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WWI Vocabulary 3 & 4

Mobilization & Wilson's Peace plan

War Industries Board established in 1917, under the direction of Bernard Baruch. It was responsible for regulating the economy during WWI using raw materials to build military equipment, increase efficiency in factories, standardizing products, and set production quotas.
propaganda a biased communication technique used to influence people’s thoughts & actions.
Espionage & Sedition Acts two laws, enacted in 1917 & 1918, that imposed harsh penalties on anyone interfering with the or speaking against U.S. participation in the War.
Great Migration the large scale movement of African Americans from the South to the Northern cities in the early 20th centuries.
Schenk v. U.S. Supreme Court case (1919) which involved the arresting of Schenk for passing out leaflets that protested the draft. Schenk was convicted but he protested that his first amendments rights were violated. Supreme Court upheld the conviction stating that un
14 Points Wilson’s plan for peace after WWI which included freedom of the seas, end secret treaties, remove tariffs, & reduce the armaments that countries had.
League of Nations Wilson’s 14th point that would create an association of nations that would promote peace (1920).
George Clemenceau French premier/leader during WWI.
David Lloyd George British prime minister who won the English election with the slogan, “Make Germany Pay”.
Treaty of Versailles formal agreement to end WWI that required Germany to pay severe reparations that crippled the nation.
Reparations payment for war damages
war guilt clause this forced Germany to admit sole responsibility for WWI creating humiliation for Germany.
Henry Cabot Lodge Senate leader who was suspicious of Wilson’s 14 points and believed that it threatened U.S. foreign policy of isolationism.
Vittorio Orlando Italian prime minister during WWI who wanted control of Austrian held territory.
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