American perceptions about Germans and World War I
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Guidelines for Unit 2 Exam
2) Research and Citations: You may use your textbook, the videos, or other outside sources. In the case of the textbook and the videos, only direct quotes need to be cited, requiring only the author’s last name in parentheses. Outside sources (books, websites, etc.) may also be used, but in this case all information must be cited and must be listed in a works cited (or bibliography) at the end of the essay. For your citations, please use Chicago, MLA, or APA. You will submit your paper through plagiarism checking software, so be sure to cite any and all direct quotes. For help with citations, see the “History / Writing Help” section of the course menu.
3) Submission: PAPER must be submitted through the course website and must be one of the following file types: .doc, .docx, .rtf, or .txt. Do NOT submit .pdf, .pages, or google doc files.
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For Part 1 of the Unit 2 Exam, read the two documents attached above and examine the image located below and attached above. Using the documents, the image, and the textbook, write an essay (minimum 400 words) answering the questions listed below.
NOTE: Read all of document 1. Document 2 is 20 pages long, but you only need to focus on pages 5-10, especially the highlighted portions. Here is a youtube link to actor Mark Ruffalo performing the highlighted portions of the speech in document 2: https://youtu.be/zuGp-0G1p4M
Part 1 Questions:
- In document 1, how does Woodrow Wilson justify his support for American involvement in World War I?
- In document 2, how does Eugene V. Debs justify his opposition to World War I?
- What elements of the image above reflect the ideas presented in documents one and two? How do you think imagery like this affected American perceptions about Germans and World War I?
- Based on the textbook, as well as the documents and the image, explain why the United States intervened in World War I.
Image 1: World War I propaganda poster produced by the United States Army in 1918.