HISTORY 2019 B

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  • THE SPARK OF WW1

    THE SPARK OF WW1
    The assassination of Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary = Sarajevo.
  • NEW WEAPONS

    NEW WEAPONS
    Tanks, machine guns, poison gas...
  • CAUSES OF WW1

    CAUSES OF WW1
    Militarism
    Alliances
    Imperialism
    Nationalism
    Extreme Leaders
  • TRENCH WARFARE

    TRENCH WARFARE
    The way they fought, a few trenches fighting against each other.
  • ELECTION OF 1916

    ELECTION OF 1916
    Wilson "dove" and Charles E. Hughes: "Hawks". Both hands campaigned for peace and neutrality.
  • FOUR MAIN FRONTS

    FOUR MAIN FRONTS
    Great Britain, France, United States and Germany.
  • FOURTEEN POINTS

    FOURTEEN POINTS
    Created by Woodrow Wilson, the Fourteen Points were the best chance to end the fights and finally bring peace to Europe.
  • TREATY OF VERSAILLES

    TREATY OF VERSAILLES
    Treat of peace between France, Great Britain and the United States created at the end of the World War 1.
  • FLAPPERS

    FLAPPERS
    A flapper was a term for the women that wore short skirts, short hair and listened to Jazz Music.
  • 19th AMENDMENT

    19th AMENDMENT
    The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex. Women got the right to vote.
  • JAZZ MUSIC

    JAZZ MUSIC
    The 1920s was the year in which the famous music genre called 'Jazz' was created, and that was the type of music the flappers listened.
  • STOCK MARKET

    STOCK MARKET
    During the 1920s, people were buying on the margin. They bought stocks and only paid a part of them.
  • PROHIBITION

    PROHIBITION
    Prohibition was a new rule created for all the people in the United States, and it was basically that people could not drink, sale, or create alcohol.
  • SPEAKEASY

    SPEAKEASY
    That was the term that referred to the illegal bars that actually did sell alcohol during prohibition.
  • LINCOLN'S MEMORIAL

    LINCOLN'S MEMORIAL
    A memorial dedicated to Abraham Lincoln was built in 1922 in Washington D.C.
  • TIME MAGAZINE

    TIME MAGAZINE
    In 1923, the famous magazine called 'Time Magazine' was published for the first time.
  • Jocham Peiper

    He was an army officer
  • CALVIN COOLIDGE'S PRESIDENCY

    CALVIN COOLIDGE'S PRESIDENCY
    Calvin Coolidge won his first election and was proclaimed president of the United States of America.
  • SCOTT FITZGERARD

    SCOTT FITZGERARD
    The author of "The Great Gatsby", and more famous books.
  • THEORY OF EVOLUTION

    THEORY OF EVOLUTION
    In the 1920s, the Theory of Evolution was beginning to be a thing and the teacherJohn T. Scoppes from Tenessee was the one that started teaching it in school
  • PROSPERITY

    PROSPERITY
    A successful, flourishing or thriving condition (business cycle)
  • THE GREAT DEPRESSION

    THE GREAT DEPRESSION
    A period lasting from 1929 to 1940, in which the U.S. economy was in a severe decline and millions of Americans were unemployed
  • THE RED SCARE

    THE RED SCARE
    Society suffered fear because there was a potential rise of communism, anarchism, or radical leftism
  • FOREIGN POLICY

    FOREIGN POLICY
    The US passed the Hawley-Smoot Tariff in the 1930s stopping the flow of foreign goods into the US.
  • THE THREE R'S

    THE THREE R'S
    Relief, Recovery, and Reform. It was a new deal program created by Roosevelt.
  • NATION BANK HOLIDAY

    NATION BANK HOLIDAY
    The goal of this order was to inspect the banks and have them all controlled.
  • BRAIN TRUST

    BRAIN TRUST
    An organization full of experts. He created it to receive help and advise.
  • FRANCES PERKINS

    FRANCES PERKINS
    Frances Perkins was the first woman that Roosevelt appointed to his cabinet.
  • KING FISH

    KING FISH
    His real name was Huey Long, and he was Louisiana's governor and senator. His purpose was to share the wealth.
  • CHARLES COUGHLIN

    CHARLES COUGHLIN
    He was also called the 'Radio Priest' and he supported FDR at first, Then, he grew impatiently with New Deal.
  • THEORY OF JOHN MAYNARD KEYNESS

    THEORY OF JOHN MAYNARD KEYNESS
    Total spending in the economy and its effects on output and inflation.
  • THE BEGINNING OF WWII

    THE BEGINNING OF WWII
    World War 2 started in 1939 when Adolf Hitler attacked and invaded Poland.
  • HITLER

    HITLER
    Adolf Hitler, an Austrian man, joined the German army in WW1. He was never an officer and was wounded in the leg. His purpose was to 'save Germany', so he became a dictator of the country.
  • MAIN CAUSES OF WW2

    MAIN CAUSES OF WW2
    Nationalism, imperialism, militarism, fascism and totalitarian dictatorships.
  • ALLIED POWERS

    ALLIED POWERS
    Germany, Japan, Italy
  • AXIS POWERS

    AXIS POWERS
    Germany, Austria Turkey
  • FASCISM IN GERMANY

    FASCISM IN GERMANY
    Adolf Hitler's goal was to rebuild Germany because he wasn't happy with how the country was working.