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  • 1. George Washington’s Farewell Address 1796
  • 2. Policy of Isolationism
  • 3. Focus of America-1789-late 1800’s • Building up our government • Fixing unsolved issues with Great Britain-War of 1812 • Building up our business and infrastructure • Moving “West” and war with Mexico • Issues over slavery and the Civil War • US was blessed with lots of natural resources
  • 4. Manifest Destiny
  • 5. Monroe Doctrine-1823
  • 6. Civil War 1861-1865
  • 7. The Civil War-1861-1865
  • 8. List the major powers of the world in the late 1800’s? • Great Britain • France • Germany • Russia • Up and Comers: • Unites States • Japan • Losing Power: • Spain • Italy • Ottoman Empire • Austria-Hungary
  • 9. Europe in 1900
  • 10. Era of Imperialism • Late 1800’s into early 1900’s • What were countries after?
  • 11. Latin America-1800-Most countries were independent by 1830
  • 12. US Territories Over the Years • Hawaii • Alaska • American Samoa • Puerto Rico • US Virgin Islands • Philippines • Guam • Northern Mariana Island • When did US get control? • How did US get control? • Do we still have control of it today? What is it’s current status? • Location
  • 13. The Great War 1914-1918 • Started after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the next King of Austria-Hungary • Underlying causes: – Militarism – Imperialism – Nationalism – Alliances
  • 14. The Treaty of Versailles • Treaty that officially ended WWI • Signed at the Paris Peace Conference • United States never signed it • Germany lost land and colonies • Germany’s military was dismantled • Germany had to pay $33 billion • Germany had to accept the War Guilt clause • League of Nations was set up
  • 15. 1920’s and 1930’s • In the 1920’s and 1930’s, the US went back to isolationism • The Great Depression in the 1930’s made it easy for the US to focus on America only
  • 16. The Road to WWII 1919-1941
  • 17. Causes for Breakout of WWII • Japan invaded China in 1937 • Hitler invaded Poland on 9-1-39 • Japan attacked the United States at Pearl Harbor on 12-7-41
  • 18. Effects of WWII on US and World • US and Soviet Union became the two world superpowers • Europe was split between democratic countries and communist countries • The Cold War started • Nuclear arms race • Israel was established
  • 19. Effects of WWII on the World • The United Nations was established • United Nations Declaration of Human Rights-1949 • Geneva Convention- 1949
  • 20. The Cold War 1945-1991 • Political and ideological struggle between the US and Soviet Union • US practiced the Policy of Containment due to the domino effect(theory) • Examples of containment – Truman Doctrine – Marshall Plan – Korean War – Vietnam War
  • 21. Cold War Policies • Containment • Brinkmanship • Massive retaliation/Mutual deterrence/Mutual Assured Destruction • Détente-1970’s
  • 22. 1980’s • Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1979 – US helped the mujahideen fight the communists –This group eventually became al-Qaeda and the Taliban • Iran and Iraq went to war – US helped Saddam Hussein as the US was at odds with Iran
  • 23. The Cold War Ends • Ronald Reagan • Mikhail Gorbachev
  • 24. 1990’s-The Rise of Iraq and al-Qaeda • Both Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda became problems for the United States in the 1990’s
  • 25. Persian Gulf War August 1990-February 1991 • August 2, 1990, Iraq Invaded Kuwait
  • 26. Persian Gulf War • Why did it start? • Operation Desert Shield • Operation Desert Storm • Results: – Coalition Force victory, Iraqi withdrawl from Kuwait, destruction of Iraqi/Kuwaiti infrastructure • Coalition-482 dead, Iraq-20,000-35,000 • 1991-2003 – No-fly zone, weapons inspectors, WMD’s
  • 27. No Fly Zone
  • 28. • How did the Persian Gulf War eventually lead to 9-11? – Since late 1990, US has had US troops stationed somewhere in the Middle East to this very day – Al-Qaeda saw the United States as the new invaders(instead of the Soviets) of the Islamic world – Al-Qaeda started going after us
  • 29. Iraq War 2003-2011 • President Bush told the nation that Saddam Hussein was getting WMD’s and was not allowing weapons inspectors into his country • US invades Iraq in March, 2003 • War ends under President Obama in December, 2011 • Obama pledged to end war
  • 30. Iraq War • Us never found any WMD • President Bush has said he would do the same thing over again as “the world is a better place with Saddam Hussein in it” • US did end Saddam’s reign and established a democratic government • War in Iraq became very unpopular
  • 31. The Capture, Trial and Execution of Saddam Hussein
  • 32. Abu Ghraib Prison Abuse
  • 33. Waterboarding
  • 34. al-Qaeda Attacks in the 1990’s • 1993 World Trade Center bombing • Osama bin Laden declares jihad against the US in 1997 • US embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998 • USS Cole attack in 2000 in Yemen • 9-11-01 attacks in New York and Washington D.C.
  • 35. War in Afghanistan • US invaded Afghanistan in October, 2001 • The Taliban, Afghanistan’s government from 1995- 2001, allowed al-Qaeda to train there • President Obama plans to have all troops out by the end of 2014 • Bush Doctrine – policy that says the United States had the right to secure itself against countries that harbor or give aid to terrorist groups – used to justify the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan and the 2003 invasion of Iraq
  • 36. US Losses Iraq • Almost 4,500 killed • Over 32,000 wounded Afghanistan • Over 2,300 killed
  • 37. President Obama • Pledged to end the war in Iraq which he did • Pledged to focus more on the War in Afghanistan which he did and plans to be out at the end of 2014 • Pledged to shut down POW camps Guantanamo Bay in Cuba which he hasn’t • Pledged to stop waterboarding which he has • Pledged to mend relationships with other countries throughout the world which he is working on

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