Transcript Wars

 1898
 Conflict
between united states and spain
oringinated in cuba and there struggle for
independence from spain
 Spain declared war on united states on april
24 because the united states wanted to build
a empire
 Journalism
that talked about dramtic events
was a powerful force that inpacted with
spain used in the 1890’s
 New
York journalist published the largest
chain of American newspaper in late 19th
century century in particular “yellow
journalism” to tell about crimes investigative
reports and government and wars
 Also
a new york journalist in his newspaper
wrote about exposes or political corruption
investigative reports like “william heart”
 Spain
coded in longstanding colony of the
Philippines to the united states in the Treaty
of Paris.
 On February 4, 1899 just two days before
the U.S. senate ratified the treaty, fighting
broke out between American and Filipino
nationality by Emilio Aguinaldo who sought
independence rather than a change in
colonial rulers.
 This
is also known as the First World War, was
a global war or the Great War , was a global
war centered in Europe that began on 28 July
1914 and lasted until 11 November 1918.
 The
28th U.S. president, served in from 1913
to 1921 and led America through World War 1
(1924-1918). An advocate for democracy and
world peace, Wilson is often ranked by
historians as one of the nation’s greatest
 Controles
how clean , safe and if the
company should ship out its goods for other
foods that are not meat and drugs
 Lets
federal prevent mistreated meat and
products being sold as food
 Act of 1906
 “black
jack” (1860-1948)
 Was promted to general of armies during
world war 1 “the highest rank” ever in the
 (1895-1918)
was a serbian nationalist who
became the catalyst for world war 1 when he
assassinated austrain archduke franz
ferdinand june 18, 1914
 (1893-1918)
one of many world war 1 soldiers
who turned poetry to express their honor at
the war like one third of all enlightment born
in 1893
 (1813-1906)
Was a former farmer who
patented barbed wire which revolutionized
the American west and covered the
battlefields of world war 1. After seeing a
demonstration of a type of wire to enclose
large spaces of cattle ranching, Glidden
perfected his invention and patented his
barbed wire in 1874.
 Manfred
Von Richthofen(1892-1918)
popularly known as the “red baron” was the
most successful ace of world war 1 with over
80 credited victories.
 By
the time the United States entered World
War 1, the conflict had reached a deadly
stalemate. The opposing armies stared at
one another no man’s land, a shell torn, body
strewn, machine-gun stretch of earth
separating that sliced across France.
 American
troops were assigned increasingly
important parts during the Germans summer
offense. More than 25,000 manned the left
side of the allied lines when Germany
attempted to crash through along a 20-mile
front stretching Montdidier and Noyon on
June 9th.
 After
the second battle of Marne, the Allies
barely stopped to catch their breaths before
they resumed their offensive against the now
reeling German army.
 Number
of German soldiers killed in battle
during World War 1: 2,000,000 people
 Number of Russian soldiers killed in battle
during World War 1: 1,700,000 people
 Number of French soldiers killed in battle
during World War 1: 1,400,000 people
 Number of American soldiers killed in battle
during World War 1: 50,000 people
 World
War 1 was a watershed moment for
America, a time when an isolationist nation
involved itself in world affairs and began the
rise to the economic and military power that
America is today.