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CMS6-Unit 4 Vocab

CMS6-Unit 4 Vocabulary Review

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Colonization Installation of a colony, or branch, away from an actual nation. After the discovery of the “New World” in the late 15th century, many European nations—including Portugal, Spain, England, and France—established colonies in North and South America.
Nazism The beliefs and practices of the Nazi political party. Nazis supported a totalitarian view of government and the belief that Germans were superior to other ethnic groups. A Nazi government was established in Germany by Chancellor Adolph Hitler.
Prince Henry the Navigator A Portuguese prince who oversaw expeditions and led military campaigns in North Africa.
Russian Revolution A series of revolutions in Russia in 1917 that ended the Russian Empire and sparked the rise of the Soviet Union, along with its Communist system of governance.
Treaty of Versailles A peace treaty signed at the end of the World War I that ended hostilities between the Allied Powers and Germany. It was signed on June 28, 1919.
World War I A war that lasted from 1914 to 1918. It was the largest, most expensive, and deadliest war ever seen on Earth up until that time. Most of the world’s major powers took part, including Germany, Great Britain, Russia, and the United States.
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