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Final Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Cause/ Effects of WWI

WWI Battles

Alliances

Leaders

Potpouri

$100

$100

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$200

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$300

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$300

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$400

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Q:After WWI, the U.S.A. entered a period of?

$100 Causes/ Effects of WWI


R: Isolationism

$100 Causes/ Effects of WWI


Q: Which country had to assume war guilt for WWI, lost territory, and had to pay reparations?

$200 Causes/ Effects of WWI


R:Germany

$200 Causes/ Effects of WWI


Q: What effect did the war have on Russia?

$300 Causes/ Effects of WWI


R: Had a revolution (turned Communist)

$300 Causes/ Effects of WWI


Q:Which country came to the defense of Serbia because they were considered to be the Big Brother of the Slavic people?

$400 Causes/ Effects of WWI


R:Russia

$400 Causes/ Effects of WWI


Q: What were the four causes of WWI?

$500 Causes/ Effects of WWI


R:

$500 Causes/ Effects of WWI

  • Imperialism

  • Nationalism

  • Militarism

  • Alliance System


Q:

$100 WWI Battles

What was the name of the first major battle of the war, whose significance is that the Schlieffen Plan didn’t work?


R:Marne

$100 WWI Battles


Q:

$200 WWI Battles

What was the longest and deadliest battle of the war and of all time to that point?


R:

$200 WWI Battles

Verdun


Q:

$300 WWI Battles

At what battle did the Americans join in with the Allies to stop the advance of the Germans?


R:

$300 WWI Battles

2nd battle of the Marne


Q:

$400 WWI Battles

In the battle of control of the seas, what was the British strategy and what was the German strategy?


R:Great Britain – naval blockade of Germany

Germany – blockade backed by unrestricted submarine warfare

$400 WWI Battles


Q:

$500 WWI Battles

Where was the battle of Gallipoli fought?


R:

$500 WWI Battles

The Ottoman Empire


Q:

$100 Alliances

What were the two alliances before WWI?


R:

$100 Alliances

Triple Alliance and Triple Entente


Q:

$200 Alliances

Which country was a member of the Triple Alliance but dropped out and later joined the Allies?


R:

$200 Alliances

Italy


Q:

$300 Alliances

The Triple Alliance became known as what?


R:

$300 Alliances

Central Powers


Q:

$400 Alliances

Which country dropped out of the Allies and which country joined the Allies during the war?


R:Russia dropped out; U.S.A. (Italy) joined

$400 Alliances


Q:

$500 Alliances

Which member of the Triple Entente joined with the Allies after Germany invaded neutral Belgium?


R:Great Britain

$500 Alliances


Q:

$100 Leaders

Who was the American President during WWI?


R:

$100 Leaders

Woodrow Wilson


Q:

$200 Leaders

Whose assassination “lit the fuse” which led to WWI?


R:

$200 Leaders

Archduke Franz Ferdinand


Q:

$300 Leaders

Clemenceau, the leader of France, wanted to punish who at the treaty of Versailles?


R:

$300 Leaders

Germany


Q:

$400 Leaders

What were the leaders of the major Allied countries called at the Versailles Conference?


R:The Big Four

$400 Leaders


Q:

$500 Leaders

Who was the German leader that fired Von Bismark, built up the German military and abdicated at the end of WWI?


R:

$500 Leaders

Kaiser Wilhelm II


Q:

$100 Potpourri

Wilson’s plan for peace after WWI was called?


R:14 Points

$100 Potpourri


Q:Which two countries were not invited to take part in the Paris Peace Conference (Treaty of Versailles)?

$200 Potpourri

?


R:

$200 Potpourri

Germany and Russia


Q:

$300 Potpourri

The American Expeditionary Force, led by Pershing, fought with the Allies but insisted on what?


R:That they have their own commander and fought independent of the other Allies

$300 Potpourri


Q:

$400 Potpourri

What was the main reason for American entrance into WWI?


$400 Potpourri Unrestrictedsubmarine warfare


Q:Which group rejected the entire Versailles Treaty because of the idea of a League of Nations?

$500 Potpourri

?


A:The U.S. Senate

$500 Potpourri


What was signed on November 11, 1918?

Final Jeopardy Question


Final Jeopardy Response

An Armistice


How Much?

Daily Double


Daily Double

Taft mainly dealt with the economic aspects of Imperialism which included encouraging and protecting American investments. This was called what?


Dollar Diplomacy

Daily Double

Daily Double Réponse


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$400 Para estar en forma Question

To change Daily Double:

(1) Link Para estar en forma, $400 question to correct question page

(2) Select new daily double location, edit link to daily double slide.

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