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WWI part of test GT

Term/ ConceptAnswer
Nationalism deep devotion to ones country
Imperialism European countries competed for colonies in Africa and Asia, mostly Britain and France, compete for influence in the *Balkans*
Militarism Glorifying military power and keeping a standing anyn prepared for war
Alliances Triple alliance: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy Triple Entente: France, Russia, Great Britain
Spark of war Assassination of the Archduke
Central Powers Germany and Austria-Hungary
Allied powers France, Britain, Russia
Expectations v. Realities of War some people had an okay experience in war and some people had a terrible experience with death and injuries. People wrote poems and books to help. Some people could not handle the pressure of war.
Schlieffen plan Facing war on two fronts, Germany had a battle strategy
Propaganda ad tota war People were persuaded to go to war through propaganda posters. Families were persuaded to help with the wounded soldiers.
Trench Warfare Two fronts (eastern and western) they are parallel and separated by no mans land. Trenches were supposed to keep them safe but it sis not work.
stalemate When Germany started to invade France and they could not really fight back
Russian Revolution Russia left the war because their warfare could not stand up to every other countries. Their only strength was the amount of men.
Wilson’s 14 Points more about trying to help Germany fix their problems and lot of places were freed from invasion.
Treaty of Versailles Talking about blaming germany for all the causes of the war. They had to pay all the debts of the war.
Created by: sgefen



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