Flashcards in History: chapter 11 test Deck (48)
True or False. The battles of the Marne and Somme were fought in GERMANY.
True or False. GEORGE CREEL was the former spanish-american war hero who led american doughboys in the AEF during WWI.
False. Alvin York
True or False. WOMAN took over new roles and jobs stateside while men were off fighting.
The espionage and sedition acts affected freedom of speech because they..
punished people who spoke out against the government
Who was heir to the Austria-Hungary throne and assassinated in Serbia, triggering the start of WWI
What nickname was given to American Soldiers in WWI?
What was the name of the WWI alliance that included Germany, Austria-hungary, and the Ottoman Empire?
Because militarism had been a major cause of the war, the framers of the treaty of versailles did all of the following except?
allowed Germany to come to peace meetings
The war might have involved only 2 nations, Austria-Hungary and Serbia, if not for...
the alliance system dragging other countries into the conflict
In which directions did German troops advance into France?
south and west
On September 5th 1914, how far from paris were the closest German troops?
about 10 miles
Paris is located nearest the junction of which 2 rivers ?
Marne and Seine
What does this poster ask young men to do?
to join the U.S. marines and be first in defense on land or sea
What are the soldiers in this photograph doing?
According to these journal entries, what hardships did soldiers face at the battlefront.
Many men were killed or wounded. They were in hot barrages every morning and evening. They were getting sick (fever and dysentery). They had dead horses, irregular meals, bad water, insufficient coverings, muscle tensions, shell shock, lice. They had to lay on the ground.
During WWI, how did the image of war presented in posters differ from soldiers' actual experiences?
It differed because the image in the poster probably was only a few things that they went through because they most likely went through way more hardships than that. In the article it only listed a few diseases that they experienced but they could of went through more because they laid on the ground so they could have gotten really sick.
What do you think people today can learn from the long-term results of the treaty of versailles?
When the nations the big 4 and the leaders were apart of were defeated, they gathered in the hall of mirrors in the palace of Versailles and signed the peace treaty hoping it would create stability. Instead it caused anger in them.
The treaty didn't benefit Germany at all. It barred them, it required them to return the region of Alsace-Lorraine to France, and it required them to pay reparations (war damages) that they had to pay $33 million to the allies. It humiliated Germany and forced them to take responsibly for starting the war when the Europeans were the ones provoking the diplomatic crises'. Germany couldn't pay that huge financial reparation because their colonial possessions in the pacific (that could of helped them pay) were taken away.
Last, the Russians fought beside the allies in the war and had the most casualties than any other nation. But the allies excluded them from the peace conference. So even though the peace treaty was targeting Germany, Russia lost more territory than they did. That's what people can learn today from results of the treaty of Versailles.