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Ch. 10 WWI vocab

militarism The belief that a nation needs a large military force
Central Powers One side of the war and was made up of Austria-Hungary, Germany, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria.
Allied Forces One side of the war and was made up of Serbia, Russia, France, Great Britain, Italy, and seven other countries.
trench warfare When two or more sides of of a battle fight in trenches.
U-boat Submarines the Germans used to block trade.
Woodrow Wilson The president at the time of WWI.
neutrality When one county doesn't take a side and remains neutral.
Zimmermann telegram The telegram which Germany sent to Mexico in intentions for Mexico to join their side in exchange for their "lost" territories.
submarine A ship that goes underwater.
propaganda An opinion expressed for the purpose of influencing the actions of others.
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk The treaty in which Russia withdrew from the war.
Nationalism When the government of a counrty wants their countries to be proven the best
imperialism Countries going out and forming colonies in other countries
alliance When countries join together against others.
Fourteen Points President Woodrow Wilson's goals for peace after World War 1
The Sussex Pledge A promise from Germany to the United States.
Treaty of Versailles The 1919 treaty that ended World War 1
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