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World War 1
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World War I: Important Terms World War I: Important People World War I : Important Places World War I: The U.S gets involved World War I: The Fighting
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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 country's control
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a love of one's country and the desire for that country to be free of other country's control
nationalism
A world organization formed after WW1 to prevent future wars
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A world organization formed after WW1 to prevent future wars
League of Nations
This document officially ended World War I and punished the Central Powers
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This document officially ended World War I and punished the Central Powers
Treaty of Versailles
The most decorated and soldier of WW1. A National hero.
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The most decorated and soldier of WW1. A National hero.
Alvin York
The most famous U.S. pilot of WW1.
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The most famous U.S. pilot of WW1.
Eddie Rickenbacker
The head commander of all American forces in WW1
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The head commander of all American forces in WW1
John Pershing
The President that led the U.S. into World War 1
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The President that led the U.S. into World War 1
Woodrow Wilson
The most famous airplane pilot in World War I.
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The most famous airplane pilot in World War I.
Red Baron
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
Most of the fighting took place in this country.
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Most of the fighting took place in this country.
France
This country is where the treaty to end World War I was signed
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This country is where the treaty to end World War I was signed
France
Alvin York was from this U.S. state
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Alvin York was from this U.S. state
Tennessee
This ship was blown up by Germany killing over 100 Americans
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This ship was blown up by Germany killing over 100 Americans
Lusitania
This country sent a telegram to Mexico asking them to attack the U.S.
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This country sent a telegram to Mexico asking them to attack the U.S.
Germany
This country was secretly sending weapons to the Allies before declaring war on the Central Powers
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This country was secretly sending weapons to the Allies before declaring war on the Central Powers
United States
These people in the U.S. didn't not want their new country fighting against their old one
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These people in the U.S. didn't not want their new country fighting against their old one
immigrants
Germany sank many U.S. ships in this ocean.
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Germany sank many U.S. ships in this ocean.
Atlantic
This weapon killed 1/3 of all people in the war.
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This weapon killed 1/3 of all people in the war.
poison gas
This weapon allowed the Allies to ride across 'No Man's Land' safer
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This weapon allowed the Allies to ride across 'No Man's Land' safer
tank
This weapon helped Germany sink many Allied ships
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This weapon helped Germany sink many Allied ships
submarine
Americans recycled this to be made into war weapons
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Americans recycled this to be made into war weapons
metal
A fight between airplanes in the air was called what?
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A fight between airplanes in the air was called what?
dog fight
Which side lost the most men during World War 1?
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Which side lost the most men during World War 1?
Allied Powers (5 million soldiers and 3 million civilians)




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