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WWI Russian Rev

SHS MWH World War I and Russian Revolution

Western Front the battlefields of northern France in World War I
rationing system in which a government limits the amounts of items people can buy
Fourteen Points Wilson’s plan for achieving a just and lasting peace after World War I
trench warfare a type of warfare in which opposing armies fight each other from parallel trenches
Eastern Front a stretch of battlefield along the German and Russian border in World War I
total war war in which countries devote all their resources to the war effort
militarism policy of glorifying war and keeping an army prepared for war
Propaganda one-sided information designed to persuade
Kaiser Wilhelm II leader of Germany during WW1
Schlieffen Plan The German battle strategy that called for attacking and defeating France in the west and then rushing east to fight Russia
armistice an agreement to stop fighting
Woodrow Wilson American president during World War I, author of Fourteen Points
Georges Clemenceau French representative at the Treaty of Versailles.
Triple Alliance Italy, Germany and Austria-Hungary
Triple Entente England, France, Russia
Treaty of Versailles The harsh peace settlement dictated by the Allies at the end of WWI.
League of Nations International association whose goal was to provide a way for countries to settle disputes without violence.
self-determination Guiding principle behind the Fourteen Points, people should be allowed to decide for themselves what type of government they wished to live under.
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk The agreement that ended fighting on the Eastern Front, withdrawing Russia from WWI and giving Germany much of Eastern Europe.
Balkans mountainous peninsular area of south-east Europe, includes land from Greece to Serbia and along both the Black Sea and Mediterranean Sea
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