November 11
Name: 
Date: 
What Do You Know about World War I? 
1. Armistice means ___________________. 
2. What happened at 11 o'clock...
What happened on 
November 11?
What happened on 
November 11?
America andWorld War I
1. The Great War Begins
WWI started because of four reasons: 
1. wanting more land 
2. wanting the biggest military & 
the most weapons 
3.countri...
WWI started because of four reasons: 
1. Imperialism: wanting more land 
2.Militarism: wanting the biggest military & 
the...
WWI started because of four reasons: 
1. Imperialism: wanting more land 
2.Militarism: wanting the biggest military & 
the...
WWI started because of four reasons: 
1. Imperialism: wanting more land 
2.Militarism: wanting the biggest military & 
the...
WWI started because of four reasons: 
1. Imperialism: wanting more land 
2.Militarism: wanting the biggest military & 
the...
WWI started because of four reasons: 
1. Imperialism: wanting more land 
2.Militarism: wanting the biggest military & 
the...
1. Imperialism:
1. Imperialism: wanting more land
1. Imperialism: wanting more land
ng!to!have!more! 
1. Imperialism: wanting more land
1. Imperialism: wanting more land
I mperialism: wanting more land 1. Imperialism: wanting more land
1. Imperialism: wanting more land
1. Imperialism: wanting more land
1. Imperialism: wanting more land
1. Imperialism: wanting more land
2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most 
weapons
2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most 
weapons
2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most 
weapons
2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most 
weapons
2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most 
weapons
2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most 
weapons
2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most 
weapons
2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most 
weapons
3.Alliances:
3.Alliances:
3.Alliances:
3.Alliances: promising to help other countries
3.Alliances: promising to help other countries
3.Alliances: promising to help other countries
4.Nationalism:
4.Nationalism: loving your country too much
4.Nationalism: loving your country too much
Countries in Europe 
organized alliances if a 
war began.
NEUTRA 
L 
Countries in Europe 
organized alliances if a 
war began.
NEUTRAL 
Kaiser Wilhelm 
of Germany 
Tsar Ferdinand 
of Bulgaria 
Sultan Mehmed V 
of Ottoman Empire 
Emperor Franz Joseph...
NEUTRAL 
Kaiser Wilhelm 
of Germany 
Tsar Ferdinand 
of Bulgaria 
Sultan Mehmed V 
of Ottoman Empire 
Emperor Franz Joseph...
The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of 
Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie ...
The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of 
Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie ...
The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of 
Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie ...
The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of 
Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie ...
The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of 
Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie ...
The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of 
Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie ...
The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of 
Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie ...
The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of 
Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie ...
2. USA Responds to the War
US President Woodrow Wilson
US President Woodrow Wilson 
Every man who really loves America will act and 
speak in the true spirit of neutrality... Th...
1914 1915 1916 1917 
1914 1915 1916 1917
3. New Technology in World War I
Technology in World War I
Tanks 
Technology in World War I
Tanks 
Technology in World War I
Technology in World War I 
Airplanes
Technology in World War I 
Airplanes
Technology in World War I 
Trench Warfare
Technology in World War I 
Trench Warfare
Technology in World War I 
Trench Warfare
Technology in World War I 
Trench Warfare
Technology in World War I 
Poison Gas
Technology in World War I 
Poison Gas
4. USA Responds to the War
4. USA Responds to the War 
...Part II
The Sinking of the Lusitania in May, 1915.
Great Britain
Great Britain
Great Britain
Great Britain
Great Britain
What attacked the Lusitania?
German U-Boat
German U-Boat
The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
...We intend on the 1st of February 
unrestricted submarine warfare...to keep 
the United States of 
America neutral. In t...
5. USA Enters the War
On April 2, 1917, President Wilson asks Congress to declare war against Germany.
US President Woodrow Wilson 
The world must be made safe for democracy.
America at Home 
During World War I: 
The Poster War
6. Poster Ideas: 
*patriotism –support for your country 
*link home front with military front 
*optimism 
*boost productio...
6. Poster Ideas: 
*recruitment –join the service 
*patriotism –support for your country 
*link home front with military fr...
6. Poster Ideas: 
*recruitment –join the service 
*patriotism –support your country 
*link home front with military front ...
6. Poster Ideas: 
*recruitment –join the service 
*patriotism –support your country 
*link home front with military front ...
6. Poster Ideas: 
*recruitment –join the service 
*patriotism –support your country 
*link home front with military front ...
6. Poster Ideas: 
*recruitment –join the service 
*patriotism –support your country 
*link home front with military front ...
6. Poster Ideas: 
*recruitment –join the service 
*patriotism –support your country 
*link home front with military front ...
6. Poster Ideas: 
*recruitment –join the service 
*patriotism –support your country 
*link home front with military front ...
6. Poster Ideas: 
*recruitment –join the service 
*patriotism –support your country 
*link home front with military front ...
The Poster War 
New Government Agencies 
Support the War
The Poster War 
7. Recruitment 
--Encouraging Men to Enlist
The Most Famous Recruitment Poster
1917 Selective Service Act
1917 Selective Service Act 
4,500,000 American men served in WW1
1917 Selective Service Act 
400,000 African-Americans served in segregated units.
1917 Selective Service Act 
15,000 Native-Americans served.
The Poster War 
8. Encouraging People 
to Save Food
The Poster War 
9. Encouraging People 
to Save Energy
10. Encouraging People 
to Buy War Bonds
The Poster War 
11. Social and Economic 
Opportunities for Women
The Poster War 
12. Social and Economic 
Opportunities 
for African Americans
The Poster War 
13. Social and Economic 
Opportunities for 
Immigrants
The Poster War 
14. Wartime Propaganda
The Poster War 
14. Wartime Propaganda*
The Poster War 
* 
14. Wartime Propaganda 
*Propaganda: Messages designed to influence opinions
The Poster War 
14. Wartime Propaganda 
*Propaganda: Messages designed to influence opinions 
Goal of Propaganda: Anti-Ger...
15. Armistice
Name: 
Date: 
What Do You Know about World War I? 
1. Armistice means ___________________. 
2. What happened at 11 o'clock...
Name: 
Date: 
What Do You Know about World War I? 
1. Armistice means making peace, stopping a war 
2. What happened at 11...
6. Poster Ideas: 
*recruitment –join the service 
*patriotism –support your country 
*link home front with military front ...
Choose a Poster 
Write a Short Essay 
1. Give the poster a title: 
2. Identify the central figures or objects. 
3. What ac...
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  • ‘Cupidity’, R. Ferro, 1916.
  • ‘Cupidity’, R. Ferro, 1916.
  • Satirical drawing from 1914 by German artist Walter Trier.
  • Satirical drawing from 1914 by German artist Walter Trier.
  • Satirical drawing from 1914 by German artist Walter Trier.
  • World War I Facts; Studying Propraganda Posters

    1. 1. November 11
    2. 2. Name: Date: What Do You Know about World War I? 1. Armistice means ___________________. 2. What happened at 11 o'clock on November 11? What year did this happen? 3. Name four causes of World War I: 4. Name two groups who fought each other in the World War. 5. ______________ means did not fight. 6. Who was Gavrilo Princip? 7. Name two kinds of technology that were new in World War I. 8. Who was Woodrow Wilson? 9. Wilson had two positions about the World War. Explain this. 10. What was the Lusitania? 11. What was the Zimmerman Telegram? 12. Name 2 federal agencies that encouraged Americans to support the war effort. 13. Define propaganda. 14. Name three ideas the government promoted in propaganda to convince Americans to support World War I.
    3. 3. What happened on November 11?
    4. 4. What happened on November 11?
    5. 5. America andWorld War I
    6. 6. 1. The Great War Begins
    7. 7. WWI started because of four reasons: 1. wanting more land 2. wanting the biggest military & the most weapons 3.countries promising to help each other 4.ving your country too much
    8. 8. WWI started because of four reasons: 1. Imperialism: wanting more land 2.Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons 3.Alliances: countries promising to help each other 4.Nationalism:oving your country too much
    9. 9. WWI started because of four reasons: 1. Imperialism: wanting more land 2.Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons 3.Alliances: 4.Nationalism: l
    10. 10. WWI started because of four reasons: 1. Imperialism: wanting more land 2.Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons 3.Alliances: 4.Nationalism:
    11. 11. WWI started because of four reasons: 1. Imperialism: wanting more land 2.Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons 3.Alliances: promising to help other countries 4.Nationalism:
    12. 12. WWI started because of four reasons: 1. Imperialism: wanting more land 2.Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons 3.Alliances: promising to help other countries 4.Nationalism:loving your country too much
    13. 13. 1. Imperialism:
    14. 14. 1. Imperialism: wanting more land
    15. 15. 1. Imperialism: wanting more land
    16. 16. ng!to!have!more! 1. Imperialism: wanting more land
    17. 17. 1. Imperialism: wanting more land
    18. 18. I mperialism: wanting more land 1. Imperialism: wanting more land
    19. 19. 1. Imperialism: wanting more land
    20. 20. 1. Imperialism: wanting more land
    21. 21. 1. Imperialism: wanting more land
    22. 22. 1. Imperialism: wanting more land
    23. 23. 2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons
    24. 24. 2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons
    25. 25. 2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons
    26. 26. 2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons
    27. 27. 2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons
    28. 28. 2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons
    29. 29. 2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons
    30. 30. 2. Militarism: wanting the biggest military & the most weapons
    31. 31. 3.Alliances:
    32. 32. 3.Alliances:
    33. 33. 3.Alliances:
    34. 34. 3.Alliances: promising to help other countries
    35. 35. 3.Alliances: promising to help other countries
    36. 36. 3.Alliances: promising to help other countries
    37. 37. 4.Nationalism:
    38. 38. 4.Nationalism: loving your country too much
    39. 39. 4.Nationalism: loving your country too much
    40. 40. Countries in Europe organized alliances if a war began.
    41. 41. NEUTRA L Countries in Europe organized alliances if a war began.
    42. 42. NEUTRAL Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany Tsar Ferdinand of Bulgaria Sultan Mehmed V of Ottoman Empire Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria Hungary French Prime Minister Georges Clemeceau King George V of England Tsar Nicholas II of Russia Allies Central Powers
    43. 43. NEUTRAL Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany Tsar Ferdinand of Bulgaria Sultan Mehmed V of Ottoman Empire Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria Hungary French Prime Minister Georges Clemeceau King George V of England Tsar Nicholas II of Russia Allies Central Powers
    44. 44. The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie during their visit to Serbia in August, 1914.
    45. 45. The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie during their visit to Serbia in August, 1914. Archduke Ferdinand Gavrilo Princip
    46. 46. The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie during their visit to Serbia in August, 1914. Archduke Ferdinand Gavrilo Princip
    47. 47. The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie during their visit to Serbia in August, 1914. Archduke Ferdinand Gavrilo Princip
    48. 48. The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie during their visit to Serbia in August, 1914. Archduke Ferdinand Gavrilo Princip
    49. 49. The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie during their visit to Serbia in August, 1914. We would make very good leaders of Serbia. Archduke Ferdinand Gavrilo Princip
    50. 50. The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie during their visit to Serbia in August, 1914. We would make very good leaders of Serbia. Get out of Serbia! Archduke Ferdinand Gavrilo Princip
    51. 51. The beginning of the Great War: assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, future King of Austria-Hungary and his wife, Sophie during their visit to Serbia in August, 1914. Get out of Serbia! Archduke Ferdinand Gavrilo Princip
    52. 52. 2. USA Responds to the War
    53. 53. US President Woodrow Wilson
    54. 54. US President Woodrow Wilson Every man who really loves America will act and speak in the true spirit of neutrality... The United States must be neutral.
    55. 55. 1914 1915 1916 1917 1914 1915 1916 1917
    56. 56. 3. New Technology in World War I
    57. 57. Technology in World War I
    58. 58. Tanks Technology in World War I
    59. 59. Tanks Technology in World War I
    60. 60. Technology in World War I Airplanes
    61. 61. Technology in World War I Airplanes
    62. 62. Technology in World War I Trench Warfare
    63. 63. Technology in World War I Trench Warfare
    64. 64. Technology in World War I Trench Warfare
    65. 65. Technology in World War I Trench Warfare
    66. 66. Technology in World War I Poison Gas
    67. 67. Technology in World War I Poison Gas
    68. 68. 4. USA Responds to the War
    69. 69. 4. USA Responds to the War ...Part II
    70. 70. The Sinking of the Lusitania in May, 1915.
    71. 71. Great Britain
    72. 72. Great Britain
    73. 73. Great Britain
    74. 74. Great Britain
    75. 75. Great Britain
    76. 76. What attacked the Lusitania?
    77. 77. German U-Boat
    78. 78. German U-Boat
    79. 79. The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
    80. 80. The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
    81. 81. The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
    82. 82. The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
    83. 83. The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
    84. 84. The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
    85. 85. The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
    86. 86. ...We intend on the 1st of February unrestricted submarine warfare...to keep the United States of America neutral. In the event of this not succeeding, we make Mexico a proposal... make war together... The Zimmermann Telegram, sent by Arthur Zimmermann, German Ambassador to Mexico
    87. 87. 5. USA Enters the War
    88. 88. On April 2, 1917, President Wilson asks Congress to declare war against Germany.
    89. 89. US President Woodrow Wilson The world must be made safe for democracy.
    90. 90. America at Home During World War I: The Poster War
    91. 91. 6. Poster Ideas: *patriotism –support for your country *link home front with military front *optimism *boost production at home and at work *encourage conservation of food and energy *enhance people’s personal responsibility *promote hate of the enemy
    92. 92. 6. Poster Ideas: *recruitment –join the service *patriotism –support for your country *link home front with military front *optimism *boost production at home and at work *encourage conservation of food and energy *enhance people’s personal responsibility *promote hate of the enemy
    93. 93. 6. Poster Ideas: *recruitment –join the service *patriotism –support your country *link home front with military front *optimism *boost production at home and at work *encourage conservation of food and energy *enhance people’s personal responsibility *promote hate of the enemy
    94. 94. 6. Poster Ideas: *recruitment –join the service *patriotism –support your country *link home front with military front *optimism *boost production at home and at work *encourage conservation of food and energy *enhance people’s personal responsibility *promote hate of the enemy
    95. 95. 6. Poster Ideas: *recruitment –join the service *patriotism –support your country *link home front with military front *optimism *boost production at home and at work *encourage conservation of food and energy *enhance people’s personal responsibility *promote hate of the enemy
    96. 96. 6. Poster Ideas: *recruitment –join the service *patriotism –support your country *link home front with military front *optimism *boost production at home and at work *encourage conservation of food and energy *enhance people’s personal responsibility *promote hate of the enemy
    97. 97. 6. Poster Ideas: *recruitment –join the service *patriotism –support your country *link home front with military front *optimism *boost production at home and at work *conserve food and energy *enhance people’s personal responsibility *promote hate of the enemy
    98. 98. 6. Poster Ideas: *recruitment –join the service *patriotism –support your country *link home front with military front *optimism *boost production at home and at work *conserve food and energy *enhance personal responsibility
    99. 99. 6. Poster Ideas: *recruitment –join the service *patriotism –support your country *link home front with military front *optimism *boost production at home and at work *conserve food and energy *enhance personal responsibility * hate the enemy
    100. 100. The Poster War New Government Agencies Support the War
    101. 101. The Poster War 7. Recruitment --Encouraging Men to Enlist
    102. 102. The Most Famous Recruitment Poster
    103. 103. 1917 Selective Service Act
    104. 104. 1917 Selective Service Act 4,500,000 American men served in WW1
    105. 105. 1917 Selective Service Act 400,000 African-Americans served in segregated units.
    106. 106. 1917 Selective Service Act 15,000 Native-Americans served.
    107. 107. The Poster War 8. Encouraging People to Save Food
    108. 108. The Poster War 9. Encouraging People to Save Energy
    109. 109. 10. Encouraging People to Buy War Bonds
    110. 110. The Poster War 11. Social and Economic Opportunities for Women
    111. 111. The Poster War 12. Social and Economic Opportunities for African Americans
    112. 112. The Poster War 13. Social and Economic Opportunities for Immigrants
    113. 113. The Poster War 14. Wartime Propaganda
    114. 114. The Poster War 14. Wartime Propaganda*
    115. 115. The Poster War * 14. Wartime Propaganda *Propaganda: Messages designed to influence opinions
    116. 116. The Poster War 14. Wartime Propaganda *Propaganda: Messages designed to influence opinions Goal of Propaganda: Anti-German Feelings *
    117. 117. 15. Armistice
    118. 118. Name: Date: What Do You Know about World War I? 1. Armistice means ___________________. 2. What happened at 11 o'clock on November 11? What year did this happen? 3. Name four causes of World War I: 4. Name two groups who fought each other in the World War. 5. ______________ means did not fight. 6. Who was Gavrilo Princip? 7. Name two kinds of technology that were new in World War I. 8. Who was Woodrow Wilson? 9. Wilson had two positions about the World War. Explain this. 10. What was the Lusitania? 11. What was the Zimmerman Telegram? 12. Name 2 federal agencies that encouraged Americans to support the war effort. 13. Define propaganda. 14. Name three ideas the government promoted in propaganda to convince Americans to support World War I.
    119. 119. Name: Date: What Do You Know about World War I? 1. Armistice means making peace, stopping a war 2. What happened at 11 o'clock on November 11? What year did this happen? 1918 3. Name four causes of World War I: imperialism, nationalism, militarism, alliances. 4. Name two groups who fought each other in the World War: the Allies and the Central Powers. 5. Neutral means did not fight. 6. Who was Gavrilo Princip? He assassinated Archduke Ferdinand & his wife, which began WWI. 7. Name two kinds of technology that were new in World War I. planes, poison gas, trench warfare 8. Who was Woodrow Wilson? Wilson was the 28th US President 9. Wilson had two positions about the World War. Explain this. 10. What was the Lusitania? 11. What was the Zimmerman Telegram? 12. Name 2 federal agencies that encouraged Americans to support the war effort. 13. Define propaganda. 14. Name three ideas the government promoted in propaganda to convince Americans to support World War I.
    120. 120. 6. Poster Ideas: *recruitment –join the service *patriotism –support your country *link home front with military front *optimism *boost production at home and at work *conserve food and energy *enhance personal responsibility * hate the enemy
    121. 121. Choose a Poster Write a Short Essay 1. Give the poster a title: 2. Identify the central figures or objects. 3. What action is happening in this poster? 4.What mood did the artist create? What in the picture creates this mood? 5. What message or idea is the artist showing in this poster? 6. What ideas from the Office of War Information apply to your poster? Support your response with evidence.

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