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Cause of US invlevment in World War 1

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  • Q1
    What factor played a crucial role in shifting American public opinion towards entering World War 1?
    The interception of the Zimmermann Telegram
    The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
    The Paris Peace Conference
    The sinking of the HMS Lusitania
  • Q2
    What was the primary cause of US involvement in World War 1?
    The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
    The sinking of the Lusitania by German submarines
    The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    The Treaty of Versailles
  • Q3
    What impact did the revelation of the Zimmerman Note have on the United States during World War I?
    It led to a peace negotiation between the United States and Germany
    It was one of the factors that led the United States to enter the war on the side of the Allies
    It caused the United States to align with Germany
    It resulted in the United States withdrawing from the conflict
  • Q4
    Why was the United States neutral at the beginning of World War I?
    The U.S. wanted to support the Allied Powers from the start.
    The U.S. had declared war on all European nations.
    The U.S. had a strong alliance with Germany.
    The U.S. followed a policy of isolationism and did not want to get involved in European conflicts.
  • Q5
    What was the Sussex Pledge?
    A military alliance between Britain and France
    A treaty ending World War I
    An agreement on trade tariffs between European countries
    A promise made by Germany to not sink passenger ships without warning
  • Q6
    Which amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified during World War 1, granting women the right to vote?
    The 18th Amendment
    The 20th Amendment
    The 21st Amendment
    The 19th Amendment
  • Q7
    How did World War 1 impact the United States?
    It had no effect on the United States
    It led to an economic boom due to increased industrial production for war materials.
    It caused the United States to be divided into multiple regions
    It resulted in a significant decrease in the U.S. population
  • Q8
    What war did the Treaty of Versailles end?
    Vietnam War
    World War II
    American Civil War
    World War I
  • Q9
    What geopolitical objective influenced United States imperialism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries?
    Pursuit of international humanitarian aid missions
    Focus on domestic infrastructure development
    Strategic expansion to compete with European powers due to b. Political and Military competition
    Advocacy for global disarmament treaties
  • Q10
    Which of the following is an example of US imperialism?
    Mexican-American War
    Russian Revolution
    French Revolution
    Annexation of Hawaii
  • Q11
    Which term refers to the practice of using sensationalist headlines and exaggerated stories to attract readers? This practice played a part in the causes of the Spanish-American War
    Gray news
    Yellow journalism
    Blue reporting
    Black media
  • Q12
    What was the role of the USS Maine in the Spanish-American War following its sinking in 1898?
    It actively participated in naval battles against the Spanish fleet
    It served as a catalyst for the United States to declare war on Spain
    It was salvaged and returned to service by the U.S. Navy
    It remained in Havana harbor as a memorial to the fallen sailors
  • Q13
    Who wrote the influential book 'The Influence of Sea Power Upon History'?
    Winston Churchill
    Thomas Jefferson
    Napoleon Bonaparte
    Alfred Mahan
  • Q14
    What was the purpose of the Great White Fleet sent by the United States(Teddy Rossevelt) in 1907?
    To demonstrate US naval power and promote goodwil
    To deliver humanitarian aid
    To explore polar regions
    To search for new trade routes
  • Q15
    How did Wilson’s Moral Diplomacy influence US intervention in Latin America?
    It aimed to support democratic governments that were like the US.
    It promoted a policy of military aggression towards Latin American nations.
    It sought to establish US military bases in Latin America for strategic purposes.
    It encouraged US corporations to exploit natural resources in Latin American countries.

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