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Ch. 23 World War I

Chapter 23 - World War I

Archduke Francis Ferdinand man whose assassination sparked World War I
militarism glorification of war and the military...a cause of World War I
Triple Alliance Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
Triple Entente Great Britain, France, Russia
imperialism one nation's control over another...a cause of World War I
nationalism pride in one's nation or group OR the desire for independence...a cause of World War I
Powder Keg of Europe nickname for the Balkans before World War I because it was believed that one little spark could ignite the region into war.
no man's land name for the land between the trenches filled with barbed wire, land mines, etc.
propaganda information used to influence opinion
Zimmerman telegram note written by Germany to Mexico that promised Mexico territory if they declared war on the US in the event of US involvement in World War I
rationing limiting the use of a good or product
Great Migration When African Americans left their homes in the rural South, to escape economic conditions and discrimination, to settle in Northern cities
pacifist a person who opposes war or violence
Fourteen Points Woodrow Wilson's plan for peace following World War I. It included things like no secret alliances, decreasing militaries, and a League of Nations.
Treaty of Versailles ended World War I. The whole focus was on punishing Germany.
reparations payments for war damages
Created by: mrfordglobal