Ch 22. 2 The Great War



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U- Boats


Define:

Lusitania:

Sussex:



5. Why were most Americans anti-German?

6. Election of 1916





Democrats

Republicans


Candidate







Platform







And the Winner is _________________________________________________.


7. Fill in the Timeline below.

1917


Jan April May The Rest

  1. How did the Russian Revolution affect the US’s decision to enter the war?


Propaganda, Public Opinion and Civil Liberties - It was very important during World War I to get the people of the United States firmly behind the Allied war effort and against the Central Powers. The US government used several different techniques to ensure that their citizens stayed in line.


9. A. Use of Propaganda

B. Espionage Act of 1917 and Sedition Act of 1918

10. What was it like to be a woman during this era? A minority?

Mobilization & Finance -A good deal of work was necessary to make the US ready to go to war. The nation had to prepare economically and build up its depleted and outdated military equipment supplies (when had the US last been involved in a major war?).


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