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WWI - Vocab words

vocabulary words

TermDefinition
Franz Ferdinand His death led to the start of WWI
Gavrilo Princip He shot and killed the Archduke
Arthur Zimmerman His telegram asked
Vladimir Lenin Leader of Russia after the Revolution
Woodrow Wilson President of USA during WWI
Allies Britain, France, Russia, USA, Italy
Central Powers Germany, Austria Hungary, Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria
Blockade Using ships to close up the enemy country's ports
U-boat Another name for a German submarine
Lusitania British ship that was hit by torpedo with 128 US citizens killed
Artillery guns Large canons that were responsible for most soldiers death
Zimmerman Note Germany letter asking Mexico to attack USA
Selective Service Act US law in 1917 that drafted men into the Army
Liberty Bond US method of raising money to pay for WWI supplies
Sedition Act US law that made it illegal to criticize the government, flag or uniform
Weimar Republic New name of German Government after WWI
Treaty of Versailles Treaty in 1919 that ended WWI
War guilt clause Germany forced to accept blame for WWI
Fourteen points President Wilson's plan for world peace
Created by: khalupka