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These are facts on World War One.

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What is the Nationalist group? Groups of people who support nationalism, to call for independence.
What is Militarism? Fascination with the glory of war and the power of military.
What are the Arms Race? Building huge armies and navies to outdo rival nations and protect world interest.
What is a Alliance? Agreements among competing blocs nations to help each other if war broke out.
What is Mobilization? The assembly and movement of troops.
What is Entente? An understanding between nations.
What is the Balance Of Power? A situation in which each side has equal power.
What are Central Powers? The name of a new alliance as the war spread.
What are the Allied Powers? Allies.
What is neutrality? A policy of not of taking sides.
What is the front? A line along which is opposing armies face each other.
What is the trench warfare? A type of combat in which opposing troops fight from trenches facing each other.
What is a civilian? Nonmilitary citizens.
What is a propaganda? Inforamtion designed to influence public opinions.
What are the soviets? Committees.
What is Bolsheviks? The most radical of the socialist groups.
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