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The Great War-The Homefront

The Great War-The Homefront

The Great War-The Homefront . Industrial Mobilization Organized Labor Propaganda Espionage and Sedition Acts Wartime Reform. War Administration. War Industries Board Fuel Administration War Trade Board Shipping Board US Railroad Administration Food Administration.

By enid
(155 views)

Review US Foreign Policy Trends prior to World War I

Review US Foreign Policy Trends prior to World War I

Review US Foreign Policy Trends prior to World War I. The US & World War I Be ready to answer the question on your slide in mentioning terms listed. Group #1: US Entry to WWI Read pp. 398-401 in Green Text What factors caused the U.S to abandon neutrality and enter the “Great War”?

By hallie
(88 views)

World War I

World War I

World War I. The War on the Home Front. The U.S. Enters the War. WWI began in Europe in July of 1914 – the U.S. did not enter the war until April 6, 1917 The German U-boat response to the British blockade, angered the U.S. Government and many U.S. citizens

By tomai
(99 views)

World War I: The War At Home

World War I: The War At Home

World War I: The War At Home. 1914-1920. Mobilizing the Nation. Wilson mobilized the U.S. P rograms to finance the war, conserve scarce resources, & redirect industry & labor Propaganda for support & intolerance of antiwar. Directing the Economy. E conomy had to reorganized

By lotta
(93 views)

The Homefront

The Homefront

The Homefront. Supporting the War Effort. Creating War Economy. War Revenue Act (1917) – raised taxes to increase revenue to spend on the war Taxes as high as 77% for some Increased revenue by nearly 400% Government also borrowed money

By clea
(140 views)

The Home Front

The Home Front

The Home Front. m obilizing a nation. This was America’s first major modern war after being isolationists for so long. We were not ready for a major war, so Wilson created organizations to organize the economy, workforce, and the military. “Mobilize not an army, but a nation.”.

By colby
(86 views)

Causes of WWI

Causes of WWI

Causes of WWI. Militarism Alliances Nationalism Imperialism Assassination. Gavrilo Princip assassinates Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria Hungary. Alliances. The Allies: Russia France Serbia Great Britain United States of America. Central Powers: Germany Austria-Hungary

By clark
(134 views)

Homefront during WWI

Homefront during WWI

Homefront during WWI. Council for National Defense allocate scarce resources, untangle railway transportation snarls, coordinate manufacturing, agriculture, fuel production and transportation. The War Industries Board power over the economy

By niran
(90 views)

The War Effort at Home

The War Effort at Home

The War Effort at Home. Mobilization. A. Mobilizing the Economy. -U.S. Gov. needed to raise large amount of money for the war effort 1. Liberty Bonds & Victory Bonds -$20 billion was raised, Wilson used propaganda to convince Americans to loan the gov. money 2. Tax increase.

By mandy
(68 views)

Transportation

Transportation

Transportation. Jim Foley Director . Thank You. For supporting school bus replacement!. Programs and Services. Home to school transportation Special needs transportation Athletic trips, field trips Maintenance for education and government vehicles Planning and analysis Training

By adlai
(95 views)

Chapter 21 – World War I

Chapter 21 – World War I

Chapter 21 – World War I. Section 1 – World War I Breaks Out. Causes of the War MANIA M = Militarism Glorification of military strength A = Alliances Agreement between countries to work together for the benefit of each country N = Nationalism

By sabin
(104 views)

Home-front During WWI

Home-front During WWI

Home-front During WWI. Selective Services Act. Introduced Draft / Conscription: by lottery Men aged 21-30, later 18-45 2m drafted, 2m volunteers Segregation of Armed Forces continued…until the Korean War AEF: American Expeditionary Forces - John J. Pershing – name given to our forces in WW1.

By spiro
(70 views)

PROPAGANDA

PROPAGANDA

PROPAGANDA. Communication that aims to influence opinions or beliefs. The government needs to convince people that Germans are evil and that sacrifices must be made to stop them!. American Use of Propaganda. Committee on Public Information. Created to “Sell” the war to Americans

By armen
(167 views)

Tips Or Guideline Fuel Theft With Efficient Fuel Monitoring Systems

Tips Or Guideline Fuel Theft With Efficient Fuel Monitoring Systems

Whether utilizing the private autos or for the vehicle business, it has gotten to be beside incomprehensible for us to stop the robbery. There are two sorts of robbery. One is from the cheat that takes the from the stopped vehicles and the second one is inside of the association where representatives or staff utilizes different strategies to take the fuel unnoticeably. \n

By ermtelematics
(161 views)

Home-front During WWI

Home-front During WWI

Home-front During WWI. Selective Services Act. Introduced Draft / Conscription: by lottery Men aged 21-30, later 18-45 2m drafted, 2m volunteers Segregation of Armed Forces continued…until the Korean War AEF: American Expeditionary Forces - John J. Pershing – name given to our forces in WW1.

By loisk
(1 views)


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