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TermDefinition
Lusitania sank and President Wilson demanded Germans halt submarine warfare
Germany no longer had to fight on two fronts when Russia withdrew from the war
weapons Airplanes, tanks and poison gas are examples of this
Archduke Franz Ferdinand Assassinated by Serbian nationalist
Vladimir Lenin lead the Bolshevik (Communist) Party after the Russian revolution
Gavrilo Princip Serbian nationalist assassin
Zimmerman a telegram that was made public increasing anti-German feelings in the US
Imperialism the competition between Germany, England and France for colonies in Asia and Africa
Nationalism Strong feeling of pride, loyalty and protectiveness of one's country
Militarism buildup of military as a demonstration of national power
Alliances a strong feeling of pride, loyalty and protectiveness of one's country
Created by: Freshmensphs