US History: Becoming a World Power

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US History: Becoming a World Power

  1. 1. BECOMING A WORLD POWERSpanish-American War, WWI, Between Wars, and WWII
  2. 2. Age ofImperialismRaw MaterialsNew MarketsSpreadReligion/CultureCompetition
  3. 3. Spanish-American War: Causes Yellow journalism inspired “war fever”
  4. 4. Spanish American War Events Effects Above: Politicalcartoon of Roosevelt Top Right: TR and “Ten thousand miles from tip to tip” the Rough Riders Right: Buffalo Soldiers
  5. 5. Q1. What are the following people/groups remembered for at it relates to the Spanish-American War: Theodore Roosevelt, Rough Riders, John Pershing, 9th and 10th Cavalries?SLIDECAST SUMMARY QUESTION Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)
  6. 6. The Great War Begins Alliances and Course The “isms” of the WarNationalism, imperialism, militarism, and industrialism caused the war
  7. 7. US Enters the WarRoad to EntryMurder on the HighSeasZimmermanTelegram Above: Sinking of the Lusitania Left: Translation of the Zimmerman Telegram
  8. 8. US Enters the War: Americans in Battle
  9. 9. Q2. Why did the Americans join WWI?SLIDECAST SUMMARY QUESTION Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)
  10. 10. The Failed PeaceTreaty of Versailles Isolation vs. InterventionAbove: Germany takes total blame for World War I Right: Should the US isolate or intervene?
  11. 11. Some NewAmendmentsProhibitionWomen’s Suffrage The 18th and 19th Amendments affect the culture of the Roaring 1920s
  12. 12. Q3. What were the 18th and 19th Amendments?SLIDECAST SUMMARY QUESTION Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)
  13. 13. The Great Depression Causes Effects An unending cycle of shame The stock market crashed because ofoverproduction, over -speculation, and over -borrowing
  14. 14. The GreatDepressionThe Dust Bowl
  15. 15. The Great DepressionWorld Leaders Come to FDR’s New DealPower
  16. 16. Q4. What were the 3 causes of the Great Depression?SLIDECAST SUMMARY QUESTION Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)
  17. 17. WWII BeginsUS Sticks withIsolationismHitler BeginsExpansion 1936: Rhineland 1940: Denmark 1938: Austria 1940: Netherlands 1938: Sudetenland 1940: Belgium 1939: Poland 1940: France
  18. 18. WWIIUS Moves TowardsWar December 7, 1941 – “A date which will live in infamy”
  19. 19. Americans in Wartime Changes in the Home front Japanese Internment Below: More than 110,000 Japanese Americans were put into camps Right: WWII propaganda poster for rationingLeft: Rosie the Riveter propaganda poster
  20. 20. A Two Front WarWar in the Atlantic Hitler went back on a non-aggression treaty with Stalin and attacked Stalingrad in the Soviet Union
  21. 21. A TWO FRONT WARBattle in the Atlantic Above: Battle at Kursk in the Soviet Union Left: D-Day on the beaches of Normandy, France Right: Battle of the Bulge on the border of Germany and Belgium
  22. 22. A Two Front WarFDR runs for a 4th term Atrocities of the Holocaust Vice-President Truman (left) Prisoners of Buchenwald and President FDR (right) Concentration Camp in Germany
  23. 23. A Two Front WarBattle in the Pacific
  24. 24. The Decision that Changed HistoryAtomic Bombs The Surrender of Japan The city of Hiroshima after Celebration in Times the bomb blast Square, NYC on V-J Day
  25. 25. Q5. How did the American home front change during WWII?SLIDECAST SUMMARY QUESTION Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)
  26. 26. Picture Citations Slide 2  Slide 8  fresno.k12.ca.us  greatwar.ku.edu Slide 3  Slide 10  americanwiki.pbworks.com  historyonthenet.com  human-carbine.livejournal.com  voxrationis.org  homeofheroes.com  Slide 11  21stcenturycicero.wordpress.com  ohmidog.com Slide 4  theconservativetreehouse.com  en.wikipedia.org  Slide 13  ecommcode.com  mrjunko.weebly.com  home.comcast.net  projectsmrj.pbworks.com Slide 6  en.wikipedia.org  allahcentric.wordpress.com  magnumphotoagency.com  fresno.k12.ca.us  Slide 14  ranchiarchdiocese.org  spydersden.wordpress.com  industrialism.com  english.illinois.edu  blsciblogs.baruch.cuny.edu Slide 7  lostinthemythsofhistory.blogspot.com  archives.gov
  27. 27. Picture Citations contd. . . Slide 15  Slide 21  en.wikipedia.org  northville.k12.mi.us  prospectmagazine.co.uk  en.wikipedia.org  uncyclopedia.wikia.com  history.howstuffworks.com  telegraph.co.uk  Slide 22  forums.comicbookresources.com  historyistheharvestofthepast.blogspot.co Slide 17 m  ushmm.org  holocaust.about.com Slide 18  Slide 23  history.navy.mil  en.wikipedia.org  pdxretro.com  yamariecusiinotebook.wikispaces.com Slide 19  Slide 24  learnnc.org  gwu.edu  nps.gov  en.wikipedia.org  lanternreview.com  history.navy.mil Slide 20  spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk  history.ucsb.edu
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