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The War to end all Wars (1914-1918)

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HISTORY NOTES FEB 25 ?The War to End All Wars?, 1914-1918 Todays Questions Why did World War 1 begin and what factors brought America into the conflict? To what extent would you consider World War 1 to be a ?good? war for the American people and nation? Origins and conduct of the war U.S. Origins of Belligerency American Neutrality Public Opinion and Trade U-Boats and the sinking of the Lusitania U.S. Enters the war Zimmerman Telegram Declaration of war III. The expanding powers of the Federal Government Increasing Federal Power Herbert Hover and the Food Administration: Lever Act meaning don?t sell your wheat to the people sell it to the government Financing the War (bonds) Liberty bonds Liberty bonds financed about 20% of the war. War Revenue Act of 1917

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