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Chapter 10

WWI Vocabulary 2

Central Powers An alliance including Germany.
Treaty of Versailles A document blaming Germany for war.
U-Boat A German submarine.
Fourteen Points The goals for peace stated by president Wilson.
Zimmermann Telegram A letter from Germany to Mexico.
Convoy System A method of guarding merchant ships.
League Of Nations An organization to settle conflict, it did not include the U.S.A.
Armistice An end to fighting in a war.
Palmer Raids The arrests if over 6,000 people.
Great Migration The movement of African Americans to cities in the North.
John J. Pershings The leader of the American Forces in Europe.
Oliver Wendell Holmes Wrote the Supreme Court opinion that free speech could be limited, especially in war time.
Second Battle of the Marne The turning point of WWI, happened in the summer of 1918.
Red Scare A revolution in Russia caused a wave of panic in the United States in 1919 and 1920.
American Expeditionary Force Included nearly two million American soldiers who went to France to fight in WWI.
Why did we fight in WWI? Because the Allied Forces needed help, Germany was sinking our ships, and the Zimmerman telegram.
Who did we fight? The Central Powers.
Who helped us? The Allied Forces.
Who won? The Allied Forces.
What years did it cover? 1914-1918.
Created by: 1962120076