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Europe after World War I

TermDefinition
Archduke Franz Ferdinard Heir to the Austrian throne whose assassination lit the spark that started WW1
Allies/The Entente Powers Britain and its empire, France, Russia, Italy and USA (from 1917).
Central Powers Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey.
the Big Three President Woodrow Willson (USA), PM David Lloyd George (GB), PM Georges Clemenceau (FR).
14 point peace plan A plan put forward for Europe by President Wilson. It included suggestions for a League of Nations and self-determination.
self-determination People of one race and language should be free to set up their own governments.
League of Nations An international organization established after WW1. The League, the forerunner of the United Nations, brought about international cooperation on health, labor problems, refugee affairs, and the like.
Reparations refers to the money that Germany had to pay as compensation for the damage it caused in WW1
Democracy People are free to choose their own government.
Dictatorship The country is led by a single ruler or party.
Communism a political system that believes the wealth of a country should be held in the hands of the State for the common good of the people.
Fascism a political movement that emerged in Europe in the interwar years. Fascists believed in a dictatorship and extreme nationalism. They were anti-communist.
Treaty of Versailles A peace document signed at the end of World War I by the Allied and associated powers and by Germany in the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles, France, on June 28, 191
No Man's Land The strip of land between the opposing armies.
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