Chapter 22 - Chapter 22 Who 1 John"Black Jack Pershing...

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Chapter 22 Who: 1. John “Black Jack” Pershing- Commander of the American Expeditionary Force in the battlefields of France, but refused to merge American soldiers with other forces 2. Ferdinand Foch- Head of the French army who tried to convince Pershing to merge forces 3. Woodrow Wilson- President at the time of WWI, and helped pushed the progressive movement along 4. William Jennings Bryan- Secretary of State at the time, tried to resolve all conflict with peaceful agreements 5. Victoriano Huerta – When he took over violently in Mexico, the US stepped in and forced him out of the country. 6. Francisco “Pancho” Villa- Led an Army of rebels who stole a train car filled with American gold and raided a town in New Mexico, he was never caught 7. Wilhelm II- Germany’s Kaiser, wanted to challenge Great Brittan’s world supremacy so flexed his military muscle 8. Archduke Franz Ferdinand- Heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne that was assassinated by a Serb in Bosnia, thus making Austria declare war on Bosnia 9. Robert Lansing- Replaced Bryan as Secretary of State and advocated war against Germany 10. Nicholas II- Czar at the time of WWI, was forced out of power and the revolutionary government took Russia out of WWI 11. Alice Paul- Led Picketing lines and chained herself on the white house fence to try to get suffrage 12. Carrie Chapman Catt- led NAWSA, got a lot of backing, got recognition from national parties like the republican and progressive parties 13. George Creel- headed the Committee on Public Information, to suppress critics of the war 14. David Lloyd George- allied leader from Brittan 15. Georges Clemenceau-Allied leader from France 16. Vittorio Orlando-allied leader from Italy 17. Henry Cabot Lodge- Wilson’s archenemy, led the republican disapproval of the League of nations, 18. Calvin Coolidge- governor of Massachusetts, sent in national guard to restore order in the Boston police strike of 1919 19. A Mitchell Palmer- Attorney General who led “the hunt for terrorists,” during the red scare, got a bit harsh 20. Emma Goldman- symbol of radicalism, was Russian born so was deported during the red scare, prompting an “attack on civil liberty” campaign
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