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World War 1

Chapter 23

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What was the coalition of Great Britain, France, and Russia known as? Allied Powers
What was the coalition of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire known as? Central Powers
What was passed in 1917 that could result in a fine and jail time if a person aided the enemy or obstructed recruiting? Espionage Act
What was Wilson's plan, outlined to Congress, that laid out plans for peace and what to do because of the war's end? Fourteen Points
What was proposed by Woodrow Wilson in the Treaty of Versailles and was an assembly of nations worldwide? League of Nations
What was the roundup and deportation of many after WWI due to public fear of the influence of the Bolsheviks called? "Red Scare"
What was passed in 1918 that could result in jail time if a person spoke out against the military, war bonds, or the government? Sedition Act
What group was given almost entire leadership over supplies and other items needed during and for the war? War Industries Board (WIB)
Which British ocean liner was sank by the Germans causing a diplomatic uproar? Lusitania
What was spread in America, by both sides, to sway the Americans thoughts during our time of neutrality? Propaganda
What was signed by the Germans, promising a stop to the sinking of merchant ships? Sussex Pledge
What between Mexico and Germany was intercepted and said if Germany went to war with the United States they would gain back land lost to the United States? Zimmermann Telegram
Who was arrested and put in prison for violating the Sedition Act by giving a speech against the war? Eugene V. Debs
What treaty was signed at the end of WWI and included the League of Nations? Treaty of Versailles
What were Woodrow Wilson (USA), David Lloyd George (Great Britain, Georges Clemenceau (France), and Vittorio Orlando (Italy) called at the Paris Peace Conference? Big Four
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