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Clendenny WWI

WWI- Doughboys to Versailles

Bolshevik A Russian word that means “one of the majority” which became the new political power in Russia in 1917.
Vladimir Lenin Leader of the Bolshevik party, this revolutionary was the first head of the Communist government that took over Russia.
Karl Marx A German philosopher who co-wrote a political pamphlet in the mid-18002 called the Communist Manifesto.
Communism A political theory based on a classless society in which power is derived from the common worker, all property is publicly owned, and all people are considered equal.
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk A treaty with Germany ending Russian involvement in the Great War. As a result of this treaty, Russia lost substantial territory to the Germans.
Spring Offensive A massive German attack along the Western Front occurring in the spring of 1918 where German military leaders hoped to drive a wedge in the Allied lines before the Americans entered the war.
John J. Pershing The Supreme Commander of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) during World War I.
American Expeditionary Force (AEF) The name of the American army in Europe.
Doughboys An endearing name given to American soldiers because of their brass uniform buttons that resembled boiled dough dumplings- a popular food at the time.
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