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WORLDWARI chpt26

Chapter 26_ World War I

TermDefinition
Triple Alliance An alliance between Germany, Austria- Hungary and Italy in the late 1800s.
Triple Entente An alliance between France, Russia and Great Britain in the late 1800's.
Neutral in a war; not aiding either side.
Central Powers the alliance between Germany, Austria- Hungary and the Ottoman Empire during World War I
Allied Powers the alliance formed between Britain, France and Russia during World War I.
Franz Ferdinand
Gavrilo Princip
Western Front during world war I, the deadlock region in northern France where German and Allied armies faced off.
Trench Warfare a form of combat in which soldiers dug trenches, or deep ditches, to see protection from enemy fire and to defend their positions.
Total War a war that requires the use of all a society's resources.
Propaganda
Battle of Verdun
Gallipoli Campaign
Genocide
Bolsheviks
Grigory Rasputin
Marxism-Leninism
Leon Trotsky
New Economic Policy
Woodrow Wilson
U-Boats
Zimmermann Note
Armistice
Fourteen Points
Treary of Versailles
League of Nations
Mandates
Balfour Declaration
Created by: kaylahunt720