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36: Crash course World History Video Notes World War I

The immediate cause of World War I was the assassination in Sarajevo of the Austrian Archduke______on June 28, 1914, by a Bosnian Serb nationalist named Gavrilo Princip; which led Austria to issue an_________to Serbia, whereupon Serbia accepted some but not all of Austria’s demands, leading Austria to declare war against Serbia. Franz Ferninand altermatum _____, […]

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World History Chapter 29: World War I

What were 3 causes of World War I? 1. rise of nationalism 2. rise of imperialism 3. rise of militarism What is nationalism? devotion to one’s nation What did European resources compete for? resources and land What did ethnic groups demand from larger countries? independence What is imperialism? competition for colonies while attempting to develop […]

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U.S. History Chapter 12 Test: World War I

What were 3 factors that led to the start of World War I? 1. rise of nationalism 2. rise of imperialism 3. rise of militarism What is nationalism? one’s devotion to one’s nation What is imperialism? competition for colonies while attempting to develop countries What is militarism? policy of glorifying military power What did European […]

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Civil War: IB History HOA Paper 3

Antebellum Before the war History of Slavery 95% of all slaves brought to Latin America (Brazil & Caribbean) Slavery Kept the South from… industrialization 5th amendment slaves were seen as property Cotton Gin Invented by Eli Whitney in 1793 Nat Turners Rebellion 1831 resulted in 56 deaths of white southerners and their families Sectionalism State […]

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Reflecting On World War I Terms

question How does the text structure of “Wilson’s War Message to Congress” help to support his message? answer Wilson presents both his opinions and facts to make a clear argument for war against Germany. question Which statement best summarizes “Wilson’s War Message to Congress”? answer Wilson presents Congress with a clear argument for war against […]

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IB History. The Move to Global War: Italian Expansion

question Mussolini answer Italian fascist dictator (1883-1945) question Abyssinia answer Ethiopia question Avanti answer Italian newspaper of the extreme left, (revolutionary socialism) whom the editor was Mussolini until 1915. (Lee 89) question Fascio di Combattimento answer name of Mussolini’s first local political party founded in 1919 in Milan, who failed to enter national government. (Lee […]

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World War I Word Search

question Lusitania answer British passenger ship that was torpedoed by a German submarine (May 7, 1915) killing 1,200 passengers, including 139 Americans. question Jannenberg answer Village in northeastern Poland.; Scene of a major Russian defeat by German forces (August 1914). question (Gavrilo) Princip answer Serbian nationalist who assassinated the archduke and archduchess of Austria (June […]

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History – Chapter 23.4 Checkup

question Name the generals who stopped German General Erwin Rommel and secured North Africa for the Allies answer 1. General Sir Bernard Montgomery 2. General Mark Clark question What was the third front suggested by Churchill for the Allied attack on Germany? answer A strike at Germany through Italy question What events led up to […]

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Causes Of World War I Test Questions

question This “____________” was the largest, most destructive war the world had seen yet. answer Great War question What type of war was WWI? answer Global war question What did it do to the 20th century? answer altered its course question From 1870 to 1914, a number of developments gradually increased ________ among the european […]

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General War in Europe

question Why was Russia’s influence in the Balkans at stake? answer Backed down in the Bosnian Crisis. Didn’t intervene in the Balkans Wars. question What initial ideas did the Tsar consider before committing to total war? answer Ordering only partial mobilisation (Just enough to fight A-H) in hope of Germany backing down. question Which two […]

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World History Unit 6: World War I

question The Great War/War to End All Wars answer The original names given to World War I before World War II began. question Militarism answer A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a standing army always prepared for war. question Alliance System answer Partnership between countries to watch each other’s back in case one […]

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The War in Europe

question During World War II, which pair were Allied nations? answer Great Britain and the Soviet Union question Who was the leader of an Allied nation during the war in Europe? answer Joseph Stalin question During World War II, the battle that turned the tide of war against Germany on the eastern front was the […]

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Lesson #3: The War in Europe

question Where did the US and Soviet forces fight the Germans? answer The US forced fought the Germans at sea and in North Africa, while the Soviets fought them at Stalingrad. question Why did Roosevelt invade Morocco and Algeria and which Generals lead in North Africa? answer Roosevelt decided to invade Morocco and Algeria because […]

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Section II: The War in Europe

question Blitzkrieg answer “Lighting war”, typed of fast-moving warfare used by German forces against Poland in 1939 question Luftwaffe answer German Air Force question government in exile answer Post 1900’s France question Katyn Forest massacre answer A series of mass executions of Polish nationals and popular figures by the USSR. Stalin covered it up and […]

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Ch. 19 World War I

question a. American isolationism answer All of the following have historically been considered to be causes of World War I except: a. American isolationism b. imperialist competition c. stockpiling of weapons d. nationalism of European ethnic groups question d. declared a “policy of neutrality” answer At the beginning of WWI, President Wilson, : a. recommended […]

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World War I and the Russian Revolution

question What was one cause of World War I answer Increased tension between European countries (MAIN) Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism question What is the acronym for the main causes of World War I? answer MAIN question How did the Industrial Revolution contribute to the spending on armaments? answer More factories readily available allowed nations to […]

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U.S. History Semester 2 (3.4.2 Quiz: War in Europe)

question What religious ethnicity did German Nazis send to death camps? answer European Jews (duh) question By the summer of 1940, _____ was the only nation resisting Hitler in Western Europe. answer Great Britain question How did the United States help Britain in spite of the Neutrality Act? answer By giving Britain aid without waiting […]

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World War I, the Great War

question What several factors made it difficult for the United States to remain neutral in WWI? answer Militarism, alliances systems, and imperialism, and nationalism. question What happened to the United States after it joined the Allies? answer It increased its role in global affairs. question Throughout the 19th century, politics in the Western world were […]

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World War I Effects

question Political effects answer 1) Socialist ideas experienced a boom in Europe, spreading from Germany and the Austrian Empire to Britain and France 2) Republic became the most popular type of government to gain influence after the war in Europe 3) 1919 Treaty of Versailles had deleterious effects on the post-war environment as it caused […]

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8th Grade Social Studies – Chapter 24: Section 1 Assessment – War in Europe

question Francis Ferdinand answer archduke of Austria-Hungary whose assassination triggered World War I question Central Powers answer alliance of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire question Allied Powers answer alliance of France, Britain, and Russia question Lusitania answer British passenger ship sunk by a German submarine in 1915 question Nationalism answer pride in one’s […]

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World War I Begins

question Loyalty to one’s country or to people with a common language, religion, and history is known as answer nationalism. question Look at the map of European alliances in 1914. What conclusion can be drawn from the map? answer The Triple Alliance would be fighting a two front war. question The greatest fear of the […]

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