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Bellringer. Download today’s notes: Propaganda Notes Answer the following questions: 1. Why did military leaders seek to expand the conflict at the beginning of the war? 2. Why did the Germans resort to unrestricted submarine warfare? 3. Why did the U.S. finally enter the war?

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bellringer
Bellringer
  • Download today’s notes: Propaganda Notes
  • Answer the following questions:
    • 1. Why did military leaders seek to expand the conflict at the beginning of the war?
    • 2. Why did the Germans resort to unrestricted submarine warfare?
    • 3. Why did the U.S. finally enter the war?
    • 4. What was the affect of total war on ordinary citizens?
    • 5. Why did governments use propaganda during WWI?
1 buying bonds
1. Buying Bonds

Encouraged public financial support for the war

2 saving conserving food
2. Saving/Conserving Food

Civilians were encouraged to ration and not waste their food. They were also encouraged to grow “victory gardens.”

3 joining the army
3. Joining the Army

Young men were encouraged to join enlist in the army

4 demonizing the enemy
4. Demonizing the Enemy

Countries painted the enemy as evil

5 women and the war effort
5. Women and theWar Effort

Women were encouraged to join the war effort by taking on jobs traditionally performed by men, such as factory and farm work

homework
Homework!

Quiz tomorrow over all WWI notes!!

Project due one week from today! (Tuesday, April 8th) 10 points off each day late

Test next Wednesday! (April 9th)