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Another EMMA GOLL, EMILY HERD, & JESS MCDONNELL Presentation
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FinalJeopardy Round 1 Round 2 Mr. K Mrs. Mandes Mr. Bucher
Things You Fire War on the Water Hot, Hot Hot Up in the Sky Over There Over Here Round 2 Final Jeopardy $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 Scores $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500
$100 This prevented Germany from receiving imports of food and fertilizer, eventually sending Germany into a famine in 1917.
$100 What is the British Blockade? Scores
$200 This was the German response to the British Blockade, declaring that any Allied or British ship would be sunk in the waters around Britain.
$200 What is the German War Zone? Scores
$300 The sinking of this boat helped to push American public opinion against Germany.
$300 What is the Lusitania Scores
$400 This country was most famous for using unrestricted submarines warfare.
$400 What is Germany? Scores
$500 This system allowed the Navy to lay mines across the North Sea to keep U-boats out of the Atlantic.
$500 What are the Convoy Systems? Scores
$100 Because of its combustibility, this weapon could be very deadly for the person carrying it.
$100 What is the flamethrower? Scores
$200 This type of aircraft was filled with flammable gas.
$200 What is a Zeppelin? Scores
$300 Torpedoes were “fired” at this unarmed French passenger steamer, killing 80 passengers, including Americans.
$300 What is the Sussex? Scores
$400 In this document, Germany agrees it would not “fire” at any passenger ships and would only sink merchant ships with warning.
$400 What is the Sussex pledge. Scores
$500 Germany resumes this, by “firing” torpedoes at any ship, military or civilian, in British waters.
$500 What is unrestricted submarine warfare? Scores
$100 His death was the spark that ignited the “Powder keg of Europe.”
$100 Who was The Archduke Ferdinand? Scores
$200 This occurrence in Russia was one of the factors in Wilson declaring war.
$200 What is the Russian Revolution? Scores
$300 A complex network of man-made defenses, often dug out of the ground.
$300 What is the trench system? Scores
$400 This telegram pushed the U.S. further to war, as it proposed alliances with Germany and other countries.
$400 What is the Zimmerman Telegram? Scores
$500 This action by one Allied power made Germany and many Americans hot because it led to famine in Germany.
$500 What is the British Blockade? Scores
$100 What new invention allowed men to shoot from the air, though there were difficulties with the first models?
$100 What is the airplane? Scores
$200 This telegram sent from Germany to Mexico suggested they become allies.
$200 What is the Zimmerman Note? Scores
$300 He was America’s flying ace of World War I.
$300 Who was Eddie Rickenbacker? Scores
$400 This devotion to the interests and culture of one’s nations led people to fly their flags high in the air.
$400 What is nationalism? Scores
$500 Getting caught in this place between enemy trenches will result in a person being blown sky high.
$500 What is “no man’s land?” Scores
$100 This is the name given to American forces serving “Over There.”
$100 What is the American Expeditionary Force? Scores
$200 To get the required soldier for victory, this was instituted to supplement the volunteer soldiers.
$200 What is the Selective Service Act? Scores