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WW1

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Promotion of fear of the rise of communism. Red scare.
The side of the war that contained Germany, Austria-Hungary, and ottoman Turkey. Central Powers.
The side of the war that contained Great Britain, France, and Russia. Allied Powers.
British Liner that was sank by the German U-boat U-20. Lusitania.
The election that spilt the Republican Party into two separate sides; Wilson was elected. The Election of 1916.
This board was given the power to deicide the distribution of scarce materials to America and the Allied Forces. War Industries Board (WIB).
Act that stated that aiding the enemy would cost a fine of $10,000, and a jail sentence up to twenty years. Espionage Act.
Act that stated that speaking against the Government was absolutely illegal. Sedition Act.
Supreme Court case of a man who sent out circulars to draftees urging them to refuse the war. Schenck v. United States.
Treaty that Congress, which was intended to be viewed by the world, designed to make the world a "safe and fit" place to live in. Fourteen Points.
Intergovernmental organization formed by the Paris Peace Conference that ended WW1. League of Nations.
Peace treaty that ended WW1 between Germany and the Allied Powers. Versailles Treaty.
A group of world leaders that consisted of: Wilson, Prime Minister David Lloyd, George of Great Britain, and Prime Minister Vittorio Orlando of Italy. The Big Four.
His was the reason "He Kept Us Out of War" became the democratic slogan. Woodrow Wilson.
A name for a German submarine. U-boat.
Created by: StaishaK