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Chavez WH 29 Vocab

Ch 29

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Militarism Glorifying was and preparing for it
Triple Alliance secret agreement between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy
Kaiser Wilhelm ll Emperor of Germany
Triple entente Military agreement among Britain, France, and Russia
Schlieffen Plan Germany's plan for winning the war on two fronts
Allies Great Britain, France, Russia, and other nations who fought on their side
Central Powers Germany, Austria-Hungary and other nations who fought on their side
Trench warfare Fighting from trenches dug in the battlefield
Western front Region of northern France where much fighting took place
Eastern front Region along German-Russian border where much fighting took place
Unrestricted submarine warfare Using submarines to sink any ship without warning
Total war war in which countries use all their resources for the war
Rationing Control of the amounts and kinds of people can have
Propaganda One-sided information designed to persuade
Armistice Agreement to stop fighting
Woodrow Wilson President who proposed the Fourteen Points and represented the United States at Versailles
Georges Clemenceau France's premier and delegate at Versailles
Fourteen points Plan for a just and lasting peace
Self-determination Allowing people to decide for themselves about what kind government they want
Treaty of Versailles Agreement at the end of World War l between Germany and the Allied Powers
League of Nations International group with the goal of keeping peace among nations
Alliances Agreements to help other countries in a military way
Artillery Large guns, cannons
czar Ruler of Russia
Destructive Causing negative effects, including death and ruin
Dissent Disagreement
Great Powers Germany, Austria-Hungary, Great Britain, Russia, Italy, and France
Heir Person who inherits; next in line
Intercepted took or received something intended for someone else
Isolate Set apart; cut off
legacy Results; lasting effects
Nationalism Feeling of attachment to one's nation
Rival One who tries to be better or do better than another
Rivalries Competitions
Territorial Related to territories; related to colonies or other imperialists holdings
Trenches Long, deep holes in the ground dug for protection from enemy fire
Unify Bring together as one