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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