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WW1

world war 1

TermDefinition
Reasons For U.S Involvement In The War -Unrestricted submarine warfare by Germany - the sinking of the Lusitania
Allies Great Britain, France, Russia, Serbia, Belgium
Central Powers Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Ottoman Empire
Triple Alliance Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
Triple Entente Great Britain, France Russia
What event sparked WW1? the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand on June 28th 1914
Stalemate a deadlock. no side was a ble to defeat the other
Trench Warfare long deadly battles in the trenches with terrible conditions
Who was president during WW1? Woodrow Wilson
Zimmerman Plot Germany urged Mexico to invade the U.S
Selective Service Act all men 21-30 had to register for the draft
How many African Americans drafted? 4 million
What were the requirements of the Treaty of Brest Litovsk? Russia had to give large amounts of land to Germany
what woes the Peace Offensive? when Germany made a final push till the end of the war in the hopes to win it
Who were the Harlem Hell fighters? an all African-American unit that spent the most time under fire than any other American unit
how many days did the Battle of the Argonne Forest last? 47 days
when did WW1 end? November 11th 1918
an extreme feeling of pride in ones country Nationalism
the policy of taking over the lands of weaker countries Imperialism
The policy of trying to build up troops and weapons and solve problems with war Militarism
the policy of staying out of conflict with other nations Isolationism
the friendship between nations to defend each other Alliance
Type of warfare used in WWI in which opposing sides fight from deep, long ditches in the ground Trench Warfare
Created by: Nook