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World War 1

Archduke of Austria-Hungary. Was assasinated. Franz Ferdinand
German Submarine U Boats
British passenger ship that was sunk. Lusitania
Proposed military alliance between Germany and Mexico Zimmerman Telegram
Authorized the military draft in America. Selective Service Act
A truce made by opposing sides of war. Armistice
President Woodrow Wilson's ideals for peace, post-war. Fourteen Points
Treaty that officially ended the war. Harsh on Germany. Treaty of Versailles
Made it illegal to speak against the war effort. Espionage and Sedition Act
German war plan against France and Russia Schlieffen Plan
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy Triple Alliance
Russia, France, and Great Britain Triple Entente
Staying out of other countries political affairs. Isolationism
Fear of a potential rise of communism Red Scare
Granted neutral ships freedom during wartime Neutrality of the Seas
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