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  1. US History EOC Review World War I

  2. What was a major reason the United States entered WW I? • Japanese occupation of Manchuria • Foreign troops had landed on American soil • Austro-Hungarian Empire had invaded Belgium • The Zimmerman Note

  3. 2) Where did most of WWI’s fighting take • place? • Eastern Front • Western Front • Northern Front • Southern Front

  4. 3) What Law made it ok to draft men into the United States Military? Espionage Act Sedition Act Selective Service Act Quartering Act

  5. 4) Which of the following was an immediate • cause of World War I? • The invasion of Poland • The sinking of the Maine • The assassination of the heir to the Austrian-Hungarian throne • Killing of the European Jews

  6. 5) Which of the following was true of African • Americans during World War I? • They were not allowed to serve in the war • They served alongside with the white soldiers • Regularly were awarded achievement metals • They were segregated and rarely allowed to engage in combat

  7. 6) What telegram revealed Germany’s • intention to ally itself with Mexico? • The Fourteen Points • The Zimmerman • The De Lome • The Sussex Pledge

  8. 7) Why did many senators oppose the Versailles Treaty? They didn’t want the United States to join the League of Nations They felt the treaty violated the Fourteen Points They wanted harsher terms for Germany They were afraid to disappoint Woodrow Wilson

  9. 8) Which of the following statement is not true? Britain introduced the armored vehicle to the battlefield Russia pulled out of WWI do to their own revolution Great Britain invades neutral Belgium America’s were called doughboys

  10. 9) Which of the following was a long term • result leading to WWI? • Nationalism • Militarism • Alliances • All of the above

  11. 10) What was a major reason the United • States entered WW I? • Japanese occupation of Manchuria • Foreign troops had landed on American soil • Austro-Hungarian Empire had invaded Belgium • Germany had resumed unrestricted submarine warfare

  12. 11) During World War I, many American • women helped gain support for the • suffrage movement by • protesting against the war • joining the military service • lobbying for child-care facilities • working in wartime industries

  13. 12) Following World War I, the United States Senate • refused to ratify the Treaty of Versailles primarily • because the treaty • failed to include most of President Wilson’s 14 Points • did not punish Germany for starting the war • contained provisions that might lead the US into foreign conflicts • made no provisions for reduction of military weapons

  14. 13) What was the effect of the “clear and • present danger” ruling established in • Schenckv. United States (1919)? • placing limits on constitutional freedoms • decreasing the president’s powers during wartime • limiting the hours women could work in industry • upholding the right of states to regulate child labor

  15. 14) The “clear and present danger” doctrine • established in Schenck v. United States • (1919) concerned the issue of • freedom of speech • the right to bear arms • the right to an attorney • separation of church and state

  16. 15) What was one effect of the Bolshevik • Revolution (October 1917) on the United • States? • Nativism increased, leading to the Red Scare • Federal courts banned anti-immigrant groups • Allied powers needed fewer United States troops • Immigration laws were changed to allow refugees from Russia

  17. 16) A major purpose of President Wilson’s • Fourteen Points (1918) was to • ask Congress to enter World War I • set goals for achieving peace after World War I • provide an aid program for rebuilding war-torn nations • retaliate for the sinking of the Lusitania

  18. 17) One goal for a lasting peace that President • Wilson included in his Fourteen Points was • establishing a League of Nations • maintaining a permanent military force in Europe • returning the United States to a policy of isolationism • blaming Germany for causing World War I

  19. 18) What does the term Propaganda refer to? The use of force to control a weaker nation. A strict code of journalistic ethics that prevents stories from being exaggerated. Biased communication designed to influence people’s thoughts. None of the above

  20. 19) Why wasn’t Wilson able to get America to • sign the Treaty of Versailles? • Wilson did not want to join the League of Nations • Wilson was against the Treaty of Versailles • Wilson became ill and had a stroke • Wilson wanted to use his 14 points instead

  21. 20) The Treaty of Versailles angered many • Germans after World War I because the • treaty • divided Germany into Communist and non-Communist zones • made Germany restore its emperor • required all German-speaking Europeans to return to Germany • forced Germany to pay large war reparations

  22. 21) What date ended the First World • war? • a) Nov. 11th, 1919b) Nov. 13th, 1919c) Nov. 11th ,1918d) Nov. 13, 1918

  23. 22) What country are the members of the • Black Hand Society from? • a) Swedenb) Serbiac) Germanyd) Czechoslovakia

  24. 23) What is a German U boat? • a) Submarineb) Navy Destroyerc) Ocean troop carrierd) U shaped rubber dingy

  25. 24) President Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points were intended to make the United States, Great Britain, and France into leading world powers redistribute Germany’s colonies among the Allied nations prevent international tensions from leading to war punish Germany for causing World War I

  26. 25) In stating the principle of a "clear and • present danger" in Schenck v. United • States, the Supreme Court established • that • constitutional rights are not absolute and can be denied • the Constitution guarantees the right to privacy • Congress can pass a law to eliminate any part of the Bill of Rights • all individual rights are eliminated during wartime

  27. 26) Many senators who opposed United • States membership in the League of • Nations argued that joining the League • would • involve the nation in future military conflicts • reduce freedom of the seas • end the country’s free-trade policy • endanger the nation’s military preparedness

  28. 27) During World War I, many American • women helped gain support for the • suffrage movement by • protesting against the war • joining the military service • lobbying for child-care facilities • working in wartime industries

  29. 28) The demand for German war reparations by the European Allies helps explain the failure of the peace because of Iraqi War World War II the Korean War the Vietnam War

  30. 29) Why did Russia leave the war? Russia refused to fight on the same side as the USA. An enormous breakdown of military machinery together with strikes at missile factories meant Russia was forced to full out Terrible losses combined with poor lines of supply led to two revolutions. The resultant Communist government took Russia out of the war All of the above

  31. 30) What rank was Adolf Hitler during the • first World war (in the Austrian Army)? • a) Generalb) Captainc) Field Marshalld) Corporal