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Beginning of WW1

Alliances Formal agreements among nations to cooperate and provide for their mutual defense.
Reparations Payments for war damages
Fourteen Points A blueprint created by President Wilson for a just and lasting peace in Europe after World War 1.
Treaty of Versailles The treaty imposed on Germany by the Allied Powers after the end of WW1, it placed harsh punishments on the Germans
League of Nations A world organization established in 1920 to promote international cooperation and peace.
Zimmerman Telegram Germany sent this telegram, which was captured by the British and given to the US asking Mexico to enter into WW1. This was another reason the US entered WW1.
Lusitania The sinking of this passenger ship was one of the reasons the US entered into WW1.
Assassination The action of murdering an important person in a surprise attach for religious or political reasons.
Created by: JenBeckler