Exploring American History. Unit VII- The Beginning of Modern America Chapter 23 Section 3 Americans in World War I. Americans in World War I. The Big Idea American troops helped the Allies achieve victory in World War I. Main Ideas
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Unit VII- The Beginning of Modern America
Chapter 23 Section 3
Americans in World War I
Revolution in Russia
Recall- What were U.S. Troops known as?
Explain – What condition led to the Russian pullout?
Recall- Which side had an advantage after the Russian pullout?
Identify Cause and Effect – How did the Germans respond to the Russian pullout?
Recall- When did Greece join the Allied Powers?
Evaluate – Why do you suppose the Allied victories happened in the same geographic location?
Identify- What led to the death of German civilians near the end of the war?
Evaluate – Should the Kaiser have fled to the Netherlands? Explain.
Recall- What did the “Harlem Hellfighters” do that no other American force achieved?
Make Generalizations – What quality of the 369 Infantry caused France to award them the Croix de Guerre?