#64        Idealism ch 19   

Last Update: November 13, 2015

OK PASS Objectives

President Wilson brought a strong belief in God's sovereign direction in the universe and moral values to his presidency. Idealism: aspiring to or living in accordance with high standards or principles

Content Standard 3. The student will analyze the changing role of the United States in world affairs at the turn of the twentieth century.

2. Evaluate the causes and effects of World War I on American politics, economy, and society.

  1.  Pancho Villa  attacked American citizens in northern Mexico and then raided and looted the town of Columbus, New Mexico

   2.  President Wilson sent General John Pershing into Mexico to capture Villa

                                           Watch Pancho Villa video 3 min:

Wilson's foreign affairs

 

What was the Mexican regime of
 Victoriano Huerta like? In 1914 Huerta established a harsh military dictatorship. US President Woodrow Wilson became hostile to the Huerta administration, recalled ambassador Henry Lane Wilson, and demanded Huerta step aside for democratic elections
.

   What is Wilson's policy of "watchful waiting"? phrase used by Woodrow Wilson to describe American policy towards Mexico during Mexico's revolutionary period, in a State of the Union address, December 1913. Idealistically he wanted Huerta to conform to the "gospel of peace", become a democratic country.  Bible says there will be "You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come." Matthew 24:6


Watch Satan's Plan 1 min video

      

 

Mexican

dictator Huerta


 

By the 1900's Europe

    1.  Nations of Europe desired to break loose
from their established governments (old monarchies) and rule themselves based on what they saw as "natural" boundaries of national origin. (mouse over map below)
    2.  Liberal philosophies were stirring up the
desire for popular (people voting) rule.
    3.  This led to anarchy, or dictatorship
    4.  New religious thinking of "Higher" criticism, and dialectic thinking opened the door for all kinds of evils.

 

                                                                                           Watch Zepplins 3 min video

Causes of WWI    1914-1918

 

 

1.Entangling Alliances of:


Triple Alliance
= Central Powers (Germany,
Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria) and others.

Triple Entente
=  Allied Powers (England,
France, Russia, U.S.) and others

 

 


2. Evaluate the causes and effects of World War I
on American politics, economy, and society.
A. Analyze the factors leading to the involvement of the United States in World War I (e.g., the alliance systems, submarine warfare, and the Zimmerman Note) and the effects of the war on the United States

2.  Rivalry in the Balkans
2. Evaluate the causes and effects of World War I on American politics, economy, and society.
A. Analyze the factors leading to the involvement of the United States in World War I (e.g., the alliance systems, submarine warfare, and the Zimmerman Note) and the effects of the war on the United States
  3.  New religious liberalism
New religious thinking of "Higher" criticism, and dialectic thinking opened the door for all kinds of evils.

  4.  Assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand


Watch Archduke Ferdinand Assassination 5 min
video
2. Evaluate the causes and effects of World War I on American politics, economy, and society.
A. Analyze the factors leading to the involvement of the United States in World War I (e.g., the alliance systems, submarine warfare, and the Zimmerman Note) and the effects of the war on the United States

5.  Sinking of the Lusitania

Watch on Sinking of the Lusitania 17 min video: Fast forward 5min

6. Zimmermann note

 

Watch Zimmerman Note 3 min video

 

Watch Zimmerman Note 2 min video

2. Evaluate the causes and effects of World War I on American politics, economy, and society.
A. Analyze the factors leading to the involvement of the United States in World War I (e.g., the alliance systems, submarine warfare, and the Zimmerman Note)
Process Standard 1: The student will demonstrate process skills in social studies.
1. Identify, analyze, and interpret primary and secondary sources (e.g., artifacts, diaries, letters, photographs, documents, newspapers, media, and computer-based technologies).
2. Recognize and explain how different points of view have been influenced by nationalism, racism, religion, culture and ethnicity.
3. Distinguish between fact and opinion in examining documentary sources.

Some armies were still fighting on horseback.

16 yr olds were asked to fight nearly a whole generation lost

 
   

Photo Credits:   

 Pancho Villa: http://www.hotmoviesale.com/dvds/10854/1/And-Starring-Pancho-Villa-As-Himself.jpg

'The Heritage of the Great War' http://www.geocities.com/~worldwar1/default.html

Balkan Map: http://biega.com/maps/balkan3.jpg

Alliances: http://www.johndclare.net/images/Alliances_map.GIF

Assassination: http://wwwdelivery.superstock.com