10.17.07 - o National War Labor Board Mobilizing Public...

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The Great War-Progressivism and Diplomacy Peace Visions and War Aims Election of 1916 “Peace without victory” Provocations o Resumption of Unrestricted U-Boat Warfare o Zimmerman Telegram Declaration of War, April 1917 United States Goes to War Building Up the US Armed Forces o Selective Service Act-1917 o American Expeditionary Force Comparative Military Losses (approximate) o Germany: 2,000,000 o Russia: 1,750,000 o France: 1,500,000 o Britain: 1,000,000 o Italy: 500,000 o United States: 100,000 Mobilizing the Economy for War Financing the War o Liberty Bonds o War Revenue Bills of 1917 and 1918 Regulating the Wartime Economy o War Industries War o Food Administration
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Unformatted text preview: o National War Labor Board Mobilizing Public Opinion • Committee on Public Information • Espionage Act and Sedition Act • Schenck v. United States 1919 Negotiating and Postwar Tensions Wilson and the New World Order • Fourteen Points o Eight recommendations for adjusting postwar boundaries, reflecting right to self-determination o Five principles to govern international conduct: freedom of the seas, end to secret treaties, arms reduction, free trade, recognition of the rights of the colonized o League of Nations Wilson and the New World Order • Treaty of Versailles • Rejection at Home...
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