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PowerPoint - World War I - Aim Why did America become...

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1 Aim – Why did America become involved in World War I? What are the M . A . I . N . reasons World War I was fought? M A I N M ilitarism & The A lliance System M A Militarism Task: What purpose does militarism serve? Alliance System • Major European powers formed into 2 major alliances – Task: What are some other words for “allies”? Working in pairs, come up with a list.
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2 I mperialism & N ationalism I N Imperialism Task: Provide some examples from American history of colonial expansion. Nationalism ¾ Germany wanted control of the Balkans ¾ Balkans wanted independence ¾ Russia supported their Slavic brothers in the Balkans The Powder Keg Explodes June 28, 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro- Hungarian throne, went to Serbia. Serbia was controlled by Austria-Hungary. Serbia wanted their independence. A Serbian nationalist, Gavrilo Princip of the Black Hand, assassinates the Archduke and his wife. Austria-Hungary invades Serbia.
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3 The U.S. remains neutral Task: Who’s advice did the United States listen to when deciding whether to get involved in World War I?
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