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Chapter 23 (WWI etc)

WWI and the Bolshevik Revolution

Slogan of the Bolsheviks "Peace, Bread, Land"
Glorification of war or the military (a cause of WWI) militarism
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy (pre-WWI alliance) Triple Alliance
Great Britain, France, Russia (pre-WWI alliance) Triple Entente
the immediate cause of WWI assassination of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand
pride on one's nation or group, OR the desire for independence (a cause of WWI) nationalism
one nation's control over another imperialism
type of warfare where each side tries to wear the other down with constant attacks war of attrition
Leader of the Bolsheviks Vladimir Lenin
document that ended WWI Treaty of Versailles
payments for war damages reparations
Also known as the "powder keg of Europe" because of nationalist rivalries and ethnic conflict Balkans
Man who assassinated Francis Ferdinand and sparked WWI Gavrilo Princip
Germany's plan early in WWI to defeat Russia quickly to avoid fighting a 2 front war. Schlieffen Plan
Nickname for the area between enemy trenches marked by barbed wire and land mines No Man's Land
Idea that you could wear the enemy down with constant attacks and force them to surrender "War of Attrition"
Article 231 of the Treaty of Versailles in which Germany accepted blame for the start of WWI War Guilt Clause
A "general assembly of nations", created following World War One, that was supposed to meet and settle differences to avoid war. League of Nations
the right of people to have their own nations or govern themselves self-determination
Group targeted by the Ottoman government and ultimately 1.5 million were killed in the first modern genocide. Armenians
Created by: mrfordglobal