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world war 1

ww1march16

TermDefinition
world war 1 The war fought in Europe between the Allied Powers of the Triple Entente and the Central Powers of the Triple Alliance
Ottoman empire An empire centered on Turkey that controlled much of the Middle East in the late 1800s
militarism The policy of a country of glorifying military power and building a large army and navy
alliances When a country partners or joins with another country against a 3rd country.
central powers The joint military forces of Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) and their allies in WWI
trenches Long ditches that made up most of the battlefield in WWI
"no-man's-land" The space between the two opposing sides trenches
Russian Revolution The violent change of government from a czar to a communist state led by the Bolsheviks;
treaty of Versailles The document that was signed on June 28, 1919 to officially end WWI. One of the causes of WWII.
fourteen points President Woodrow Wilson’s ideas to prevent future world wars; introduced at Treaty of Versailles conference.
Created by: lindseyqshaffer