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World War I (The Great War)

World War I (The Great War)

World War I (The Great War). Art Lewandowski Fostoria High School. Four Long Term Causes. M ilitarism A lliances I mperialism N ationalism. Imperialism. Dominating countries politically and economically Closely linked to industry Need for raw materials and markets. Imperialism Cont.

By duante
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The Home Front

The Home Front

The Home Front.

By roosevelt
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Chapter 19 Section 4

Chapter 19 Section 4

Chapter 19 Section 4. Americans on the Home Front. Liberty Bonds. Special bonds to support the war effort They could later be redeemed for the original value of the bond plus interest Raised more than $20 billion. Price Controls. A system of pricing determined by the government

By damara
(139 views)

The Homefront World War I

The Homefront World War I

The Homefront World War I. World War I Casualties. War Mobilization. Enlistment. The Most Famous Recruitment Poster. 1917 – Selective Service Act. 24,000,000 men registered for the draft by the end of 1918. 4,800,000 men served in WW1 (2,000,000 saw active combat).

By cato
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The U.S. Homefront (Pt. 1)

The U.S. Homefront (Pt. 1)

The U.S. Homefront (Pt. 1). What was going on in the United States after the declaration of war?. Revving up the war effort. War Industries Board: an agency established during World War I to increase efficiency and discourage waste in war-related industries.

By delta
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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
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The War at Home

The War at Home

The War at Home. Some went to war…. …while others stayed home. What was the impact of WWI in America?. Propaganda War Industries Board Selective Service Act Espionage and Sedition Acts Conflict over freedom of speech and actions Great Migration. Propaganda.

By elita
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The Home Front

The Home Front

The Home Front. 19.2. Objectives. Analyze how the American government mobilized the public to support the war effort. Describe opposition to the war Outline significant social changes that occurred during the war. Key Parts. America Mobilizes for War Opposition and Its Consequences

By faraji
(95 views)

What is Propaganda?

What is Propaganda?

What is Propaganda? . Propaganda is a specific type of message presentation aimed at serving an agenda. At its root, the denotation of propaganda is 'to propagate (actively spread) a philosophy or point of view'.

By leane
(114 views)

World War I -- America on the Homefront: "The Poster War"

World War I -- America on the Homefront: "The Poster War"

World War I -- America on the Homefront: "The Poster War". War Mobilization. 1. Enlistment. Uncle Sam—He the Man!. 1. Don’t Mess with the U. S. 2. “ Huns Kill Women and Children!”. 3. 1917 – Selective Service Act. Authorized a draft of young men into military service

By adonis
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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
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Mobilizing Industry (24.3)

Mobilizing Industry (24.3)

Mobilizing Industry (24.3). War Industries Board (Bernard Baruch): Govt. decides what is produced, set prices in areas like industry, agriculture, transportation, fuel Daylight savings time introduced Production and efficiency increased Food and Fuel Administration (Hoover)

By bud
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1914-1918 US ENTERS 1917

1914-1918 US ENTERS 1917

WORLD WAR ONE THE GREAT WAR THE WAR TO END ALL WARS. 1914-1918 US ENTERS 1917. IMPERIALISM —LAND, COLONIES, MARKETS MILITARISM - ARMS BUILDUP A. USE MILITARY THREAT , NOT MEDIATION NATIONALISM- NATION COMES FIRST A. LEADS TO SELFISH INTERESTS RATHER THAN COOPERATION. ISMS OF WW1.

By alice
(133 views)

Unit 6 Review

Unit 6 Review

Unit 6 Review. World War 1. The draft was created by the. a. Victory Gardens b. National War Labor board c. Espionage & Sedition Act d. Selective Service Act. According to the Zimmermann telegram, if Mexico allied with Germany, Germany would

By temple
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The Failure of Versailles

The Failure of Versailles

The Failure of Versailles. The End of World War I. Focus Question. What is the best way to maintain peace between two people who have been fighting?. Mobilization. The U.S. mobilized swiftly Focused on industry to the war effort America as the arsenal of democracy

By pascha
(106 views)

War Industries Board

War Industries Board

War Industries Board. Distribution of raw materials Price control Standard specifications  Efficiency Ex.  3 Shoe Colors Permitted. Food Administration. Herbert Hoover Modern Cultivation instruction Efficiency in meal prep “Food will win the war”. War Labor Board.

By ethel
(313 views)

World War I

World War I

World War I. Use your self produced outline to find the answers to these questions. Mexican guerilla leader who led raids into the United States. Pancho Villa. Mexican general who seized power from Madero and whom Wilson wished to overthrow. Victoriano Huerta .

By oprah
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World War I

World War I

World War I. The Americans, Chapter 11. CAUSES OF WWI. 1. Name the four causes of World War I. NATIONALISM -devotion to the interests and culture of one’s nation IMPERIALISM - extending economic and political control over weaker territories

By laksha
(114 views)

WWI and America

WWI and America

WWI and America. The Draft. 1917: Selective Service Act gave the president the power to draft men into military service The 100,000 volunteers the army had to start with wasn’t enough All men between the ages of 21 and 30 had to register for the draft

By laasya
(174 views)

War in Europe

War in Europe

War in Europe. US was neutral US split support Central Powers: German and Irish pop. Allied: British tradition; French in Amer. Rev Leaned more towards Allies Germ. = autocracy Attack on neutral Belgium Germ agents in US British propaganda. $ with Neutrality.

By zuzela
(66 views)

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