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German assaults on boats conveying Americans infuriated American individuals, pioneers ... Dreading U.S. passage into war, Germany consented to quit assaulting traveler ships ...
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Sneak peak Main Idea/Reading Focus The United States Enters the War Faces of History: Woodrow Wilson The End of the Fighting A Difficult Peace Map: Europe and the Middle East The War Ends

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Preview, proceeded with The Costs of the War Quick Facts: Effects of World War I Visual Study Guide/Quick Facts Video: The Impact of Modern Warfare The War Ends

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The War Ends Main Idea After quite a long while of grisly stalemate-and the passage of the United States into the contention the Allied Powers at long last won. The peace, notwithstanding, demonstrated hard to build up. Perusing Focus Why did the United States enter the war? What occasions prompted the end of the battling? What issues made the peace process troublesome? What were the expenses of the war?

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German assaults on boats conveying Americans infuriated American individuals, pioneers German arrangement to have Mexico assault U.S. likewise surfaced American Neutrality American open for the most part upheld Allies U.S. stayed unbiased authoritatively President Woodrow Wilson trusted U.S. should stay out of issues of different countries "He kept us out of war" The United States Enters the War

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Trouble on the oceans Remaining nonpartisan difficult with Germany assaulting regular citizen ships Attacks a portion of approach called unhindered submarine fighting Any boat going in waters around Great Britain subject to assault by German U-vessels Lusitania Initially U-pontoons assaulted just military, trader ships Passenger ship Lusitania sunk, 120 Americans among the dead Fearing U.S. passage into war, Germany consented to quit assaulting traveler ships Germany would have liked to vanquish Allied forces before U.S. entered war

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The Zimmermann Note Final push to war Repeated assaults on transportation brought U.S. near war on Germany Discovery of Zimmermann Note last push, February 1917 Secret message from German representative Arthur Zimmermann to Mexico Contents of note Germany proposed Mexico assault the U.S. consequently for U.S. land Promised Texas, Arizona and New Mexico, all once having a place with Mexico Hoped war with Mexico would keep U.S. out of war in Europe Call for war American open called for war against Germany U.S. had family relationship, budgetary binds to Great Britain, Allied Powers U.S. entered war on side of Allied Powers, April 1917

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Identify Cause and Effect How did unlimited submarine fighting influence U.S. passage into the war? Answer(s): Germany broke its guarantee to the United States to quit assaulting traveler ships.

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A New German Offensive Assault on West Wanted to bargain conclusive hit to Central Powers before U.S. had sufficient energy to prepared for war Opportunity accompanied Russia\'s withdrawal from war Russia out by end of 1917 German troops no more required on Eastern front Could dispatch new hostile in the west Launched real strike, March 1918 Made advancement, progressed to inside 40 miles of Paris High cost to Germany, lost 800,000 troops By June, 1918, U.S. troops landed in Europe Gave Allies trust, disheartened Germans The End of the Fighting German pioneers knew America entering the war would build the quality of Allied Powers.

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German Collapse Balance of force moved Allied powers ceased German attack in Second Battle of the Marne Allies now in all out attack mode Allies utilized tanks, air ship; increased tremendous measures of domain Germany a vanquished power Many Germans surrendered without a battle Began to question their own particular force Great turmoil inside German positions End of war Allied powers got through Hindenburg Line German pioneers looked for truce with Allies Other Central Powers additionally conceded rout, war finished

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Summarize How did battling arrive at an end? Answer(s): The Allies utilized tanks and airplane at the Marne, then got through the Hindenburg Line, and Germans looked for a truce.

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Wilson\'s Vision Allied Goals Wilson declared his vision of world peace, Fourteen Points Included diminishment of weapons, right of individuals to pick own administration Proposed association of world countries, shield from hostility Leaders of four noteworthy Allies all had diverse thoughts of peace bargain French needed to rebuff Germany, reparations for expense of war British needed to rebuff Germany, however not debilitate it A Difficult Peace Although peace had gone to the front line, the pioneers of the war\'s real nations still needed to work out a formal peace understanding. This undertaking would demonstrate troublesome. Italy\'s pioneer would have liked to pick up domain for his country, yet was disillusioned to get himself generally overlooked by different pioneers amid peace talks.

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Key focuses Weaker Germany German response Germany compelled to pay colossal measure of cash to war\'s casualties Treaty additionally evaluated obligation regarding the war on Germany Military size restricted Return vanquished grounds to France, Russia German area taken to shape Poland Other provinces given to different world forces Furious, however no decision yet to sign Reparations handicapped economy Bitterness would influence German legislative issues in years to come The Treaty of Versailles After troublesome arrangements, the Allies at long last bargained on the Treaty of Versailles . The bargain was named after the French Palace of Versailles, where the arrangement marking occurred.

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Aftermath League of Nations Organization of world governments proposed by Wilson Established by Treaty of Versailles Main objectives Encourage collaboration, keep peace between countries Germany prohibited U.S. did not approve arrangement, not part, debilitated League Other bargains Separate concurrences with all crushed Central Powers Made critical changes to Europe Changes in Europe Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire lands broken separated Independent countries made: Austria, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Turkey

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Zionist development Changes in Middle East Movement to make a Jewish state in the Middle East Balfour Declaration favored setting up Jewish state in Palestine Britain made Transjordan from Palestine Mandate Mandates inevitably got to be provinces Former Ottoman grounds transformed into commands , regions to be ruled by European forces Syria, Lebanon got to be French orders Palestine, Iraq got to be British orders European countries expected to control orders just until they could oversee selves The Middle East

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Summarize Why was it so hard to work out a peace assention? Answer(s): in light of the fact that each of the four noteworthy Allies had distinctive objectives

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Economic Costs Political Changes War pulverized national economies Farmland, urban areas crushed Economic disorder in a lot of Europe Cost Europe part as prevailing monetary district of world U.S., Japan, others flourished amid war World War I brought on broad political distress Communist upheaval in Russia Monarchies in Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire ousted Political, social turmoil would shape world in years to come The Costs of the War Human Costs Nearly 9 million troopers killed in fight Millions injured, taken detainee Almost a whole era of youthful German, Russian, French men passed on, were injured in war Deadly episode of flu spread by returning officers killed around 50 million around the world, spring 1918

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Unrest in Colonies Many pioneers who battled in war heard respectable words about significance of opportunity, popular government After battling for pilgrim rulers, expected rights for themselves Wartime penances did not win new flexibilities European forces split up terrains controlled by Germans, Austro-Hungarians, Ottomans and redistributed them to other provincial powers The Costs of the War

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Summarize What were the expenses of the war? Answer(s): Millions of individuals passed on or were injured. A few countries\' economies were crushed while others thrived. Some individuals delighted in the advantages of opportunity and vote based system after the war, however others stayed under the control of pioneer rulers.

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