Choose the group of terms that fit together.
Franklin Roosevelt, Spanish-American War, Buffalo Soldiers, Army, Rugged individuals from American southeast
Teddy Roosevelt, Spanish-American War, Buffalo Soldiers, Navy, Rugged individuals from American northwest
Teddy Roosevelt, Spanish-American War, Rough Riders, Army, Rugged individuals from American southwest
Franklin Roosevelt, Spanish-American War, Rough Riders, Army, Rugged individuals from American northeast
The term YELLOW JOURNALISM refers to the
practice of selling newspapers by producing deep investigative stories.
practice of selling newspapers through sensational headlines and exaggerated stories.
practice of selling newspapers through exposing government corruption.
practice of selling newspapers through covering war by placing journalists with soldiers.
During the time period that included the Spanish American War, American foreign policy shifted FROM________________________ TO _____________________________.
Identify the causes of the Spanish-American War
Abuse of American citizens by Spanish government
Yellow journalism in Spain
The assassination of President William McKinley
Explosion of the USS Maine in Havana Harbor
US desire for more naval bases
Yellow journalism in the United States
Declining power of European empires
Abuse of Cuban citizens by Spanish government
President McKinley’s belief that all countries should be allowed to trade with China.
Big Stick Diplomacy
Open Door Policy
New China Policy
Territories gained by the US as a result of the Treaty of Paris included:
Philippines, Puerto Rico, Panama, and Cuba
Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Easter Island, and Cuba
Philippines, Puerto Rico, Wake Island, and Guam
Philippines, Puerto Rico, Panama, and Easter Island
Guerrilla rebels fought the US for three years for control of:
Choose the set of words that best describe “Big Stick” diplomacy.
Roosevelt, Army Power, intimidation to discourage war, Latin American empires
Taft, Naval Power, intimidation to discourage rebellion, Latin American leaders
Roosevelt, Naval Power, intimidation to discourage war, European Colonial Powers
McKinley, Army Power, intimidation to discourage trade, European Colonial Powers
Check that were obstacles to completing the Panama Canal
Lack of government support
The man responsible for purchasing Alaska from Russia
"It is my belief that we should stay out of the conflicts between European colonial powers". The term that best describes this statement is
Choose the ideas that were used to support the bigger idea of imperialism.
Choose from the list, countries that were part of the ALLIED POWERS during World War I.
Choose the countries that were part of the CENTRAL POWERS during World War I
Choose the group of terms that best fit together.
Zimmerman Telegram, Mexico, Southeast US, Great Britain
Sussex Pledge, Lusitania, U-Boats, Merchant Ships, Germany
Poison Gas, Machine Guns, Tanks, Rough Riders
Wilson, Stalin, Clemenceau, Leeuwenhoek , Orlando, "Big Five"
To increase the number of men in the military, the US passed what Act?
The Indentured Servitude Act
The Compulsory Service Act
The Military Service Act
The Selective Service Act
The Espionage and Sedition Acts led to people being arrested and put in jail for criticizing the US government.
The War Industries Board did which of the following
Established what goods were to be made.
They were in charge of protecting merchant ships.
Bought supplies from the European Powers.
Regulated the flow of raw materials.
Set the prices for raw materials and finished goods.
Rationed certain materials and goods.
Women during World War 1
Stayed at home and knit hats for soldiers.
Served in the military as pilots.
Replaced men in factory jobs.
Worked to create propaganda.
The Great Migration was
Women moving to factory work from office work.
African Americans moving from the South to the North.
French citizens moving to Great Britain.
Europeans moving to Canada.
____________________________ was an extension of the Monroe Doctrine, this stated that the U.S. would intervene in Latin American affairs in order to maintain stability in the Western Hemisphere.
Big Stick Policy
Wilson's 14 Points
Choose the phrase that best describes what a Liberty Bond was.
The way the US government raised money to build the Panama Canal.
A bond bought to support the building of schools for poor African American communities.
A loan made to the US government to support the building of Victory Gardens
Buying these meant you were loaning the government money for the war that would be paid back to you in the future.
Check all the ways people supported the war effort during World War 1, on the the home front.
Growing vegetables in Victory Gardens.
Buying Liberty Bonds.
Sending troops in Europe packages with guns and wool hats.
Rationing the certain foods they ate.
Taking part in the Red Migration.
Building bomb shelters.
Following yellow journalism newspapers
What term describes the use of posters, movies, speeches, and advertising to get people behind the war effort.
Pick any of the following phrases that apply to Wilson's 14 points
European power needed to take control of Africa.
People should have the right to choose what nation they belong to.
International businesses should not exist.
The European Union was formed.
The United Nations was formed.
Limits should be put on the number of weapons can own.
There should be a organization that works to resolve conflict and prevent future wars.
Germany should have to pay back all of the costs related to the war.
Freedom of the seas and trade should always exist even during war.
Select the group of terms that describe the causes of World War 1
Imperialism, Military Build up, Mutual Defense Agreements, Assassination of Kaiser Wilhelm, Nationalism
Isolationism, Military Build up, Mutual Defense Agreements, Assassination of Archduke Gavrilo Princip, Nationalism
Imperialism, Nationalism, Military Build up, Mutual Aggression Agreements, Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand Magellan
Imperialism, Nationalism, Military Build up, Mutual Defense Agreements, Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Choose the best option for describing where the Western Front (WF) and Eastern Front (EF) were located.
WF: Spain, France, Italy. EF: China, Korea, Japan
WF: Cuba, Puerto Rico, Panama. EF: Hawaii, Guam, Philippines
WF: France, Germany, Belgium EF: Russia, Germany, Austria-Hungary
WF: Russia, Germany, Austria-Hungary EF: France, Germany, Belgium
The treaty that ended World War I was
Treaty of Paris
Treaty of Verdun
Treaty of Versailles
Treaty of Serbia
Choose all of the way Germany was punished after World War 1
They were forced to send all of their food to the winning countries.
They had to pay for bread with wheelbarrows full of money.
They had lots of their territory taken away including their colonies.
They had to apologize to the world for starting the war .
They had to disarm their military.
They had to pay reparations to the French and British.
They were forced to claim full responsibility for the war.
Select the option that correctly identifies who the "Big Four" were and what their role was
Wilson, Clemenceau, Orlando, George; they wrote the charter for the European Union
Wilson, Clemenceau, Lenin, George; they worked to write the Treaty of Paris
Wilson, Clemenceau, Orlando, George; they worked to write the Treaty of Versailles
Wilson, Clemenceau, Lenin, George; they worked to write the Treaty of Versailles