World History CST Review Part III. olonie. ationalis. Prior to WW1 (1914-1918), European countries competed for c____ s, a drive for empire driven by n______ m and the desire to obtain raw materials.
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World History CST ReviewPart III
Prior to WW1 (1914-1918), European countries competed forc____ s, a drive for empire driven by n______ m and the desire to obtain raw materials.
causes of WW1(1914-1918). WWI was a total war where all efforts of the citizenry were put forth to win the war (this included rationing and factory work to produce weapons for the war).
Nationalism, rival alliances, imperialism, and militarism were all...
Prior to WW1(1914-1918), both ________ and ______ _______ were competing to each have the greatest ___ . This is an example of…
The relationship is that the shooting of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
is the spark that starts WW1(1914-1918).
Discuss the relationship between these two images.
The sinking of the ________on May 7, 1915, angered _________, and changed p___c opinion about the U.S. entering WW1(1914-1918).
The ________ Plan was designed to keep________ from fighting a ___-front war (it was a failure and resulted in trench warfare on the _______ _____).
huge loss of life.
Trench warfare on the Western Front resulted in a s_____ e (where neither side could defeat the other, a tie)between the Central and Allied Powers. Poison gas was outlawed in 1925.
Modern weapons in WW1(1914-1918) resulted in…
The U.S. entered WW1(1914-1918) due to Germany's use of unrestricted submarine warfare. Prior to this, the U.S. had attempted to remain neutral and followed a policy of isolationism (for WW2 also).
In regards to WW1(1914-1918), how are these three imagesrelated?
The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, as negotiated between Germany and _____, resulted in Russia losing t_____y. This treaty ends the fighting between Germany and Russia in…
In the Treaty of Versailles (1919), Germany was blamed (Article 231) for starting WW1(1914-1918) and was forced to pay 33 billion in reparations. The countries of Britain and France wanted to punish Germany for starting WW1(1914-1918).
How are these images related?
New n____s are formed as result of the Treaty of ________.The people of these new______, as suggested by Wilson in his ___Points, should follow the principle of self-___________ (the people decide what type of government they wish to live under).
W_____w W____, wrote the ___Points, which was a plan for world peace following WW1 (1914-1918). In Point #___, W____ sought the creation of a _______of Nations (but this was _______ by the U.S. Senate). The League of Nations was adopted at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919.
During the _______ Revolution, Lenin promised to end Russia's involvement in WW1. During the first years of Lenin's Communist rule, a ____ war occurred between the ____ (Communists) and the ______ (monarchists). Victory would go to the _____. The United States, France, and Great Britain supported…
The _________state created by Lenin was characterized by the use of G___s (slave labor camps) and secret police (the C__a). The _______k Revolution, turns Russia into a C______t nation( USSR), with the goal of creating a _______ society based on the ideas of Marx.
the Nazi ideology included racist policies toward those considered “inferior.”
Following WW1(1914-1918), Italy, Germany, and the Soviet Union...saw the rise of totalitarian regimes .These regimes offered ____and _______following WWI(1914-1918). Hitler’s regime differed from Mussolin’s and Stalin’s, in that…
non-intervention that the British followed when dealing with Adolf Hitler. At the Munich Conference in 1938, Neville Chamberlain met with Hitler and allowed him to take the Sudetenland (Hitler stated that he would make no more demand for territory). Neville Chamberlain stated that he had achieved “peace for our time.”
Appeasement was the policy of...
From December 1937 to March 1938, _________ soldiers invaded _____, killing 350,000 _______and raping over 80,000 women. This atrocity is known as theRape of _______.
December 7, 1941 when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.
The U.S., prior to the start of WW2 (1939-1945), followed the policy of i_______m, a policy which ended on...
the major Allied Powers of WW2(1939-1945). The Russians
suffered the greatest loss of life (16 million civilians killed and 9 million military dead), with 26 million dead as a result of WW2 (1939-1945).
These three flags represent...
Hitler used Germany's defeat in WW1(1914-1918)
and the Treaty of Versailles (1919) to elevate
German feelings of... It can be argued
that the Treaty of Versailles was a g_t to the…
____ P__ y and the principle cause of Germany
In WW2 (1939-1945), the _____Powers were ____,________, and ______. Hitler started WW2 (1939-1945) with the Nazi invasion of __________.
The first image is of the Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact (1939), where Hitler and Stalin agree to split up Poland and to not go to war with each other prior to the outbreak of WW2(1939-1945). Hitler could now invade Poland without worrying about the Soviet Union interfering.
Describe the relationship between the two images.