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SS.912.A.5.5 International Peace and Relief after WWI

What you need to know...

  • You will need to know the various domestic and international peace and relief efforts in which the United States was involved following World War I.
  • You will need to know the social, political, and economic incentives for the development of peace and relief efforts after World War I.

Terms to know include, but are not limited to:
Dawes Plan, Four Power Treaty, Kellogg-Briand Pact, League of Nations, Neutrality Acts, Washington Naval Conference, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

Example 1

In the 1920s, which United States action furthered the goal of international peace?

A.      Signing a pact to outlaw armed conflict

B.      Advocating a policy to promote isolationism

C.      Holding a conference to renounce imperialism

D.      Joining a league to secure military cooperation

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Example 2

One goal for a lasting peace that President Woodrow Wilson included in his Fourteen Points was

A. establishing a League of Nations

B. maintaining a permanent military force in Europe

C. returning the United States to a policy of isolationism

D. blaming Germany for causing World War I

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Example 3

Use your knowledge of U.S history and the political cartoon to answer the following question

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  According to the cartoon, the Neutrality Acts passed by Congress in the mid-1930s:

A.      kept the nation out of war

B.      created jobs for the unemployed in the military defense industry

C.      supported the League of Nations efforts to stop wars in Africa and Asia

D.     helped the democratic nations of Europe against Hitler and Mussolini

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Example 4

Use your knowledge of U.S. history and the political cartoon above to answer the following question.

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After World War I, the opposition of some Members of Congress to the Versailles Treaty was based largely on the idea that the Treaty
 

A.  did not punish the Central Powers harshly enough

B.  did not give the United States an important role in world affairs

C.  would require the United States to join the League of Nations and might result in a loss of United States sovereignty

D.  would require the United States to assume the cost of rebuilding the war-torn European economies

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Example 5

"We are to be an instrument in the hands of God to see that liberty is made secure for mankind."

-President Woodrow Wilson


President Wilson tried to carry out the idea expressed in this quotation by
 

A. protesting the sinking of the Lusitania

B. proposing a program of civil rights for minorities in American society

C. urging the Allies to adopt the Fourteen Points

D. taking control of territories conquered in World War I

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Example 6

In the 1920s, which United States action furthered the goal of international peace?
A. signing a pact to outlaw armed conflict
B. advocating a policy to promote isolationism
C. holding a conference to renounce imperialism
D. joining a league to secure military cooperation

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Example 7

Use the graph below and your knowledge of U.S. History to choose which statement is true.

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A. Immigration to the U.S. increased during the first decade of the 20th century due to World War I.

B. Immigration to the U.S. decreased during the first decade of the early 20th century due to an economic slump and agricultural drought.

C. Immigration to the U.S. increased during the early 20th century due to an economic surplus and technological increase.

D. Immigration hit its lowest point in the 20th century due to onset of the Great Depression.

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FLDOE Tutorial

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In Your Textbook

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Chapter 12

Pages 410 - 431

Teaching Assessments

Historical Bumper Sticker : Use this assignment to create a bumper sticker relative to American political philosopy or the prosperity of the Roaring 20's.