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End of WW 1

End of WW1

Stalemate Any position or situation in which no action can be taken or progress made. In this unit, it means that neither the Allies or Central Powers could move forward due mainly to the trenches.
Covenant an agreement. In this unit, it means for all countries to have an agreement to stay peaceful and not have alliances
Navigate plan and direct the route of a ship. In this unit it means that any country can sail without fear through international waters. Those waters that are not close to the mainland of a country.
Arms weapons (guns) and ammunition. In this unit, it is referring to any weapon that is used in war such as guns, bullets, tanks, subs, etc..
Self-Determination a country determines its own statehood and forms its own allegiances and government. In this unit, it means a group of people get to govern themselves and not be governed by a bigger country.
Consultations formally discussing. In this unit it means, when countries meet together to discuss things such as conflicts or avoiding war.
Fourteen Points A set of 14 principles proposed by President Woodrow Wilson as a basis for ending WW1 and for keeping the peace thereafter.
League of Nations Was an international organization to promote world peace. They protected the independence of all countries, no matter how big or small.
Armistice cease fire; formal agreement to stop fighting
Created by: JenBeckler