Chapter 23. World War I. Section One. Powder keg in Europe. Nationalism. Nationalism is A feeling of intense loyalty to one’s country or group. Ethic Groups – people who shared a common language and traditions , felt that their traditions were better than other nations. Expansion.
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World War I
Powder keg in Europe
America’s Road to War
The crisis over submarine warfare allowed Congress to pass legislation that doubled the size of the army and build new warships. Germany said they would warn neutral ships before attacking from now on.
Wilson still wanted to stay out of the war.The Lusitania
Americans Join the Allies
The War at Home
Searching for Peace
The leaders of the largest 4 allied countries got together to discuss peace:
Woodrow Wilson of America, David Lloyd George of Britain, Georges Clemenceau of France, and Vittorio Orlando of Italy.The Peace Conference