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World war 1 p.181

Nationalist group Or 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 interests.
Alliance Events moved fast with countries lining up to honor their alliances.
Mobilization Or the assembly and movement of troops which showed that Russia planned to defead Serbia.
Entente Is an understanding between nations
Balance of power A situation in which each side has equal power
Central power As war spread two new alliances appeared.
Allied powers Or allies
Neutrality A policy of not taking sides.
Front Is 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 Nonmilitary citizens pushed the death toll even higher.
Propaganda Or information designed to influence public opinions.
Soviets Or committees to represent their interests.
Bolsheviks The most radical of the socialist group were
Armistice Or cease-fire
Big Four Leardership fell to four people President Woodrow, Prime Minister David Lloyd George, Premier Georges Clemenceau, and Prime Minister Vittorio Orlando.
Compromise Settlements in which each side gives up some of these provisions in the chart below.
Fourteen points President Wilson outlined his plans for a lasting peace
Reparation Payment for costs of war
League of Nations Wilson believed the league could fix unfair treaty terms later.
Treaty of Versailles The treaty got its name from the place where it was signed
Mandate Under the mandate system the League of Nations governed each territory but allowed a member territory to run it.
Balfour Declaration Promising Jews a homeland in Palestine.
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