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7-5:1 WW1

KH_World War 1, Krystal Haltiwanger, Hardy, Core 3

Nationalist group Groups of people who support Nationalism to call for independence
Militarism Fascination with the glory of war and the power of the military
Arms race Building huge armies and navies to outdo rival nations and protect world interest
Alliance Agreements among competing blocs nations to help each other if war broke out
Mobilization The assembly and movement of troops, which showed that Russia planned to defend Serbia.
Entente A understanding between nations
Balance of power A situation in which each side has equal power
Central powers The name of one of the alliances
Allied powers AKA allies, another name of the alliances
Neutrality Policy of not taking sides
Front A line along which opposing armies face each other
Trench warfare Soldiers fought from two lines of trenches, or ditches, that soon reached from the English Channel into Switzerland.
Civilian Non military citizens, pushed the death toll even higher
Propaganda Information designed to influence public opinions
Soviets Committees to represent their interest
Bolsheviks Most radical of socialist groups though a small group could achieve the goal of overthrowing the government through the use of force.
Created by: K2H