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Chapter 23

Woodrow Wilson and the Great War

TermDefinition
Allied Powers The military alliance during World War 1, consisting of Britain, France, Russia, and Italy. Also opposed the Central Powers.
Central Powers Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey and Bulgaria
Espionage Act Made as a crime to obstruct the nation's effort to win World War 1.
Fourteen Points A comprehensive plan made by Woodrow Wilson to negotiate an end to World War 1.
League of Nations A worldwide assembly of nations proposed by Woodrow Wilson that was included in the Treaty of Versailles ending World War 1.
Red Scare Led to the arrest or deportation of thousands of radicals, labor activists, and ethnic leaders.
Sedition Act Placed limits on freedom of speech during wartime. Also led to the imprisonment of Socialist Eugene V. Debs and others during WW1.
War Industries Board A federal agency that reorganized industry for maximum efficiency and productivity.
Titanic A British ship thought to be unsinkable, but sank on its first voyage in 1912 after running into an iceberg in the north Atlantic Ocean.
Propaganda Used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.
Woodrow Wilson American politician and academic who served as the 28th President of the U.S from 1913 to 1921.
The Treaty of Versailles A document signed between Germany and the Allied Powers following World War 1 that officially ended the war.
Militarism Increase in military or naval forces and a preference for force as a solution to problems.
Nationalism feeling of intense loyalty to one's country or group.
Trench Warfare Form of fighting where two sides fight from opposite trenches.
U-boat German submarine
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