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alliance - an agreement among countries to support and defend each other, League of Nations - International organization formed after WW1 to promote peace and prevent war, No man's land - area between the trenches on the battlefield, Zimmerman Note - Telegram sent from Germany to Mexico asking for their support/alliance in WW1 against US, nationalism - Having a strong pride in one's country and willing to defend it in war, isolationism - the feeling that your country should not get involved in other countries' affairs, imperialism - when one country takes over another country, militarism - a country's belief that building up a big and powerful military is the most important thing, Allied Powers - Great Britain, Russia, France, Italy Japan alliance, Lusitania - British ship sunk by German u-boats killing over 100 Americans. Led to US entering the fight, Treaty of Versailles - Treaty that ended the war placing harsh punishments on Germany, Central Powers - Alliance between Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, trench warfare - type of warfare where each side fought from trenches dug into the ground for protection, World War 1 - war fought between the Allied and Central Powers from 1914-1918, Woodrow Wilson - US President during WW1, Assassination of Franz Ferdinand - What triggered the first world war in Europe, civilian - a person who is not in the military,
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World War 1
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