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TEKS US History High School - H.4.F: U.S. Involvement in WWI

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

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H.4.F: U.S. Involvement in WWI

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  • Q1
    Upon entering World War I, the United States enlarged its military by -
    passing the Selective Service Act
    establishing the Marine Corps
    enacting the GI Bill
    creating the Veterans Administration
    60s
    H.4.F: U.S. Involvement in WWI
  • Q2
    The Fourteen Points reflected President Woodrow Wilson's belief that -
    travel among nations should be regulated by an international organization
    no country should be allowed to spend more on defense than any other country
    intervention in the affairs of other nations was never justifiable
    cooperation among international leaders was essential to maintaining world peace
    60s
    H.4.F: U.S. Involvement in WWI
  • Q3
    One reason this provision was included in the Treaty of Versailles was to -
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    create a democratic government in Germany
    divide Germany into smaller states to be governed by Allied countries
    weaken the power of Germany in the international community
    grant independence to all German colonies
    60s
    H.4.F: U.S. Involvement in WWI
  • Q4
    Senator Lodge made this statement in opposition to -
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    a relaxation of U.S. citizenship requirements
    the funding of a massive buildup of the U.S. Navy
    U.S. membership in the League of Nations
    U.S. entry into the Spanish-American War
    60s
    H.4.F: U.S. Involvement in WWI
  • Q5
    Which group followed the advice given in this address?
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    Isolationists regarding the Treaty of Versailles after World War I
    Civil libertarians in Congress after the start of the War on Terror
    Expansionists during the Spanish-American War
    Hawks in Congress during the Vietnam War
    30s
    H.4.F: U.S. Involvement in WWI

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