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world war 1 part 2

Bolsheviks Marxists whose goal was to seize state power and establish a dictatorship of the proletariat; Soviet Communists. The Reds
Mensheviks A member of the non-Leninist wing of the Russian Social Democratic Workers' Party, opposed to the Bolsheviks and defeated by them after the overthrow of the tsar in 1917. The Whites
Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924) Twenty-eighth president of the United States; he proposed the League of Nations after World War I as a part of his Fourteen Points.
U-boats Submarines used by Germans in World Wars I and II.
Zimmermann Note A telegram sent to a German official in Mexico prior to U.S. entrance into World War I; proposed an alliance between Germany and Mexico.
Armistice An agreement to cease fighting, usually in a war.
Fourteen Points President Woodrow Wilson's plan for organizing post–World War I Europe and for avoiding future wars.
Treaty of Versailles (1919) Treaty ending World War I; required Germany to pay huge war reparations and established the League of Nations.
League of Nations An international body of nations formed after World War I to prevent future wars.
Mandate Territories once part of the Ottoman Empire that the League of Nations gave to other European powers to rule after World War I.
Balfour Declaration (1917) A statement issued by the British foreign secretary in favor of establishing a Jewish homeland in Palestine.
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