Attempts_at_Peace_1919-1939

Attempts_at_Peace_1919-1939 - WWI U-boat Recap...

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WWI U-boat Recap Unterseeboot, a submarine
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Attempts at World Order and Arms Control The Capital Ship Navy in Peacetime (1919-1939)
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Learning Objectives Principle points of Versailles controversy & shortcomings of resulting treaty Why U.S refuses League of Nations Significant events undermining League’s effectiveness and led to disintegration Relationship between concept of sea power and our national defense goals Main points of US foreign policy and national military strategy
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Learning Objectives, cont. The Washington Naval Conference, changes in technology, and related strategy Recall specifics of Four-Power, Five- Power, and Nine-Power Treaties Explain the ways in which changes in society affected foreign policy and development and employment of U.S Navy during this period
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The Armistice Treaty of Versailles at Paris Peace Conference United States, Great Britain, France, Italy and Japan Germany: Admits guilt, give up territory and disarm
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“To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual means of preserving peace.” George Washington
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