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WW I Vocabulary Quiz

Mr. Wise

TermDefinition
Militarism The policy of building up strong-armed forces to prepare for war
Nationalism The pride in or extreme love and devotion to your own nation.
Autocracy A country that is ruled by one person with unlimited power.
Alliance System The defensive agreement between one or more nations.
Armistice An agreement to stop fighting between nations.
Mobilization The gathering of resources and the preparation to fight a war.
Imperialism When powerful countries want to control the economic and political affairs of a weaker country.
Pacifist People who are opposed to (against) war and violence.
League of Nations Set up to help preserve peace and prevent future war by pledging to respect and protect one another's territory and political independence.
Reparations Payments made for damage done during the war.
Created by: carozza