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W W I vocab

World War I

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World War I First "world" war fought in Europe between the Allies of the Triple Entente and Centeral Powers of the Triple Alliance.
Ottoman Empire An Empire centered on Turkey that controlled much of the Middle East in the late 1800's.
Alliances When a country joins with another country against a 3rd country.
Central Powers The joint forces of Germany, Austria-hungary, the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) and their allies in WWI.
Trenches Long ditches in the ground that made up most of the battel field in WWI.
"No-Man's-Land" The space between the two opposing sides trenche's.
Russian Revolution Early 1900's when the Russian people over threw their government and set up a new for of government.
Treaty of Versilles The treaty that was signed on June 28, 1919 to end WWII.
Fourteen Points President Woodrow Wilson's ideas to end all world wars.
Isolationism America's policy of non-involvment in European wars and avoidance of "entangling alliances".
Great Depression The economic decline during the 1930's that was the worst in the worlds history.
New Deal Franklin D. Roosevelt's plan for getting the United States out of the great Depression.
Democracy Rule by the People.
Communism All property and all means of production belong to the people as a group.
Lenin This was the leader of the Bolsheviks or a Russian Communist.