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Test, WWI & 1920s Foreign Policy Ch. 6 & Ch. 8 pgs. 458-9 Ch. 6 Mexican Revolution Triple Alliance Central Powers Allied Powers Triple Entente nationalism self- determination "Black Hand" U-boat Great Migration Lusitania Zimmermann telegram Sussex & Sussex Pledge Selective Service War Industries Board National War Labor Board Food Administration Fuel Administration Committee of Public Information Espionage/Sedition Acts Liberty/Victory Bonds Schenck v. U.S. (1919) trench warfare new WWI war technology Bolsheviks Fourteen Points League of Nations Treaty of Versailles Article X "Irreconcilables" "Reservationists" Henry Cabot Lodge Ch. 8, pgs. 458-9 Warren G. Harding Calvin Coolidge isolationism
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Unformatted text preview: Dawes Plan Washington Conference Kellogg-Briand Pact Concepts to Know: Ch. 6 1. Understand how and why we would use the following "study hints" for understanding WWI: MAIN: Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism, Nationalism 4 MMMMs of Mobilization: Military, Money, Machinery, Minds 2. How and why did America get drawn into WWI? 3. How did America mobilize for war? Consider both military and civilian mobilization and how that mobilization affected society. Ch. 8 1. How did the Dawes Plan, the Washington Conference, and the Kellogg-Briand Pact illustrate efforts to ensure world peace? How successful were these efforts?...
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