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US History Chapter 19 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Alsace-Lorraine the territory of France lost in the conflict
Militarism glorification of the military
Western Front 450 miles of trenches from the coast of Belgium to the border of Switzerland
Casualty soldiers killed, wounded, and missing
Contraband goods, usually defined as weapons and other articles used to fight a war
U-boat submarine
Lusitania British passenger ship
Zimmerman note a telegram sent to Mexico proposing an alliance between Germany and Mexico against the U.S.
Selective Service Act authorized a draft of young men for military service in Europe
CPI(Committe of Public Information) educate the public about the causes and nature of the war
conscientious objector people whose moral or religious beliefs forbid them to fight in wars
Espionage Act allowed postal authorities to ban treasonable or seditious newspapers, magazines, or printed materials from the mail
Great Migration a great movement of African Americans from the rural South to the industrial North
convoy groups of merchant ships
League of Nations an international diplomatic group developed after World War I to solve disputes between countries
Fourteen Points President Wilson's war aims outlined for Lenin
self-determination the right of people to form their own government
reparations payment for war damages
"irreconcilables" senators who opposed any treaty that had a League of Nations folded into it
"reservationists" senators who were opposed to the treaty as it was written
influenza flu
inflation rising prices
Red Scare widespread fear of suspected communists and radicals thought to be plotting revolution withing the U.S.
Palmer Raids a series of raids where police arrested thousands of people, some who were radicals and some who were from S. or E. Europe
creditor nation other countries owed the U.S. more money than the U.S. owed them
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