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  1. APUSH Review Wars & U.S. Foreign Policy

  2. Great Britain eliminated French Competition for North America, but began its confrontation with its colonies. What war was this? French & Indian War

  3. Fought over the Maine/Canada border. What war was this? Aroostock War

  4. 15 Nations outlawed War in 1928. What Treaty was this? Kellogg-Briand Pact

  5. United States gained the land between the Appalachian Mountains & the Mississippi River. What war was this? American Revolution

  6. U.S. will speak softly but carry a big stick in Latin America. What foreign policy position is this? Roosevelt Corollary

  7. Andrew Jackson won the Battle of New Orleans. What war was this? War of 1812

  8. 18031846188118981903 When was the Spanish American War? 1898

  9. More Americans died of Spanish Influenza after this war than American soldiers during the War. What war was this? World War I

  10. Caused by Yellow Journalism sensationalizing the explosion the Maine. What war was this? Spanish American War

  11. England & U.S. pledged support for each other & the defense of democracy against Fascist Aggression in 1941. What Treaty was this? Atlantic Charter

  12. Ended in a ceasefire with no territorial gain or loss. No treaty was ever signed. What war was this? Korean War

  13. The heaviest American casualties occurred during its battles. What war was this? American Civil War

  14. Ended with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hildago. What war was this? Mexican War

  15. 1812-18151846-18481861-186518981917-1918 When was the Mexican War? 1846-1848

  16. After these two wars, Americans questioned U.S. involvement in World Affairs. What wars were these? WWI & Vietnam

  17. Mexican War Who was president? James K. Polk

  18. U.S. purchased Florida from Spain in 1819. What Treaty was this? Adams-Onis Treaty

  19. What amendments were passed because of the Civil War? 13, 14, 15th

  20. John Foster Dulles proposed this during Eisenhower’s presidency. What foreign policy position is this? Brinkmanship/Massive Retaliation

  21. Four empires were destroyed and new nations were created in Europe & the Middle East. What war was this? World War I

  22. 1917-19181941-19451950-19531965-19731980-1883 When was the Korean War? 1950-1953

  23. Fought during the Cold War. What wars were these? Korea & Vietnam

  24. Started and ended with major bombings. What war was this? World War II

  25. Western European Alliance with the U.S. to stop the spread of Communism. What Treaty was this? NATO

  26. The Largest Anti-war Protests in U.S. History. What war was this? Vietnam

  27. Louis Sullivan coined the term but James K. Polk followed it during his presidency. What foreign policy position is this? Manifest Destiny

  28. Fought over freedom of the seas and the impressment of Americans. What war was this? War of 1812

  29. 19541957196319651968 When was the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution passed? 1965

  30. Its turning point was the Battle of Saratoga. What war was this? American Revolution

  31. U.S. demanded the unconditional surrender of the Axis Powers. What war was this? World War II

  32. Europe stay out of the Americas. What position statement was this? Monroe Doctrine

  33. The U.S. became a World Power after this War. What war was this? Spanish American War

  34. George Kennan’s program to stop the spread of communism. What foreign policy position is this? Containment

  35. Started over the Texas boundary dispute. What war was this? Mexican War

  36. 17891803180818151823 When was the Louisiana Purchase? 1803

  37. This war was to make the world “safe for democracy” and was a “war to end all wars.” What war was this? World War I

  38. The enemy was defeated at Yorktown & a peace treaty was signed two years later. What war was this? American Revolution

  39. Washington’s attempt to settle U.S. problems with Great Britain over impressment and war debts in 1795. What Treaty was this? Jay Treaty

  40. The U.S. fleet was sent to Manilla Bay where it eliminated the enemy fleet. What war was this? Spanish American War

  41. Between 1918 and 1941, Americans opposed U.S. involvement in World Affairs. What foreign policy position is this? Isolationism

  42. Led to Pontiac’s Rebellion. What war was this? French & Indian War

  43. 1686-16911713-17221754-17631767-17001787-1791 When was the French & Indian War? 1754-1763

  44. The U.S. capital was burned. What war was this? War of 1812

  45. Nuclear Age began after it. What war was this? World War II

  46. Ended the American Revolution. What Treaty was this? Treaty of Paris, 1783

  47. Native American tribes in New England were wiped out. What war was this? Pequot War

  48. Nixon’s plan to lesson tensions between the U.S., Russia, and China. What foreign policy position is this? Detente

  49. Sioux were successful in stopping U.S. expansion into their territory after the Fetterman Massacre. What war was this? Red Cloud’s War

  50. 18151876188118901900 When is the symbolic end of the Indian Wars & the Frontier? 1890