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WWI

Vocabulary for World War I

TermDefinition
assembly line factory system that puts together a product as it moves past a line of workers
15th Amendment prohibits federal and state governments from denying a citizen the right to vote based on their race
19th Amendment gave women the right to vote. It was ratified (changed) in 1920.
World War I an international conflict the primarily involved European nations until the United States entered the war in 1917
Allied Powers nations who fought against the Central Powers: Great Britain, US, France, and Russia
Central Powers nations who fought against the Allied Powers: Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ottoman Empire
submarines U-boats or “underwater boats”
Lusitania British passenger liner that was attacked and sank by a German submarine. There were nearly 2,000 people on board, including Americans. The attack was one of the reasons the US entered into WWI.
Zimmerman Telegram telegram from Germany to Mexico asking them for help in the war and if they helped they would get their territories back that they had lost
Treaty of Versailles peace treaty signed in June 1919 between Germany and the Allied Powers
Fourteen Points the peace plan that President Woodrow Wilson came up with
League of Nations a peacekeeping organization
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