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1 Jeopardy People Places Dates Events Luck of the Draw Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Double Jeopardy

2 $100 Question from People Author of the Fourteen Points

3 $100 Answer from People Woodrow Wilson

4 $200 Question from People Nickname for U.S. soldiers in WWI

5 $200 Answer from People Doughboys

6 $300 Question from People World War I began when this person was killed.

7 $300 Answer from People Archduke Franz Ferdinand

8 $400 Question from People Commander of U.S. Forces during WWI

9 $400 Answer from People General John Blackjack Pershing

10 $500 Question from People Leader of Germany during World War I Please give name and title

11 $500 Answer from People Kaiser William II (or Wilhelm II)

12 $100 Question from Places Country where most of the fighting on the Western Front took place; a member of the Allied Powers

13 $100 Answer from Places France

14 $200 Question from Places Leader of the Triple Alliance and the Central Powers

15 $200 Answer from Places Germany Germany

16 $300 Question from Places Empire allied with Germany and Italy in the Triple Alliance before World War I

17 $300 Answer from Places Austria-Hungary

18 $400 Question from Places 700-year old empire broken up after World War I; it was one of the Central Powers, and fought on the Eastern Front

19 $400 Answer from Places Ottoman Empire

20 $500 Question from Places Region, including Serbia and Croatia, in which nationalism (pan-slavism) and a desire for independence from Austria- Hungary created a powder keg before the war

21 $500 Answer from Places Balkan Peninsula

22 $100 Question from Dates Year in which WWI began

23 $100 Answer from Dates 1914

24 $200 Question from Dates Month, Day and Year of Armistice agreement

25 $200 Answer from Dates 11/11/18

26 $300 Question from Dates Year in which the U.S. entered WWI

27 $300 Answer from Dates 1917

28 $400 Question from Dates Year in which Treaty of Versailles was signed

29 $400 Answer from Dates 1919

30 $500 Question from Dates Year in which the Russian Revolution took place.

31 $500 Answer from Dates 1917

32 $100 Question from Events The assassination of an Austrian archduke triggered the start of World War I. Where did this event take place (give city or country).

33 $100 Answer from Events City = Sarajevo Country = Serbia (at the time)

34 $200 Question from Events The sinking of this ship helped turn public opinion in the U.S. away from neutrality and toward support of the Allied Powers

35 $200 Answer from Events Lusitania

36 $300 Question from Events After the War, the U.S. refused to join this organization formed for nations to solve conflicts peacefully.

37 $300 Answer from Events League of Nations

38 $400 Question from Events World War I killed 18 million people around the world. After the War, however, 20 million more people died. What killed them?

39 $400 Answer from Events Spanish Flu

40 $500 Question from Events Document that sparked the U.S. to enter World War I

41 $500 Answer from Events Zimmermann Note

42 $100 Question from Luck of the Draw Place where final peace treaty of World War I was signed

43 $100 Answer from Luck of the Draw Versailles

44 $200 Question from Luck of the Draw Information often biased presented in a way as to influence opinions

45 $200 Answer from Luck of the Draw Propaganda

46 $300 Question from Luck of the Draw Build-up of armies and weapons, one of the main causes of World War I

47 $300 Answer from Luck of the Draw Militarism

48 $400 Question from Luck of the Draw At the beginning of World War I, what was the policy that described the U.S. involvement in the war?

49 $400 Answer from Luck of the Draw Neutrality

50 $500 Question from Luck of the Draw Colonies in the Middle East (and other places) after WWI, controlled by the winners of the War. Examples Iraq and Palestine

51 $500 Answer from Luck of the Draw Mandates

52 Double Jeopardy People Places Dates Events Luck of the Draw Q $200 Q $400 Q $600 Q $800 Q $1000 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $600 Q $600 Q $600 Q $600 Q $800 Q $800 Q $800 Q $800 Q $1000 Q $1000 Q $1000 Q $1000 Final Jeopardy

53 $200 Question for People Leader of the Russian Revolution

54 $200 Answer for People Vladimir Lenin

55 $400 Question for People Nazi (Fascist) leader of Germany, 1930

56 $400 Answer for People Adolf Hitler

57 $600 Question for People Fascist leader of Italy, 1922

58 $600 Answer for People Benito Mussolini

59 $800 Question for People U.S. President ( ) who led the country through the Great Depression and World War II

60 $800 Answer for People Franklin D. Roosevelt

61 $1000 Question for People Leader of Ethiopia who appealed to the League of Nations to stop Italy s attacks on Ethiopia

62 $1000 Answer for People Haile Selassie

63 $200 Question for Places Country that was forced to accept the War Guilt Clause, accepting all responsibility for World War I

64 $200 Answer for Places Germany

65 $400 Question for Places Country that invaded Manchuria, 1931

66 $400 Answer for Places Japan

67 $600 Question for Places Country where the worldwide Great Depression began

68 $600 Answer for Places United States

69 $800 Question for Places Country, led by Haile Selassie, attacked by Italy in the 1930s

70 $800 Answer for Places Ethiopia

71 $1000 Question for Places Two places that became British mandates following World War I

72 $1000 Answer for Places Possible Answers: Iraq Palestine Transjordan

73 $200 Question for Dates Decade of prosperity in the U.S., known for Jazz, Prohibition, and women s rights

74 $200 Answer for Dates Roaring 20s

75 $400 Question for Dates Date of Black Tuesday, the day the Stock Market crashed leading to the Great Depression

76 $400 Answer for Dates October 29, 1929

77 $600 Question for Dates Year of both the Battle of Gallipoli and the sinking of the Lusitania

78 $600 Answer for Dates 1915

79 $800 Question for Dates Year in which the Zimmermann Note was sent from Germany to Mexico

80 $800 Answer for Dates 1917

81 $1000 Question for Dates Year in which Russia withdrew from WWI and in which the U.S. led the defeat of the Germans in the Battle of the Argonne.

82 $1000 Answer for Dates 1918

83 $200 Question for Events Stalin s highly ambitious plan ( ) for economic progress in the Soviet Union

84 $200 Answer for Events Five-Year Plan

85 $400 Question for Events Guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution s 19 th Amendment, which was ratified in 1920.

86 $400 Answer for Events Women s Suffrage

87 $600 Question for Events Worldwide economic catastrophe marked by unemployment and terrible inflation

88 $600 Answer for Events Great Depression

89 $800 Question for Events Conflict between the White Russians (Mensheviks) and the Reds (Bolsheviks) following the Russian Revolution; the Bolsheviks won

90 $800 Answer for Events Russian Civil War

91 $1000 Question for Events Conflict that took place almost 50 years before the Treaty of Versailles was signed in which Germany took territory (Alsace- Lorraine) from France

92 $1000 Answer for Events Franco-Prussian War

93 $200 Question for Luck of the Draw President Roosevelt s plan for solving the problems of the Great Depression

94 $200 Answer for Luck of the Draw New Deal

95 $400 Question for Luck of the Draw Wilson s plan for a fair and lasting peace following World War I, presented to Congress in January 1918

96 $400 Answer for Luck of the Draw Fourteen Points

97 $600 Question for Luck of the Draw Full name of the country established by the Bolsheviks (formerly Russia)

98 $600 Answer for Luck of the Draw Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

99 $800 Question for Luck of the Draw 1. n. British and French policy to avoid war with Hitler, letting him get away with invasion of Sudetenland and otherwise violating the Treaty of Versailles 2. n. Giving in to avoid conflict

100 $800 Answer for Luck of the Draw Appeasement

101 $1000 Question for Luck of the Draw Belief in a very strong state with almost no individual rights, embraced by Mussolini, Hitler, and Spanish dictator Francisco Franco

102 $1000 Answer for Luck of the Draw Fascism

103 Category: Battles Final Jeopardy

104 Final Jeopardy The last offensive of the war, this was a battle remembered in a poem by William Keating. The Americans played a significant role in the battle, 1918.

105 Time s Up!

106 Final Jeopardy Answer Argonne (or Meuse-Argonne)

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