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World War I

World War I

World War I. What caused it? How was it fought? What were the results? What was the impact on the home front?. I. European Origins. Hopes for a world order of peace and progress by 1914 Competitive Nationalism Entangling Alliances A Growing Arms Race General Mobilization Theory

By brook
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The Progressive Era

The Progressive Era

The Progressive Era. Lecture 1 Groups Representing Workers. Administrative. Exam Reminder Next quiz Feb 27 Mid-term March 19 Reading for Next Time Also have look at web pages on the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and on the IWW Essay Reminder – March 12. Review.

By coralia
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Mobilizing for War Lesson 23-4

Mobilizing for War Lesson 23-4

Mobilizing for War Lesson 23-4. The Main Idea The outbreak of World War II spurred the mobilization of American military and industrial might. Reading Focus How did the U.S. armed forces mobilize to fight World War II?

By presley
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Chapter 23

Chapter 23

Chapter 23. War and Society 1914-1920. Web. Europe’s Descent into War. Precipitating factor was assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, June 1914 by Princip in Sarajevo Continental alliance system transformed into reason for war Triple Alliance: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy

By cain
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Mobilizing the Home Front

Mobilizing the Home Front

Mobilizing the Home Front. After Pearl Harbor, Americans from all backgrounds committed themselves to mobilizing for war and to the defense of what President Roosevelt called the Four Freedoms. Building National Morale.

By arabela
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Mobilizing for World War II

Mobilizing for World War II

Mobilizing for World War II. America Goes to War (again). Mobilizing the Economy. The War Production Board Offered fixed, generous profits for war contracts Helped finance conversion to war production and new factories, shipyards, etc. $175,000,000,000 in war contracts

By matty
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Americans join the war effort

Americans join the war effort

MOBILIZATION ON THE HOMEFRONT. Americans join the war effort. 5 million volunteers. Soldiers. Selective Service Act added 5 million more. G.I. – “Government Issue” - first applied to uniforms, weapons, equipment; to the soldiers. WAVE Radio Operator John Falter. Women.

By plato
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Chapter 23

Chapter 23

Chapter 23. War and Society 1914–1920. How and why did World War I began? Evaluate and discuss President Wilson’s decision to enter the war in 1917. Why World War I was considered a “total war”. How he war affected economic affairs and social relationships in America?

By elsa
(140 views)

World War II 1941-1945

World War II 1941-1945

That means 2. World War II 1941-1945. Chapter 25. Why War?.

By geraldine
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Chapter 30: The War to End all Wars, 1917-1918

Chapter 30: The War to End all Wars, 1917-1918

Chapter 30: The War to End all Wars, 1917-1918. Germany Starts the War. By January 22, 1917, Woodrow Wilson still wanted the U.S. to avoid war. He gave a speech and called for “peace without victory” (defeating Germany without embarrassing them).

By miron
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WWII: Effects on American Life

WWII: Effects on American Life

WWII: Effects on American Life. Scope of Mobilization. # of people who registered for the draft = 31 million # of people who served in the armed forces = 15 million. Mobilization for black Americans. Approx. 700,000 black Americans served, in all branches, in segregated units

By lemuel
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Standard 6 EOC Review

Standard 6 EOC Review

Standard 6 EOC Review. 1. Imperialism is a policy where A. Weaker countries exert their economic, political, and military control over stronger countries. B. Stronger countries exert their economic, political, and military control over weaker countries.

By xanto
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The Great Patriotic War

The Great Patriotic War

The Great Patriotic War. After reviewing the events of imperialism, do you think that WWI was an inevitability? Explain. Europe on the Eve of War. Rising Standard of Living Role of Technology Longevity and Medical Advancements Rise of Constitutionalism Nationalistic Forces

By varvara
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COS Standard 4

COS Standard 4

COS Standard 4. Describe causes, events and the impact of military involvement of the US in WWI, including mobilization and economic and political changes. Causes. In the 1860s, Prussia began a series of wars to unite the German states.

By edie
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WORLD WAR I “The War to End War” 1917 - 1918

WORLD WAR I “The War to End War” 1917 - 1918

WORLD WAR I “The War to End War” 1917 - 1918. LONG-TERM CAUSES OF THE WORLD WAR I. Nationalism. Militarism. Imperialism. Alliances. Woodrow Wilson’s Diplomacy President Wilson opposed imperialism; believed democracy was necessary to keep the

By aimee
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World War I

World War I

World War I. Life on the Home Front. Female Work Force. War opens up new jobs for women After wars end, however, women were laid off Most of these women were happy to have had jobs and contribute to the war effort in some way. Mobilizing for War. WWI will cost US nearly $35.5 billion.

By raheem
(139 views)

WORLD WAR I “The War to End War” 1917 - 1918

WORLD WAR I “The War to End War” 1917 - 1918

WORLD WAR I “The War to End War” 1917 - 1918. LONG-TERM CAUSES OF THE WORLD WAR I. Nationalism. Militarism. Imperialism. Alliances. Woodrow Wilson’s Diplomacy President Wilson opposed imperialism; believed democracy was necessary to keep the

By nicki
(73 views)

America in World War II

America in World War II

America in World War II. Chp. 13-14. German Forces Turn to the West. On September 3, 1939, Great Britain and France declared war on Germany. They became known as the Allies.

By apollo
(126 views)

WWI - The War to End War (1917-1918)

WWI - The War to End War (1917-1918)

WWI - The War to End War (1917-1918). Chapter 30 – Part I Notes. Woodrow Wilson’s War Message, April 2, 1917.

By chessa
(130 views)

Chapter 25

Chapter 25

Chapter 25. WWII. Nationalism and the Good Neighbor Policy. “No state has the right to intervene in the internal or external affairs of another.” U.S. withdraws troops from Haiti and the Dominican Renounce the Platt Amendment Reduce role in Panamanian affairs

By monita
(113 views)

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