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What myth arose in Germany in the 1920s to explain why Germany lost the First World War?
Socialists, Jews, and liberals in Germany had betrayed the nation.
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What was President Wilson’s response to news that the First World War had broken out in Europe?
He issued a proclamation of neutrality and asked Americans to refrain from taking sides.
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What aspects of Europe’s nineteenth-century history contributed to the First World War?
Competing states, Franco-Prussian War, defeat of Napoleon, Germany looking for new place in Europe
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What aspects of Europe’s nineteenth century history contributed to the first world war?
T: 1914-1970 P: Europe A: Some of the aspects included European alliances, assassinations of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Threats by the Serbian Slavs.
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Which of the following events touched off the First World War?
The assassination of the Heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne.
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Which of the following contributed to the Red Scare the followed the First World War?
A wave of postwar strikes
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red scares that followed the first World War and the wake of the Russian Revolution that included 6000 arrests were known as what
Which war do some historians regard as the first world war?
The Seven Years’ War
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The main reason the war was so deadly was the combination of new ________and outdated tactics. While we may think about _______, ______, and ______all of which made their debut in the First World War, the two most devastating technologies were __________: machine guns, and barbed wire.
technology poison gas, tanks, air planes American
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Read the excerpt below from A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and answer the question that follows. Most children brought up in Brooklyn before the First World War remember Thanksgiving Day there with a peculiar tenderness. It was the day children went around “ragamuffin” or “slamming gates,” wearing costumes topped off by a penny mask. How does Smith use language to reveal setting?
She uses diction such as “First World War” and “Thanksgiving Day.”
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