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Chapter 21.3: The United States in World War I, Page 4 Directions: Read each section first; then go back immediately after you read the section and create 1-3 questions that you believe were answered in the passage you just read. These can be “What” “Why” “How” questions. You don’t need to answer them. Just create them. Then re-read and take 4-7 short bulleted notes per section. Upload to TII.com and bring copy to class Questions Section Headings Your own notes What did Europe look like before the war? The United States in World War I Military strength of Germany threatens Europe Ottoman Empire on the other hand, losing influence in the East Triple Alliance: Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy Triple Entente: Britain, France, Russia 1905, Roosevelt tried resolving crisis of Morocco (G vs F) What sparked WW1 and led to and all out war in Europe From Neutrality to War AH and Russia competed for control over the Balkans and Ottoman Empire June 1914, assassination of Archduke Ferdinand July 28, Russia secret treaty with Serbia against AH Germany declares war on
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