U.S. History Since Reconstruction ~ Great War

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1914: Wilson urges Americans to be “neutral in thought and deed.” Isolationists warn of being dragged into war & of “Entangling Alliances” 1915: Preparedness Lusitania & the “Arabic Pledge” 1916: Election Year Wilson reminds America that “he kept us out of war.” 1917: From “Peace Without Victory” Zimmermann Telegram Resumption of Unrestricted Submarine Warfare To a war to make the “world safe for democracy”

1914: Wilson urges Americans to be “neutral in thought and deed.”

Isolationists warn of being dragged into war & of “Entangling Alliances”

1915: Preparedness

Lusitania & the “Arabic Pledge”

1916: Election Year Wilson reminds America that “he kept us out of war.”

1917: From “Peace Without Victory”

Zimmermann Telegram

Resumption of Unrestricted Submarine Warfare

To a war to make the “world safe for democracy”

 

Isolationism Immigrants That Identified with Central Powers U.S. benefits from trade with Allied Powers U.S. military is ill-prepared for war Organized anti-war movement

Isolationism

Immigrants That Identified with Central Powers

U.S. benefits from trade with Allied Powers

U.S. military is ill-prepared for war

Organized anti-war movement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Open covenants of peace, openly arrived at Freedom of the seas Removal of economic barriers and equality of trade Reduction of armaments Adjustment of colonial claims, equal weight given to the colonized & colonizers 6-13) Evacuation & readjustment of national boundaries: Russian territory Belgium France & Alsace-Lorraine Italy & its frontiers along clearly recognizable lines of nationality Peoples of Austria-Hungary should be accorded the freest opportunity to autonomous development Rumania, Serbia, and Montenegro determined by friendly counsel along historically established lines of allegiance and nationality Turkish portion of Ottoman Empire; other nationalities under Turkish rule assured security of life and opportunity of autonomous development independent Polish state.  14) An association of nations for the purpose of mutual guarantees of political independence and territorial integrity to great and small states alike

Open covenants of peace, openly arrived at

Freedom of the seas

Removal of economic barriers and equality of trade

Reduction of armaments

Adjustment of colonial claims, equal weight given to the colonized & colonizers

6-13) Evacuation & readjustment of national boundaries:

Russian territory

Belgium

France & Alsace-Lorraine

Italy & its frontiers along clearly recognizable lines of nationality

Peoples of Austria-Hungary should be accorded the freest opportunity to autonomous development

Rumania, Serbia, and Montenegro determined by friendly counsel along historically established lines of allegiance and nationality

Turkish portion of Ottoman Empire; other nationalities under Turkish rule assured security of life and opportunity of autonomous development

independent Polish state. 

14) An association of nations for the purpose of mutual guarantees of political independence and territorial integrity to great and small states alike

 

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