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Compare Canadians' reaction to the announcement of World War I with that of World War II. Why did many people volunteer? Well this what my friend said. The World War I announcement shattered Canadian's hearts, they were not willing to help with the war because the government ...
November 11, 2011 by Mohammad
for the question like 2 days ago. About world war I and World war 2 announcement. I think I may be wrong because people were happy to go to ww1 they thought it be fun and easy money but ww2 they had to go no choice. they need to step out of depression only way to make money, ...
November 14, 2011 by Mohammad
The effects of World War II are best judged as A)very unimportant because the war lasted only a short time. B)somewhat unimportant because the United States and its allies won. C)neutral because wars still take place around the world. D)very significant because millions of ...
September 14, 2015 by Appreciated Help
World War I 1. The alliance system was supposed to prevent war, but it turned a local conflict into a general European war. Why did it fail so badly? 2. World War I cost Germany and other European countries on an economic and a social level. How were people's everyday lives ...
March 3, 2010 by Matthew
1.) INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: Why is there such a massive gap in the world today between rich and poor nations? 2.) IMPERIALISM: How does imperialism continue to affect the world we live in? 3.) WORLD WAR I: How did World War I and new scientific advances affect Western culture? ...
November 20, 2015 by Ellie
o What were Americans afraid of during the Cold War? o How did the alliances formed during World War II change after World War II because of the Cold War? o How did Cold War ideology and policies affect U.S. foreign policy from the 1940s through the 1950s?
January 16, 2010 by Anonymous
1.Who were the members of the Triple Alliance? The Triple Entente? 2. What single event set in motion the start of world war 1. 3. Which of the forces at work in Europe played the greatest role in helping to prompt the outbreak of World War 1? 4. Do you think World War 1 was ...
September 2, 2009 by Chris
1. Perhaps the most important international result of World War II was a. the emergence of the Cold War. b. Britain's return to world dominance. c. the elimination of Germany from world affairs. d. America's return to isolationism. --------------------------my answer A Because...
April 29, 2008 by CM
By now, you should be familiar with the causes and alliances of World War I and understand why the war began, who fought in the war, and the way the war was fought. Assignment: Are you the type of person who likes to write? Do you feel like writing helps you communicate your ...
August 15, 2011 by maria
What event (or events) mainly caused the fall of the British Empire? A. World War II B. the colonies rose up and fought back against the empire C. infighting between the British leaders caused it to implode from within D. both World War I and World War II My first choice (a.) ...
December 16, 2015 by John
1. A group of middle school students who help small children. 2. A group of middle school students who helps small children. (Do we have to use 'help' or 'helps'?) 3. World War II 1) World War Two the Second World War 2) World War two. the second World War (Which one is ...
November 22, 2009 by rfvv
TRUE OR FALSE (The First World War) 1. Until 1915, most Americans thought of the war as a European conflict that would have little effect in the United States. 2. Big Berthas were massive ships used to transport German troops. 3. The Treaty of Versailles demanded that Russia ...
March 11, 2014 by Anonymous
Socials - World War I
Hey, could someone please give me some documentary links telling about the world war I? The teacher also showed us this documentary in class, and I was trying to look for it, but I cant find, I think it was called Canada in World War I. And I had some questions related to it. ...
October 19, 2011 by Mysterious
World History Answer Check
What was the effect of total war on ordinary citizens during World War I? A: Military conscription, food rationing, and an increase in taxes were the effects that total war had on ordinary citizens.
November 11, 2014 by Victoria
who was the President of the United States that had won re-election in 1916 on the platform "he kept us out of the war" that now led the country into world War I? Woodrow Wilson
February 6, 2008 by Roderick
Identify which of the following events was NOT a major influence of the Modernist writers. *Great Depression *World War I *World War II (i thought it would be the Harlem renaissance but its not a answer choice.)
May 18, 2012 by Anonymous
world war 1
world war 1: (1) how did the cuban fight for independence affect the United States? Give 2examples. (2) describe two problems faced by the builders of the panama canal. How was each problem solved?
February 24, 2009 by 8th grade social
history/world war 1
for this assignment i'm doing i have to list 3 specific reason for why the U.S joined world war one and i can only think of 2 which are 1.german submarine warfare(sinking of the Lusitania 2.Zimmerman telegram thanks!
January 19, 2010 by jess
Can someone give me a website to get references on creating a timeline tracking the following major themes/paradigm shifts in Ameeican history from World War I through the end of World War II 1945
March 29, 2010 by Dellaine
Modern World History
World War One Can someone tell me the final chain of events that led the world to war.. What was the final chain of events that led the world to war? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_I Be sure to go to the box which serves as a table of contents for this article. There's...
February 13, 2007 by Bryan
1)How did enlistment in the Canadian military change between first world war and second world war? What changed? I have a few points but I can't think of any more 2)how has the Canadian military changed from the second world war? Research the the inclusion policies to see how ...
May 23, 2014 by Al
gr.10 history(a little question on world war one!!
which countries were part of the triple entente in the first world war one?
February 18, 2009 by Saira
history/how wars affect government power
Analyze (using specific examples) how Americaís wars and national emergencies (World War I, Great Depression, World War II, early Cold War, Vietnam, and 9/11) have prompted the national government to assume larger and larger powers. specifically, How did Cold War conflicts, ...
June 4, 2009 by brooke
I need some help, I'm currently writing a ''World war one Trench warfare letter'' I'm supposed to write a letter just like soldiers did in world war 1, and I'm all out of ideas.. help?
October 14, 2009 by Eric
Source-(The event which finally triggered war came on 28th June in Sarajevo, a town in the Austro-Hungarian Provence of Bosnia) How important was the assassinations of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife in causing the First World War? (5 marks)
September 2, 2009 by Lauren
World History !
What world events led to the rising tide of economic nationalism that swept latin america during the late 1920 and 1930s? 1) the price of lati american exports to the united states rose during world war 1 and climbed even higher during the great depression. 2) World war 1 ...
December 16, 2011 by Ciara's Sister
Could you please check these last two sentences, please? Thank you for your help. 1. Britain entered the First World War in 1914 by declaring war on Germany after the German invasion of Belgium. Peace was made at Versailles in 1919. Many British war poets expressed their ...
June 21, 2011 by Henry1
1. why did the british goverment decide to evacuate children from britains major cities at the start of the second world war?? 2.what were the diffrent reactions of people in britain to the policy of evacuating children during the secon world war???
May 10, 2009 by emmerson
9. Which of the following was not a major influence of the Modernist writers? (1 point) hope World War I World War II prosperity 10. An authorís attitude toward a piece of work is (1 point) tone voice style mood My answers: 9.c 10.a
May 8, 2012 by breanna kern
Between 1935 and 1957, a period that included World War II, the birth rate rose from 16.9 to 25 per 1000 people. What was the most likely cause of this "baby boom?" A) the change in view toward artificial birth control methods B) the return of young American soldiers from war ...
June 18, 2012 by mary
world war 2 question?
WHAT ACTIONS USA AND IT'S EUROPEAN ALIES COULD HAVE TAKEN TO PREVENT WORLD WAR 2 One possible answer could be that they could have not allowed Hitler to build Germany's army to a level that surpassed restrictions imposed by the League of Nations after World War I. Also, an ...
September 21, 2006 by moghul88
Modern World History
Can someone give me some ideas on what they think, your views might have been about the coming war of World War 1. Most people in Europe didn't want war, but were forced into it by their nationalistic and militaristic leaders and their enemies. Of course, the nations that were...
February 11, 2007 by Brandon
One of the ironies of World War I was that in a war 'to make the world safe for democracy,' the government attacked the civil liberties that make democracy possible. Assess the validity of the statement above.
April 23, 2013 by McKenzie
Canada's help in the World War 1 victory helped Canada become... A. A British Colony B. A World Power C. A French Colony D. Involved in the War of 1812 Thank You Soooo much for helping! I Really Appreciate your help! :)
March 10, 2015 by Amber
1) How did Germany's use of unrestricted submarine warfare lead to American entry into World War I? A: Germany's use of unrestricted submarine warfare lead to American entry into World War I after German submarines destroyed American ships, killing 128 Americans. 2) How did ...
October 26, 2015 by Victoria
AP US History
One of the ironies of World War I was that in a war 'to make the world safe for democracy,' the government attacked the civil liberties that make democracy possible.
April 24, 2013 by Mack
Between 1935 and 1975, a period that included Worl War II, the birth rate rose from 16.9 to 25 per 1000 people. what was the most likely cause of this baby boom? a) the change in view toward artificial birth control methods b) the exxpansion of the middle class and its new ...
May 1, 2008 by nathaly
please help me on my history assessment its due tomorrow morning so its urgent the assessment is based on world war 1 innovation and inventions we were to choose a technology and i choose weapons now we have to write how did weapons make world war 1 a war to end all wars this ...
November 13, 2012 by tonitara
What was the name of the nonmilitary struggle between the United States and its allies (anti-Communists) and the former Soviet Union and its allies (Communists) that began shortly after World War II and continued through the 1980s? a. Cold War. b. Bolshevik War. c. Vietnam ...
October 17, 2011 by Brann
What are two other social changes that occurred during 1865 and 1945 thats not on this list: The Fourteeth Amendment Railroads City life and City culture The political machine Wilson's Fourteen Points Progressivsm World War I Pearl Harbor World War II
February 8, 2011 by Rena
english help please!!
Has anyone read the War of the worlds? I need to make a topic sentence for either 1. Based on this chapter, what might be the authorís message or theme? or 2. How is H. G. Wellsí fictional world in War of the Worlds similar to the real world? Help me please :(
September 23, 2015 by Oscar
What are main beliefs of the sunni verses the shiites? During the war of 1980, what were the Sunnis and Shiites relationship? Has is changed since the war? What is their affects on the war currently occuring in Iraq?
November 4, 2007 by Katie
What slowed down the United States entrance into World War one? European countries had been fighting wars off and on for many years. There was a strong feeling in the U.S. that we didn't want to be involved in Europe's wars. Germany was not a direct threat to the U.S. and the ...
April 6, 2007 by Felicia
My assignment is to write a newspaper article for a British coloum in summer of the year 1914 when world war one just began. I need to state the reasons why the world war one began through the eyes of Britain. I don't know how to start or what to say can you help me?
February 12, 2008 by Carrie
An unintended consequence of World War II was the creation of the nation of Israel in order to A. Provide a buffer zone between the West and Communist East. B. Establish a Jewish homeland. C. Create a refuge for Germans who lost their homes during World War II. D. Give Great ...
January 30, 2012 by anonymous
What does lenin have to do with Tsarism, World War 1, March revolution and the provisional government, November Revolution, the civil war, War Communism, national Economic Policy, Trotsky, Stalin, and the Comintern?
March 14, 2014 by Crystal
At the end of World War I the Allieds had established the League of Nations as an international organization designed to ensure global peace, but it had failed miserably due to the fact that it did not possess the military force necessary to enforce any of its sanctions. What ...
May 4, 2008 by Sue
which of the following statements about World War 1 would be most difficult to prove and disprove a. American casualties were more numerous than in any other war. b. it was the first war in which the opposing sides used airplanes c. the U.S government spent more on armaments ...
July 7, 2011 by Anonymous**
How did World War I change attitudes among African Americans toward themselves and their country? A: World War I made African Americans defiant, prideful of their race, and wanting power in their country.
November 4, 2015 by Victoria
My teacher wants me to write a historical fiction story. We need a source from the internet with ".edu" at the end of the address. My paper is going to be on World War II, so could you find a website on World War II with ".edu" at the end?
March 2, 2009 by Ben
True or False The population of the United States dropped sharply after World War II. -----------------my answer: True Because world war II resulted in more deaths and destroyed more propertey than any other was in history. is it right?
April 30, 2008 by CM
What was one event that helped make the united states a world power? A. The country experienced the Great Depression. B. The country fought in World War I. C. The country signed the Peace of Paris D. The country fought in the French and Indian War.
January 30, 2015 by Helper
A colleague, an amateur pilot, shows up at a critical meeting with some Japanese executives wearing a tie adorned with pictures of a P51D Mustang escorting a B-29 Superfortress (the Mustang is a World War II fighter and the Superfortress is the type of plane that dropped the ...
November 28, 2010 by maggie
Can you please check these sentences? Thank you very much. 1) Vietnam was divided into two parts after World War Two. North Vietnam was communist under the governement of Ho Chi Minh whereas South Vietnam was under control of the US. 2) The USA started to send soldiers to ...
February 23, 2011 by Mike
socialstudies(check answers please)
what was the purpose of the gettysburg address? A.to end the revolutionary war and gain independence.(I PICKED THIS) B.to launch the war for independence and american democracy. C.to honor fallin soldiers in the civil war and cement notion of equailty for all people. D.To ...
November 18, 2013 by minate
My assignment is to write an editorial for the London Telegraph(Britain).I have to write as if it was the summer of 1914 when World War One began and state what i think are the real causes of the World War One through the eyes of Britain. Could you give me some guidance or ...
February 11, 2008 by Faye
for the question how did canadas policy of total war change the economy? why was the policy necessary? for this one i wrote that canada manufacture lots of things like military vehicles, tanks. Ships for navy, new planes, and bombers, military vehicles and tanks, munitions ...
November 14, 2011 by Mohammad
1. The Cossacks were a nomadic people who a. led the Russian expansion overseas b. led the Russian expansion eastward towards Siberia c. led the Russian political expansion south and west d. led the Russian expansion to the new world B? 2. the conflict that was fought between ...
January 23, 2012 by mysterychicken