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WWI: Important Terms WWI: Important People WWI: Important Places WWI: Weapons WWI: The War to End All Wars
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An agreement between two countries to defend one another
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An agreement between two countries to defend one another
Alliance
A policy where a country refuses to become involved in other countries problems
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A policy where a country refuses to become involved in other countries problems
Isolationism
A love of one's country and the desire for that country to be free of other countries control
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A love of one's country and the desire for that country to be free of other countries control
Nationalism
The spreading of ideas or beliefs that help a particular cause and hurt an opposing cause
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The spreading of ideas or beliefs that help a particular cause and hurt an opposing cause
Propaganda
A world organization formed after WWI to prevent future wars
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A world organization formed after WWI to prevent future wars
League of Nations
The President that lead the US into WWI
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The President that lead the US into WWI
Woodrow Wilson
Leader of Austria-Hungary. Assassinated prior to the beginning of WWI.
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Leader of Austria-Hungary. Assassinated prior to the beginning of WWI.
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
The most famous airplane pilot in WWI
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The most famous airplane pilot in WWI
Red Baron
Assassinated the Archduke of Austria-Hungary.
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Assassinated the Archduke of Austria-Hungary.
Gavrilo Princip
Senator who led the opposition against Wilson's 14 Points
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Senator who led the opposition against Wilson's 14 Points
Henry Cabot Lodge
This country's duke was shot and they blamed Serbia and declared war on them
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This country's duke was shot and they blamed Serbia and declared war on them
Austria-Hungary
This small country believed Austria-Hungary had their land and turned to Russia for help
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This small country believed Austria-Hungary had their land and turned to Russia for help
Serbia
These three countries formed the Triple Alliance
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These three countries formed the Triple Alliance
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
These three countries formed the Triple Entente
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These three countries formed the Triple Entente
France, Britain, Russia
Country where Peace Conference of 1919 took place
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Country where Peace Conference of 1919 took place
France
Lacrymator, asphyxiant, and blistering agent are all examples of this type of weapon first introduced in WWI
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Lacrymator, asphyxiant, and blistering agent are all examples of this type of weapon first introduced in WWI
Poison Gas
A form of occupied fighting lines, consisting largely of trenches, in which troops are largely immune to the enemy's small arms fire and are substantially sheltered from artillery
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A form of occupied fighting lines, consisting largely of trenches, in which troops are largely immune to the enemy's small arms fire and are substantially sheltered from artillery
Trench Warfare
These were first introduced during WWI. Although unreliable at first, a later model played a vital role during the allied advances of 1918, flattening barbed wire,crossing enemy trenches and acting as shields for the advancing troops. ,
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These were first introduced during WWI. Although unreliable at first, a later model played a vital role during the allied advances of 1918, flattening barbed wire,crossing enemy trenches and acting as shields for the advancing troops. ,
Tanks
They could fire over 600 bullets in one minute and they were so effective that they were considered as 'Weapons of Mass Destruction
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They could fire over 600 bullets in one minute and they were so effective that they were considered as 'Weapons of Mass Destruction
Machine Guns
A type of naval warfare in which submarines sink merchantmen without warning
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A type of naval warfare in which submarines sink merchantmen without warning
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
This country sent a telegram to Mexico asking them to attack the US
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This country sent a telegram to Mexico asking them to attack the US
Germany
Building up the military forces to prepare for war--This was one cause of WWI
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Building up the military forces to prepare for war--This was one cause of WWI
Militarism
Wilson's program for world peace
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Wilson's program for world peace
14 Points
A strategy drawn up by Germany to avoid fighting on two fronts
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A strategy drawn up by Germany to avoid fighting on two fronts
Schlieffen Plan
This crisis occurred between 1904 and 1911 when Morocco had been given to France by Britain . However, the Moroccans wanted independence and were backed by Germany.
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This crisis occurred between 1904 and 1911 when Morocco had been given to France by Britain . However, the Moroccans wanted independence and were backed by Germany.
The Moroccan Crisis
What were Archduke Franz Ferdinand's last words?
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What were Archduke Franz Ferdinand's last words?
'Sophie, Sophie. Don't Die. Stay alive for the children.'




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