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The Economy, Expansionism, and WW I

New South where "scientific" farming & more industry would put the South on a new economic path.
diversify grow more crops of different kinds.
truck farming to grow fruits and vegetables for farming.
service industry provides a service to people
isolationism not getting involved in other areas of the world.
World War I "Great War" It began in 1914 between Central Powers and Allied Powers.
armistice agreement to stop fighting while coming to terms for a peace treaty.
pandemic world wide epidemic
Central Powers Germany, Austria-Hungary, & Ottoman Empire (modern-day Turkey)
Allied Powers (Triple Entente) France, Great Britain, Russia, & eventually the U.S.
slavic major ethnic group in Russia & Eastern Europe
Lusitania British ship sank by Germans, killing 128 Americans.
Versailles Name of Treaty ending WWI
nationalism an intense devotion/loyalty to one's own ethnic group
Zimmerman Telegram promised to give Mexico lands in the U.S. in return for support for Germany in WWI.
colonialism acquiring colonies for the economic benefit of the mother country.
Created by: Bense8