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Events of WWI

TermDefinition
America Declares Neutrality President Wilson wanted to keep the U.S. out of WWI. America would not choose a side.
The Lusitania The Germans said that they would attack ships entering British waters. This ship was attacked, killing 1200 people.
Zimmerman Telegram Germany said it still planned to attack ships entering British waters. This communication offered Mexico a deal if they joined the German side.
Mobilization Getting your country ready for war
Committee on Public Information Encouraged support for the war through propaganda
Propaganda Information that is exaggerated or bias to convince people to support a cause
American Expeditionary Force American troops
New Weapons Machine guns, tanks, hand grenades, mustard gas
New Warfare The way in which a war is fought; fighting from trenches is an example
Ludendorff’s Spring Offensive Germany’s final big push into French territory toward Paris
Created by: jhanes2