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TEKS US History High School - H.4.C: World War I

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High School - U.S. History
Social Studies
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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H.4.C: World War I

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  • Q1
    How did the Zimmermann telegram influence U.S. entry into World War I?
    It announced the czar's overthrow in Russia.
    It revealed a proposed military alliance between Mexico and Germany.
    It described Romania's plan to abandon neutrality.
    It contained orders for German U-boats to destroy British passenger ships.
    H.4.C: World War I
  • Q2
    What was one result of the events reported in the excerpt above?
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    The U.S. government boycotted goods imported from Europe.
    The U.S. government abandoned its official policy of neutrality.
    Germany's navy blockaded several Mexican seaports.
    Germany financed the Mexican army's attempted invasion of the United States.
    H.4.C: World War I
  • Q3
    Why did the United States decide to enter World War I?
    A European nation had taken aggressive actions against the United States.
    Communist activities among U.S. immigrants were threatening the country.
    The U.S. president was obligated to fulfill election campaign promises.
    The United States had suffered economically from European sanctions.
    H.4.C: World War I
  • Q4
    Which of the following is the best title for this list?
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    Economic Rivalries Between Cold War Superpowers
    Consequences of Twentieth-Century European Isolationism
    Issues Contributing to the Outbreak of World War I
    Principal Reasons for U.S. Entry into World War II
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  • Q5
    This cartoon depicts President Woodrow Wilson calling on Congress to -
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    ratify the Treaty of Versailles
    issue a declaration of war against Germany
    authorize the use of funds to support Russian revolutionaries
    enact trade sanctions against Germany
    H.4.C: World War I
  • Q6
    Which of the causes underlying World War I was this provision of the Fourteen Points intended to prevent?
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    Blockades and unrestricted submarine warfare
    Nationalism and militarism
    Secret treaties and alliances
    Imperialism and self-determination
    H.4.C: World War I

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