In regards to America: Pathways to the Present, compile a list of ten descriptive phrases that characterized the USA and Europe after the war.
Seeing that we are examining or searching for ten phrases, I think we can go from the very mundane to the very complex. Phrase one: America and the allied forces had stood victorious after engaging in the world's bloodiest affairs. Two: The world stood forever changed as a result of the First World War. Three: The terms imposed by the Treaty of Versailles sought to castrate the German state. Four: The imposition of reparations and denial of weapons for Germany helped to fuel a great deal of anger towards the West. Five: The experience of the war left its scars on many nations, including England. Six: The isolationist movement grew as a result of the First World War. Seven: Democracy was installed as a government in Germany. Eight: The lack of economic stability made democratic attempts in Germany a challenge. Nine: Russia's entry into Communism made them unable to forge any alliances with other nations in Europe. Ten: In the wake of the First World War, the world's attention was lacking to the Armenian Massacre at the hands of the Turkish Army.