killed 25 Germans, silenced 35 enemy machines guns, and, with 6 other soldiers, captured 132 prisoners. Set Production Quotas and Allocated raw materials. What changes did the war bring about for the following groups of Americans? a law, enacted in 1917, that required men to register for military service, the U.S. forces, led by General John Pershing, who fought with the Allies in Europe during World War I, commander of the AEF who refused to dispense his units on the western front in world war i, killed 25 machine-gunners and captured 132 German soldiers when his soldiers took cover; won Congressional Medal of Freedom.
The French premier who had lived through two German invasions of France and was determined to prevent future invasions. This high amount of death was caused by advancements in technology throughout the Civil War. However, they had a different opinion about how racial equality could be achieved. With the making of weapons, big or small, America spent a lot of money on the war. Many Americans felt close to Britain because of a common ancestry as well as similar democratic institutions and legal systems. After the Civil War, the federal government had more power than the federal government before the Civil War. He pushed for a revenge-based treaty at Versailles, hampering the 14 points, the 1919 peace treaty at the end of World War I which established new nations, borders, and war reparations, a provision in the Treaty of Versailles by which Germany acknowledged that it alone was responsible for World War I, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, he was a leader in the fight against participation in the League of Nations. women contributed by taking jobs previously held exclusively by men, such as working on railroads and docks, in coal mines, and as cooks and bricklayers. In 1914, this alliance consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire. Both the movement of African Americans to Northern cities and the movement for woman suffrage began before the war but were accelerated by it. Americans from Germany and Austria Hungary were affected and suffered the most. The rest of the money was through public borrowing by selling "Liberty Loan" and "Victory Loan" bonds. To suppress anti-war speech and activities. Why did Britain consider India its jewel in the crown? By interfering in national affairs, American have learned that war cost lots of money, men, and can be dissatisfying. Railroad workers, cooks, dockworkers, and bricklayers. Respond to the U.S. decision to enter the war, considering such issues as whether it should have entered earlier or not at all. People would change anything if it was German or take away German culture and publicly humiliating German Americans. Many African Americans sought to escape racial discrimination in the South. America's ties with the allies were stronger than its ties with the Central Powers because many Americans still had ties to nations from which they had emigrated. Closely linked with industrialization, this long-term cause of the war involved a contest for colonies. Additionally, they not only costed the nation, but nations families since they needed men for the war and some were chosen randomly. Germany began its war offense in Belgium. short-term changes in the economy. How did women contribute to the war effort in the United States during World War I? The U.S. favored Britain and France because they had large ties with them. Sauerkruat? Having shot down at least 29 enemy planes, he was America's leading ace pilot in the war. A boll weevil infestation, aided by floods and droughts, had ruined much of the South's cotton fields. What two ways did the government pay for the war cost? The ? Woodrow Wilson was a key player in its creation. Lastly, the government took control over commercial and private ships and converted them for transatlantic war use. A form of warfare in which opposing armies fight each other from trenches dug in the battlefield. In World War I the alliance of Germany and Austria-Hungary and other nations allied with them in opposing the Allies. treating all nations justly, including the losers of a war. Why did so many Americans oppose the Treaty of Versailles? How do most motor proteins ensure their movements are unidirectional? Workers who refused to obey board decisions could lose their draft exemptions. Describe the changes in national boundaries after the Versailles peace settlement. Also known as war damages which amounted to $33 billion that Germany was paying to the Allies. What events during the war undermined civil liberties? How did the United States mobilize a strong military during World War I? German americans couldn't find jobs. The first five points were issues that Wilson believed had to be addressed to prevent another war: -An international organization made to address diplomatic crises like those that had sparked the war. There were attacks on many immigrants especially the Germans and Austria-Hungary ones. David LLoyd George was indecisive because Britain has little land damage but high war losses. the Triple Entente? The Treaty shifted the boundaries of nations. How did the Espionage and Sedition Acts contradict the first amendment? What jobs did women now have that used to be only for men? Which weapons of mechanized warfare were introduced in World War I? The lives of people on both sides of the Atlantic were threatened by the German Navy and their U boats. ..CHAPTER ASSESSMENT What were the main reasons for U.S. involvement in the war? Men were required to register for military service. The British prime minister, had just won reelection on the slogan "Make Germany Pay.". Women took over jobs that men used to have. Head of conservative senators who opposed the League of Nations because of joint economic and military action against aggression, When did America finally sign a treaty with Germany?-. Booker t washington and web dubois both fought for racial equality. What factors led African Americans to migrate up north?-. The war gave the government more power with the War Industries Board, Food Administration, Fuel Administration, and the Railroad Administration. How were African Americans affected by war? The points were divided into three groups. What effects did World War I have on U.S. workers? It raise of the war effort from raising taxes with progressive income, war profit tax, tobacco, liquor, and luxurious goods. Why do neurons and some other specialized cells divide infrequently? Why did Southern planters infrequently travel to towns to sell their crops or to buy food and supplies.
Under the WIB, industrial production in the United States increased by about how much? When men came back from war then they were unemployed. The Zimmerman note alarmed the U.S. government because Germany has an alliance with Mexico to fight the U.S. Why were America's ties with the Allies stronger than it's ties with the central powers? increased support for women's right to vote. The Treaty of Versailles overlooked the importance of. Under the Espionage and Sedition Acts a person could be fined up to $10,000 and sentenced to 20 years in jail for interfering with the war effort or for saying anything disloyal, profane, or abusive about the government or the war effort. This involved merchant vessels traveling in large groups with naval ships acting as guards. It expressed the belief that colonial policies should consider the interests of colonized people as well as those of imperialist powers. Why or why not? The U.S. gave Germany many chances but the U.S. came to realize that Germany can't be trusted, so it made some Americans want to fight Germany. African americans migrated to the north and had much more job opportunities since everyone else was fighting in the war.
Both women and blacks served during the war, mostly under white officers, General of the American Expeditionary Force in WWI, a person who opposes warfare on moral grounds, pointing out that the Bible says, "Thou shalt not kill.". Several basic flaws in the treaty lead to postwar international problems that eventually would lead to the Second World War. How did the United States expand its navy so quickly? Most of the economy, including the power to fix prices and to regulate-even to nationalize- certain war-related industries. An international flu epidemic, that affected about one-quarter of the U.S. population. How did the Committee on Public Information (CPI) influence public opinion during World War I? Give three effects.
How was trade revived in Europe in the 1000s and 1100s? The sinking greatly turned American opinion against the Germans, and moved towards entering the war.
By that time the company was earning a $68-million yearly profit.
Second, the U.S chamber of Commerce joined in a public relations campaign to emphasize the importance of shipyard work. a person who refuses, on moral grounds, to participate in warfare. How did the government raise money for the war effort? Russia and Germany lost land, Austria-Hungary became two countries, and Romania gained land. Women's service during the war bolstered support for the woman suffrage movement, and in 1919, Congress finally passed the Nineteenth Amendment. Why was the Civil War so costly in terms of human lives?
Why did the Zimmerman note alarm the US government? The deadly weapons used in World War I were the tank and the airplane. by creating the War Industries board, to boost industrial production. head of the War Industries Board during WWI. a telegram from the German foreign minister to the German ambassador in Mexico that was intercepted by British agents.
A humiliated nation becomes angry and determined for revenge. This British liner was sunk by a German U-boat. -Couldn't stand around & watch (Inability to remain neutral). This limited the right of freedom of speech. an agency established during World War I to increase efficiency and discourage waste in war-related, established the War Industries Board in 1917; a prosperous business man, a kind of biased communication designed to influence people's thoughts and actions, Headed the Committee on Public Information, for promoting the war effort in WWI, two laws, enacted in 1917 and 1918, that imposed harsh penalties on anyone interfering with or speaking against U.S. participation in World War I, the large-scale movement of African Americans from the South to Northern cities in the early 20th century. CPI influenced public opinion through propaganda. It brought the United States into the League of Nations. The government also sold bonds through tens of thousands of volunteers. How did the U.S. government expand its powers during World War I? What were the benefits and drawbacks of these actions? How did Roosevelt attempt to balance American isolationism with the increasingly ominous international scene of the late 1930s? The United States mobilized a strong military during World War I because of the Selective Service Act, random men would be called to the front to fight in the war. This World War I poster shows the role of noncombatants over seas. What did the United States use to overcome the threat of German U-boats? What will happen in the market for soybeans if a soy-free diet becomes the new fad and why (two answers). The Senate opposed the Treaty of Versailles because the League of Nation's minimized the US' powers in decisions concerning war. The tank was built from metal so bullets couldn't break it and they could go through barbed wires. These acts stated that if anyone talks disloyal about the war they would have 10 years in prison and a huge fine. What do you think people today can learn from the long-term results of the Treaty of Versailles? That African-American support for the war should strengthen calls for racial justice. If the Civil War had not occurred, slavery would have continued to be legal and equality would not have existed in the United States. What was the purpose of the Espionage and Sedition Acts? What did the Food Administration do during the War?-. The government needed supplies for the war and private businesses could not handle the orders by themselves, so the government took over the private businesses to meet due dates. Women worked on railways and other jobs men did. Students who think the laws were a good idea could say that wartime is unusual in that it requires a unified effort on the part of all citizens to achieve the same goal and that weakening the nation's commitment to the war effort presented a real danger to U.S. survival.
This event sparked a series of actions that led to the beginning of WWI, an unoccupied region between opposing armies. Forced Germany to admit sole responsibility for starting World War I, Why did Americans oppose the Treaty of Versailles?-. Solve tough problems on your own with the help of expert-verified explanations. Why would labor disputes affect the war effort? Wages were going up in industries. USA (Wilson), French(George Clemenceau), and Britain(David LLoyd George) meet in Paris in order to make peace. changes in the inflation rate. What amendment gives women the right to vote. It called on Germany to demilitarize, pay war reparations, and return territory to France. All people or nations involved in an effort should be represented in the conclusion of that effort. Some people, including Herbert Hoover, believed it was too harsh. How did the United States raise most of the money to pay for fighting World War I? Newspapers and magazines lost mailing privileges. They also had thousands of people asking for money and guilted them if they didn't give them any by saying only "a friend of Germany" wouldn't help. The U.S. soldiers had to travel to Europe to fight. As soon as war was declared, attacks on civil liberties, both unofficial and official, erupted. Why did many companies have high earnings during WWI?-. How did the United States raise an army for the war? What was the purpose of the Committee of Public Information?-, -Was the nation's first propaganda agency, What types of civil rights violations occurred during WWI and immigrants and people of German descent?-. a biased communication designed to influence people's thoughts and actions.
Before the war had begun, women and Blacks had little job opportunities. "liberty measles"; "Salisbury steak" or "Liberty sandwich"; "Liberty cabbage"; "Liberty pups". laws that effect harsh punishments against anyone who opposed participation in the war, movement of over 300,000 African American from the rural south into Northern cities between 1914 and 1920. This made many American's sympathize with the Allies, Law passed by Congress in 1917 that required all men from ages 21 to 30 to register for the military draft, A heavy guard of destroyers that escorts merchant ships back and forth across the Atlantic in groups, American force of 14,500 that landed in France in June 1917 under the command of General John Pershing. Make Generalizations. They lived in such cramped living space and it allowed contagious illnesses to spread rapidly. What did Americans change the name of German measles? Which of the following was a result of the Selective Service Act? African Americans migrated to the north and had much more job opportunities since everyone else was fighting in the war. Encouraged companies to use mass-production techniques to increase efficiency, also urged them to eliminate waste by standardizing products. Russia and Germany lost territory, Austria and Hungary became two separate countries, and Romania gained territory. Others considered the treaty a sell-out to imperialism because it simply exchanged one set of colonial rulers for another. First, the government exempted many shipyard workers form the draft and gave others a "deferred" classification, delaying their participation in the draft. They invaded the country using the Schlieffen Plan, fighting against Russia and France. Germany ignored Treaty when it was handed to them. Why might Ismail have become so intolerant of the Sunni Muslims? Of the following, the most compelling reason for the United States to enter the war was. How did the government raise money for the war effort? What did people adopted too to conserve fuel? The policy that kept the United States out of the war for three years was called. It limited/prevented Germany from maintaining an army.
This term describes a person who opposes warfare on moral grounds. Who believed that victims of racism should not support a racist government? Some ethnic groups objected to the treaty because the new national boundaries it established did not satisfy their particular demands for self determination. The main targets of these attacks were Americans who had emigrated from other nation, especially those from Germany and Austria-Hungary. The Civil War caused the nation to lose thousands of contributers to society and the ecnonomy, such as laborers and family members.
Also, the Central Powers threatened democracies worldwide, and the United States should have realized that. Which of Italys advantages was most important?
Why do you think Germany escalated its U-boat attacks in 1917?
Cite references. The Espionage and Sedition Acts(1917 and 1918)allowed a citizen to be fined or imprisoned for speaking out against the government or the war effort. what do the ovaries and testes glands do? People finally treated Women equally to men and gave them the same jobs as men had before the war. Germany freaked out about the treaty of Versailles because it meant they could not use weapons. Do you believe it was necessary and/or fair for the government to do this during wartime? Hamburger? It stated that freedom of the seas should be maintained for all. This contained a suggestion of an alliance between Mexico and Germany that deeply angered the American people. Some changes in national boundaries from before and after the war include great changes in eastern Europe and the middle east. How did the US government pay for the war? What was the purpose of the Espionage and Sedition Acts passed by Congress in 1917 and 1918? what is blocking the binding sites for myosin on actin when the muscle is relaxed? Describe some ways in which World War I threatened the lives of civilians on both sides of the Atlantic. what were the two major tasks it faced? Since all the people have to leave straight from the war. European civilians died in greater numbers and in greater proportions than had been the case in other wars. While the men were at war the women had to do their own jobs and do all the men 's job while they were at war. What methods did the U.S. government use to sell the war to the nation? How did World War affect the role of the federal government? a devotion to the interests and culture of one's nation, policy of building up strong armed forces to prepare for war, Great Britain, France, Russia, and other nations who fought on the United States' side. Who was the emperor that moved the capital of the Roman Empire to Byzantium? the outrage of American citizens over German submarine warfare. He helped the anti-German movement as well as inspired patriotism in America during the war. Lastly, they had to accept responsibility for WWI. In what ways did WWI represent a frightening new kind of warfare? 128 Americans died. Where did the assassination that triggered World War I occur? Create a Venn diagram to show the similarities and differences between Jose Marti of Cuba and Emilio Aquinaldo of the Philippines. Who was the head of the Committee on Public Information (CPI), and persuaded the nation's artists and advertising agencies to create thousands of paintings, posters, cartoons, and sculptures promoting the war? The planes had new and improved machine guns on them and were also used to carry bombs. Eugene Debs spoke out against War and went to jail. What happened to those who opposed the war in America?-. Why were spheres of influence established in China by Western industrial nations instead of colonies similar to those in Africa and India?
The federal government also worked to reconstruct the South and help aid its economy, as well as unite the states. The new countries included Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine and Transjordan.
In the end there was the Treaty of Versailles, yet America was unsatisfied with it. The 3 people wanted to punish Germany in different way. Why did white southerners who owned no slaves follow the lead of planters and support the institution of slavery? It was formed by leaders of the "Big Four" without any input from leaders of the smaller Allied powers or of the defeated nations. Later on, the first battle occurred, it lasted months and were about 1.2 million casualties. The war might have involved only two nations, Austria-Hungary and Serbia, if not for. How did wartime conditions help spread the flu? Also explain whether you think these changes would have happened if the United States had not entered World War I. The government raised about one-third of the money through taxes, including a progressive income tax. What effect did the war have on the lives of recent immigrants? What were Lewis's jobs before the expedition? They were tar an feathered. The Espionage and Sedition Acts impacted freedom of speech by limiting the right of freedom of speech. The main reason why America's ties with the Allies were stronger than the ties with the Central Powers was because of economic reasons. Students may argue that these changes would have happened eventually, but that the war made them happen more rapidly. What effect did the war have on women's lives? Possibly spread around the world by soldiers, the epidemic killed about 500,000 Americans. Allied pilot won the most victories. Biased communication designed to affect thoughts. Because militarism had been a major cause of the war, the framers of the Treaty of Versailles. He did in fact want a punishment for Germany but still want Germany strong enough so they could trade with each other. Look at the maps of Europe before and after World War I (page 606). What did Congress give President Wilson direct control of? He commanded the American Expeditionary Force (AEF). Causes of the Great Migration include racism in the South, poor farming conditions in the South, and new job opportunities in war industries in Northern cities. Include three ways. If you were traveling from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1835, which of these would have been the QUICKEST way to travel. How did Wilson's support for the League of Nations stand in the way of Senate support for the Treaty of Versailles? When the First World War was raging in Europe, the United States suffered from the effects of war. To sell the war to the nation, the government raised taxes. Milton Friedman argued that consumers are more likely to alter their behavior based on In 1914, this alliance consisted of France, Great Britain, and Russia. Use your notes on the Ming and Qing dynasties to write a paragraph comparing and contrasting their achievements. He was assassinated in Sarajevo in 1914. When the men were drafted off to war, women took over the jobs that the men did and they were paid for it too. neither the Fourteen Points or the Treaty of Versailles, Labor leaders were targeted by the Espionage and Sedition Acts because they. What was the Committee on Public Information? These effects were, however, positive for American society, even though there were riots of violence. Benefits of these actions include streamlining war production and removing obstacles to the war effort.
What is the force of gravity on a 500N woman standing on the surface of the Earth? What types of control did the government give Wilson in terms of the economy?-, a prosperous businessman and leader of WIB.
What was the Espionage and Sedition Acts? Explain why you agree or disagree with the decisions that were made. military operations in which the opposing forces attack and counterattack from systems of fortified ditches rather than on an open battlefield. Immigrants were attacked for there decent due to the war. In what ways was World War I different from earlier wars in which the United States had been involved? Which country was an ally of the United States during World War I? Impact California Social Studies World History, Culture, and Geography The Modern World, a devotion to the interests and culture of one's nation, in World War I, the group of nationsoriginally consisting of Great Britain, France, and Russia and later joined, He was the heir of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. Do you think that the war had a positive or a negative effect on American society? Do you think these laws were a good idea at the time? How did the war open opportunities for African Americans? This long-term cause of the war involved the development of the armed forces and their use as a tool of diplomacy. What was one reason that there were food shortages in the South during the Civil War? They also took away territory from Germany and Russian and wouldn't listen to the public about self-determination. The major effects of the treat was the new countries. In the fall of 1918, the United States suffered a home-front crisis, that was? they violated people's freedom of Speech. Better quality of life and less racism in North. Why do you think the flu spread so quickly among the troops? People were not willing to work in terrible conditions. What reason did Senators give for opposing U.S. membership in the League of Nations? Who rejected Wilson's "Fourteen Points" peace plan? They controlled much of the national economy. They lived in such cramped living spaces and it allowed contagious illnesses to spread rapidly. Germany was not invited. The war involved new and more deadly weapons, such as submarines, the machine gun, poison gas, tanks, and airplanes. The League of Nations was to keep peace and solve conflict without going to war, the Treaty of Versailles was unfair. What attracted African Americans to the North during World War I? During the war, women took many jobs traditionally held by men, such as railroad workers, dockworkers, bricklayers, coal miners, and shipbuilders. Predict Germany's reaction to the Treaty of Versailles. Which of the choices correctly describes each of their views? How did the war affect women's roles in America?-. Students may argue that a government needs to have the authority to take extreme actions during wartime in order for the effort to be successful. He delivered his now famous Fourteen Points speech before Congress. Engaged in 134 air battles and downed 26 enemy aircraft. Raising money and convincing the public to support the war. A British passenger ship that was sunk by a German U-Boat on May 7, 1915. In March 1918, what did the Fuel Administration introduced to conserve, which had first been proposed by Benjamin Franklin in the 1770s as a way to take advantage of the longer days of summer? If victors demand the impossible, they won't get it. How did the German U-boat campaign affect U.S. public opinion? "Work or Fight". How did the Civil War affect the federal government's power? The Italian prime minister who wanted control of Austrian-held territory. They eventually forced 2 German representatives to sign it. In the North, there were more job opportunities. Improved factory conditions, pushed for an 8 hour workday, promoted safety inspections, and enforced the child labor ban. Also, African Americans were gaining jobs that men had left behind to go fight in the war. These people opposed World War I because they perceived all wars as evil. People were not willing to work in terrible conditions. What were the major developments in transportation between 1800 and 1860. The Allies purchased large amounts of weapons and war goods from the United States. How might a greater interest in the military have helped preserve the Abbasids' empire. Wilson didn't want to blame Germany for War and instead wanted to follow through n League if Naton and the 14 Points. They practiced different things for 17 hours a day. The war contributed to the Great Migration, the movement of many African Americans from the South to the North. The purpose of the acts was to stifle dissent during the war and/or to protect the United States from disagreements that might weaken the war effort. Germans fell victim in even larger numbers than the Allies. Fourteen Points and the Treaty of Versailles, American supporters of entry into the war could claim their country was fighting a moral war because. Once the government had extended its control over the economy. it all leads to the policy of appeasement. 1/3 of the money raised for the war effort was through taxes. New countries were made such as Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Syria, Iraq, and Transjordan. Second of all, propaganda was spread in the United States saying that Germany was the "bully of Europe". The U.S. raised an army for the war by having the Selective Service Act which required men 21 to 30 years to be registered with the government in order to be randomly selected for military service.
The need for greater production during wartime and the fact that many men were in the military created more opportunities for women. What lasting effects did the war have for African Americans and for women?
These acts stated that if anyone talks disloyal about the war they would have 10 years in prison and a huge fine.