Imperialism and World War I

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American Imperialism and World War I:  American Imperialism and World War I Define Isolationism.:  Define Isolationism. The United States should stay out of world affairs. What set precedent for Isolationism?:  What set precedent for Isolationism? Washington’s Farewell Address What was the basis of U.S. foreign policy from President Washington until World War I?:  What was the basis of U.S. foreign policy from President Washington until World War I? Isolationism Define the Monroe Doctrine.:  Define the Monroe Doctrine. The U.S. policy that European countries should stay out of the affairs of the Western Hemisphere. Define imperialism.:  Define imperialism. One country gaining political or economic control over another country What was the Open Door Policy?:  What was the Open Door Policy? All nations would have equal trading rights in China What president is known for the Open Door policy?:  What president is known for the Open Door policy? William McKinley What Secretary of State is known for the Open Door Policy?:  What Secretary of State is known for the Open Door Policy? John Hay What does the Secretary of State do?:  What does the Secretary of State do? Handles foreign affairs for the President Who was the last native ruler of Hawaii?:  Who was the last native ruler of Hawaii? Queen Liluokalani Who fought in the Spanish-American War?:  Who fought in the Spanish-American War? United States Spain What country controlled Cuba before the Spanish-American War?:  What country controlled Cuba before the Spanish-American War? Spain Who won the Spanish-American War?:  Who won the Spanish-American War? The United States What territory did the U.S. get in the Spanish-American War?:  What territory did the U.S. get in the Spanish-American War? Philippines Puerto Rico Guam At the end of the Spanish-American War in what country did the U.S. say it could intervene militarily?:  At the end of the Spanish-American War in what country did the U.S. say it could intervene militarily? Cuba From what country did Panama gain independence?:  From what country did Panama gain independence? Columbia Who was president when the Panama Canal was built?:  Who was president when the Panama Canal was built? Theodore Roosevelt What did the Panama Canal do?:  What did the Panama Canal do? Provided a short-cut between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans What type of imperialism was advanced by the Panama Canal?:  What type of imperialism was advanced by the Panama Canal? Economic Imperialism What president was known for Dollar Diplomacy?:  What president was known for Dollar Diplomacy? William Howard Taft What was Dollar Diplomacy?:  What was Dollar Diplomacy? U.S. business would invest in Latin America If necessary, U.S. would intervene militarily in Latin America Name 3 examples of American economic imperialism.:  Name 3 examples of American economic imperialism. Open Door Policy Dollar Diplomacy Panama Canal Who were the Central Powers in World War I?:  Who were the Central Powers in World War I? Germany Austria-Hungary Ottoman Empire What modern nation was known as the Ottoman Empire during World War I?:  What modern nation was known as the Ottoman Empire during World War I? Turkey Who were the Allies in World War I?:  Who were the Allies in World War I? Great Britain France Russia What country’s military tipped the balance of World War I and led to Germany’s defeat?:  What country’s military tipped the balance of World War I and led to Germany’s defeat? The United States What official is the nation’s chief diplomat?:  What official is the nation’s chief diplomat? The President, assisted by the Secretary of State Who developed the Fourteen Points?:  Who developed the Fourteen Points? Woodrow Wilson What were the 3 key ideas of the Fourteen Points?:  What were the 3 key ideas of the Fourteen Points? National self-determination Freedom of the seas League of Nations What treaty ended World War I?:  What treaty ended World War I? The Versailles Treaty What is national self-determination?:  What is national self-determination? The idea that each national group should be in charge of its own destiny What is freedom of the seas?:  What is freedom of the seas? Ships can sail in international waters without threat of attack What was the League of Nations?:  What was the League of Nations? An organization of nations started at the end of World War I to maintain peace What was a mandate?:  What was a mandate? A region governed by another country until it is ready for independence What two countries were British Mandates after World War I?:  What two countries were British Mandates after World War I? Palestine Iraq What country was a French mandate after World War I?:  What country was a French mandate after World War I? Syria Did the Senate ratify the Versailles Treaty?:  Did the Senate ratify the Versailles Treaty? NO. Which political party was responsible for defeating the Versailles Treaty in the Senate?:  Which political party was responsible for defeating the Versailles Treaty in the Senate? The Republican Party What legislative body ratifies treaties?:  What legislative body ratifies treaties? United States Senate What vote is needed in the Senate to ratify a treaty?:  What vote is needed in the Senate to ratify a treaty? 2/3 Did the United States join the League of Nations?:  Did the United States join the League of Nations? NO What is internationalism?:  What is internationalism? The opposite of isolationism Heavy involvement in foreign affairs Except during the 1930’s, what has been the basis of U.S. foreign policy from World War I to the Present?:  Except during the 1930’s, what has been the basis of U.S. foreign policy from World War I to the Present? Internationalism

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