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  • 1. Jeopardy ! World War I Imperialism
  • 2. Vocab Pictures MC weapons Homefront Random 200 300 400 500 600 200 300 400 500 600 600 500 400 300 200 600 500 400 300 200 600 500 400 600 500 400 300 300 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 100
  • 3. Final Jeopardy Category- Peace
  • 4. Final Question The Treaty of Versailles ended the war. Which country was not involved in the peace talks and what did the treaty say?
    • Germany
    • Pay $300 billion
    • Dismantle military
    • Accept war blame
    • Give up colonies
  • 5. Vocab- 100
    • Belief that a nation should have and use a large military
    • militarism
  • 6. Vocab - 200
    • Agreement by which nations pledge to cooperate if one is attacked
    • alliance
  • 7. Vocab - 300
    • A feeling of intense loyalty to one’s nation
    • Nationalism
  • 8. Vocab - 400
    • Information intended to convince people to think a certain way
    • Propaganda
  • 9. Vocab - 500
    • War in which neither side is able to win a decisive victory
    • stalemate
  • 10. Vocab - 600
    • Money that a defeated nation pays to make up for a war’s destruction
    • reparations
  • 11. MC- 100
    • Women helped in the war effort by
    • A: Working in factories
    • B: joining the air force
    • C: digging trenches in the front
    • D: registering for the draft
  • 12. MC - 200
    • The two sides of the war were:
    • A: Allies and Axis
    • B: Central and Axis
    • C: Allies and Axis
    • D: Germany and Austria Hungary
  • 13. MC - 300
    • Why did many countries in Europe start building large armies and navies before 1914?
    • A: They wanted to protect their colonial interests
    • B: They feared the rise of Communism in Europe
    • C: They believed that the United States and Russia were becoming too powerful
  • 14. MC - 400
    • As a neutral country, the US benefited from the war because it
    • A: built and sold submarines to Germany
    • B: seized ships belonging to both the Allies and the Central Powers
    • C: Sold food, arms, and other supplies to the Allies
    • D: could carry any goods to and from Europe without fear of being attacked
  • 15. MC - 500
    • Germany started unrestricted submarine warfare to
    • A: bring the US into the war
    • B: cut off the Allies from over seas help
    • C: stop US attacks on German shipping
    • D: protect American ships on the high seas
  • 16. MC - 600
    • Which of the following was not included in the Treaty of Versailles
      • A: It placed all the blame for WWI on Germany
      • B: It required Germany to pay huge sums of money to the victorious nations
      • C: It ordered Germany to turn over her colonies and military equipment to the Allies
      • D: It forced Germany to become non-voting member of the League of Nations
  • 17. Pictures- 100
    • This represents:
    • The role that women played during WWI in men’s jobs.
  • 18. Pictures- 200
    • “ A perfect soldier”, explain
    • The man is all muscle and has no head, so he can take orders
  • 19. Pictures- 300
    • Name 2 new technologies of the war
    • Machine guns and chemical or poison warfare
  • 20. Pictures- 400
    • How was propaganda used?
    • Used by both sides to recruit as well as sway public opinion.
  • 21. Pictures- 500
    • What day does this represent?
    • Armistice Day
  • 22. Pictures- 600
    • What does this picture represent?
    • Editors, Capitalists, Politicians, and Ministers could all claim reasons for the war. While Satan is represented fighting, those people could celebrate the war.
  • 23. weapons- 100
    • A type of fighting where soldiers dug lines in the earth for them to fight and live
    • Trench Warfare
  • 24. weapons - 200
    • No man’s land was difficult to move through because people had strung this
    • Barbed wire
  • 25. weapons - 300
    • This type of machine was helpful at getting through no man’s land
    • Tank/armored car
  • 26. weapons - 400
    • This type of gun was far more advanced and deadly than rifles
    • Machine gun
  • 27. weapons - 500
    • What was one problem with using airplanes in the war? How did people fight with them?
    • They did not have mounted guns most of the time, and men had to lean out of the open cockpit to shoot, or drop bombs
  • 28. weapons - 600
    • Describe what mustard gas did
    • It attacked any moist area of the body with sores and burning.
  • 29. Homefront - 100
    • Who took over men’s jobs when they went to fight?
    • women
  • 30. Homefront - 200
    • What did the Food Administration ask people to plant?
    • Victory Gardens
  • 31. Homefront - 300
    • How did Americans and other countries persuade people to fight?
    • propaganda
  • 32. Homefront - 400
    • He was the President during the war
    • Woodrow Wilson
  • 33. Homefront - 500
    • Great migration… what was it?
    • African Americans moved north during the war to find better paying jobs
  • 34. Homefront - 600
    • He was the head of the Food Administration and later became President
    • Herbert Hoover
  • 35. Imperialism - 100
    • The Open Door Policy expressed the view that no single country should
    • A: control over the Panama Canal
    • B: have a monopoly over trade with China
    • C: Interfere in Latin America
    • D: set up trading companies in Japan
  • 36. Imperialism - 200
    • Of the following, which was not a territory acquired by the US prior to WWI?
    • A: Hawaii
    • B: Alaska
    • C: Puerto Rico
    • D: Columbia
  • 37. Imperialism - 300
    • Which of the following events drew the US into war with Spain in 1898?
    • A: Overthrow of Queen Liliuokalani
    • B: Spanish takeover of the Philippines
    • C: sinking of the Maine
    • D: independence movement in Puerto Rico
  • 38. Imperialism - 400
    • Teddy Roosevelt often said:
    • Speak softly and carry a big stick
  • 39. Imperialism - 500
    • Why are “bad guys” drawn as apes or gorillas in political cartoons sometimes?
    • To de-humanize them
  • 40. Imperialism - 600
    • This man’s visit to Japan led to the Treaty of Kanagawa
    • Matthew Perry
  • 41.  
  • 42. Ideas of Revolution Events of Revolution Revolution Colonies Geography Potpourri 200 300 100 600 500 400 300 200 100 600 500 400 300 200 100 500 400 300 200 100 600 500 400 300 200 400 500 600 100 200 300 400 500 600 600 100
  • 43. Ideas of Revolution Events of Revolution Revolution Colonies Geography Potpourri 200 300 100 600 500 400 300 200 100 600 500 400 300 200 100 500 400 300 200 100 600 500 400 300 200 400 500 600 100 200 300 400 500 600 600 100