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ohs us hist. ch 10

Alsace-Lorraine France's lost territory during the conflict between them and Germany
militarism glorification of the military
Western Front a critical battle front that would determine who would win the war
casualty soldiers killed
contraband weapons and other articles
U-boat submarines
Lusitania British passenger liner that was sunk by the Germans
Zimmermann note proposed an alliance with Mexico, stating that if the US declared war on Germany, Mexico should declare war on the US
Selective Service Act draft of young men into the military
conscientious objector people whose moral or religious beliefs forbid them to fight in wars
CPI educated the public about the causes and nature of the war
Espionage Act allowed postal authorities to ban treasonable or seditious newspapers, magazines or printed materials from the mail
Great Migration when AAs went to the north
convoy group of merchant ships sailed to gether protected by warships
Fourteen Points peace without victory that Wilson made
self-determination the right of people to choose their own form of government
League of Nations secure mutual guarantees of political independence and territorial integrity to great and small states alike
reparations payment for war damages
irreconciables senators who believed that the US should not get entangled in world politics or involved in world organizations
reservationists senators that were opposed to the treaty as it was written
influenza flu
inflation rising prices
Red Scare wave of widespread fear of suspected communists and radicals thought to be plotting revolution within the US
Palmer Raids when police arrested thousands of radicalists or immigrants
creditor nation a nation that other countries owe money to
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