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ww1 vocab

john j the leader of the american forces in Europe
Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote the supreme court opinion
trench warfare the turning point in ww1
red scare a wave of panic in the u.s
espionage act 2 million american soldiers went to war
zimmermann a letter from germany to mexico
u-boat a submarine
palmer raids something to settle conflicts
great migration African Americans moving to cities in the north
convoy system a method of guarding merchant ships
central powers an alliance including germany
armistice arrests of 6,000 people
fourteen points a document blaming germany for war
league of nations goals for peace stated by wilson
treaty of versailles an end to fighting in a war
Created by: 1964686148