Ch 22. 2 The Great War


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Industry








Economy & Feeding the Soldiers








Creating Soldiers









Fighting the War - The US was only involved in the actual fighting for a little over a year, but they arrived at a crucial point in the war.


12.What happened in 1918 that threatened the French forces?

13. What happened on November 11, 1918 at 11 am?




The Peace Process & the Fourteen Points


14. What were the fourteen points? When were they written?

15. List the specific points mentioned in your text:

16. Who were the “Big Four”?

17. What were the issues discussed at the Versailles Peace Conference?



  1. What were the provisions of the Final Treaty?

Allied Powers

Central Powers










  1. When did Germany sign the Treaty of Versailles? How did they feel about the Treaty?

20. How did the US’s Refusal to join the League of Nations affect the course of history?



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