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World War 1

World War 1 Review

TermDefinition
Trench Warfare Fighting that lead to many losses for minimal land gain
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare Germany said they would sink any ship hostile or neutral in German waters.
Zimmerman Note Germany proposed an alliance with Mexico; it was intercepted by the British.
Selective Service Act Required all men 18 or older to register to be randomly selected for military service
Convoy System To safely escort merchant ships
Conscientious Objector Someone who opposes war for moral reasons
Total War Everything a country does is dedicated to the war effort
War Industries Board Set production quotas and allocated raw materials
Propaganda One sided information intended to persuade
War Bonds/Liberty Bonds Essentially, people loaned money to the government for the war effort by buying these
Committee on Public Information America's first propaganda agency; created to "sell" the war to the public
Espionage and Sedition Acts Said a person could be fined 10,000 dollars and sentenced to 20 years in prison for saying anything negative about the war
Great Migration Large Scale movement of African Americans from the South to North to find work and escape racial persecution
Self-Determination Choosing for yourself what government you want to be ruled under.
Created by: leflerad000