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History chapter 23

lesson 3

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American Expeditionary Force US troops that the french ad British wanted on their side (AEF)
General John J. Pershing leader of AEF that wanted his soldiers trained before battle
Bolsheviks overthrew the Russian government and sized powers / Russia quit the war
Communists people who favor the equal distribution of wealth and the end of all forms of private property
Vladimir Lenin led the Bolsheviks that are communists
Treaty of Breast-Litovsk Russia sighed this to make a peace agreement with the central powers
Belleau Wood allies launched attacks that gradually moved that Germans back
Saint-Mihiel a;lied attacked and defeated Germans on the border of France and Germany in September 1918
Alvin York killed 25 German gunners and captured 132 prisoners, won a metal of honor
Harlem Helfighters African American Fighters of the 369th spent more time in combat than any other American unit
Croix de Fuerne cross of war metal awarded to the Harlem Helfighters
Convoy System system to protect allied ships
1918 Bulgaria and ottoman empire quit war
November 3, 1918 Austria-hungry reached a peace agreement with France on
Kaiser Wilhelm II German leader gave up his throne seeing he had been beaten and fled to the Netherlands
Armistice truce, went into effect on the 11th hour of the 11th day on the 11th month on 1918
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