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Ushist Ch 5 Review

UShist Ch 5 Test Review Part 1

National War Labor Board set up to settle conflicts between employers and employees to preven strikes
National War Industry Board managed the buying and distributing of war materials
¨Peace Without Victory¨ President Wilsonś plan for peace
Treaty of Versailles This planted the seed for WWII because Germany resented being blamed for WWI
Second Battle of the Marne This was the turning point of the war
Imperialism Germany had fewer colonies than Britain and France so they felt they needed more of this
Nationalism Strong feeling of pride and loyalty toward own country
Militarism Building up armies and navies
Alliances Attack on one nation forces its allies to come to its aid
Created by: Freshmensphs