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world war 1 study g.

the Black Hand conspirators, a serbian terrorist oranization
Militarism the aggressive preparation for war.
Conscription a military draft.
Gavrilo Princip a 19 year old Bonsian Serb, succeeded in fatally shooting both the archduke and his wife.
Propaganda ideas spread to influence public opinion for or against a cause.
Planned economies for the war effort
The Schlieffen Plan was devised by Alfred von Schlieffen. It involved attacking France through Belgium in the event of war with France.
Which of these weapons first appeared in World War One? Machine Gun? Tank? Poison Gas? Machine Gun, Tank, Poison Gas
The causes of World War One Militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism
Pan-German movement wanted to unite all ___ speaking people. German
Why did Great Britain, France, and Russia form the Triple Entente in 1907? fear of Germany
The Central Powers. The Central Powers were made up of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire.
The Allied Powers included Russia, France, Great Britain, and the US central.Nations allied in opposition to the Central Powers in World War I.
Trench Warfare Warfare in which the opposing sides attack, counterattack, and defend from sets of trenches dug into the ground.
The Western Front was characterized by… Trench Warfare.
Why did most of the combat on the Western Front in World War I take place in a relatively small area? Western front had become bogged down in trench warefare
Why was it difficult to gain an advantage over the enemy in trench warfare? The machine gun made it nearly impossible for troops to advance.
Why did Admiral Holtzendorff promise Emperor William II “not one American will land on the continent” He wanted to the emperor to go back to unrestricted submarine warfare
Who sunk the Lusitania? german forces
What caused the United States to join the Allies in fighting World War I? There were unauthorized German submarines along the US East coast. Germany's resumption of unrestricted submarine warfare in the spring of 1917 provided the final straw for US politicians, and America declared war.
American military and financial intervention in the war. Did it have a big or small impact on the war? big impact
The role of women during World War I women were asked to take over jobs. gain the right to vote.
What does “total war” mean? using any and every means to attack / defend one's self from their battlefield enemy. And in WWI, that's exactly how soldiers on all sides fought.....and died.
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