World War I - porcoapush.com

World War I - porcoapush.com

World War I Learning Objectives Students will analyze the factors that led to the outbreak of war in Europe. Students will analyze the factors that led to U.S. involvement in World War I. Students will analyze how the war impacted

the U.S. home front. I. Causes

Nationalism Imperialism Alliance System Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by

Bosnian nationalists Allied Powers vs. Central Powers France Russia Great Britain

Germany AustriaHungary Italy II. American Response Wilson proclaimed

neutrality. The U.S. hoped to trade with both sides. By 1916, trade with the Central Powers was near zero. Trade with the Allied

powers had increased 400% III. Increasing American Support for the War Impact of German UBoats Sinking of the

Lusitania-British passenger ship, 128 Americans died. The ship was also carrying weapons. IV. America Moves Towards War

Jan. 31, 1917, Germany announcement February 3 Wilson broke off diplomatic relations Zimmerman Telegram After more American

ships were sunk, Wilson declared war. V. The Home Front During WWI Americans were encouraged to buy Liberty Bonds The government began

to regulate food consumption. The Espionage Act (1917) The Sedition Act (1918) Opportunities for

African Americans During the Great Migration, nearly 600,000 African Americans moved North

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