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AMERICA IN WORLD WAR I

AMERICA IN WORLD WAR I

Discusses the sinking of the Lusitania, American neutrality, why the U.S. entered the war, women and minorities in the war, anti-draft efforts, trench warfare, Wilson's Fourteen Points, and the Versailles Treaty and League of Nations. Activities: creating propaganda posters, developing a digital timeline focusing on American foreign policy before its entry into WWI, and writing an op-ed article about the Versailles Treaty from the perspective of a historical figure.

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ZP413-WBSSS 9781560047520 PowerPoint® presentation $49.95
ZP413PP-WBSSS Downloadable PowerPoint® presentation, teacher's guide (zip file; 7.5 MB) $49.95

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