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Chapters 1-9 Study Guide


Gavrilo Princip- killed Archduke Ferdinand, member of the Black Hand
Black Hand- terrorist organization
Franz Ferdinand & Sophie- heirs of the Austria- Hungarian Empire
Sarajevo- the capital of the Austria- Hungarian Empire
Lusitania- Largest and Fastest ship in the Atlantic; ship that was torpedoed by Germany (British)
U-20- U-boat that torpedoed the Lusitania
Zimmerman Note- German foreign ambassador ask Mexico to start War with America
Central Powers- Turkish-Ottoman Empire, Germany, Austria-Hungarian Empire
Allies- Britain, France, Russia, Japan, Italy
Armistice Day- The day that WWI ended
Peace without victory- no punishment for the WWI losers
Self-determination- voting to end the old imperialist system by the Fourteen Points
The Fourteen Points- 14 points that would help the world (Woodrow Wilson)
League of Nations- a world organization
Treaty of Versailles- a peace treaty that was signed at the Versailles; where Germany was blamed
for the whole thing and had a massive bill to pay for
Isolationism- America tried to isolate them from the world
Pandemic- all people (Greek)
Influenza- intangible visitation (a visit by something you cant touch)
Normalcy- the way things used to be
The Armory Show- a show that displayed unknown artist at the time and made them famous
Temperance- moderation
Prohibition- outlawing drinking
18th Amendment- selling liquor was made law in 1920

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Bootleggers- people who sold liquor illegally (used to put liquor in their boots
The Volstead Act- the law that enforced prohibition
Speakeasy- an illegal bar that sold liquor
21st Amendment- Amendment that got rid of prohibition
Suffragists- womens rights activist
Dr. W. W. Parker- said men were a lot better than women
Alice Paul- organized a womens suffrage motorcade
Hunger strikes- Women wouldnt eat in prison and had to be force fed
Prison reform- making a stand that all prisoners should be treated like people
19th Amendment- Women can vote
Jeanette Rankin- first woman elected to Congress (Montana)
Susan B. Anthony- womens suffragist (1850s)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton- womens suffragist (1850s)
Last state to ratify 19th Amendment- Tennessee
Communism- movement whose ultimate goal is to establish a communist society
Anarchists- people who dont believe in governments
Sacco and Vanzetti- anarchists accused of murdering a paymaster and his guard, were convicted
and executed; no one knows if they did
Witch hunting- when people go around accusing people of crimes
Ku Klux Klan- a hate organization that hated blacks, immigrants, Communist, Catholics, and
Jews
Teapot Dome- the place where the government was getting oil for the military
29th President- Warren Harding
Silent Cal- Calvin Coolidge
Philo Farnsworth- man who invented the idea for the picture tube of a TV
Flappers- girls with short hair, short skirts, and lipstick in the 1920s

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The Babe Chapter- Babe Ruth was a baseball hero


Harlem- A New York community that grew rapidly
GershwinCoplandHemingwayFaulknerFitzgeraldCassattWood-