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U-boat - This was a German submarine.
Allied Powers - Great Britain, France, Russia, & the United States belonged to
this side in the war..
Central Powers - Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire
belonged to this side in the war.
Influenza - A pandemic of this sickness resulted in the deaths of around 70
million people.
Armenia - This country was absorbed into the Ottoman Empire and
experienced a genocide of its cultural people.
Lusitania - The British passenger liner that was sunk by Germany, killing 128
Americans.
Lenin - The leader of the Bolsheviks.
Ferdinand - The archduke that was assassinated in June 1914.
Western Front - The series of trenches dug by both sides in northern France.
Dardanelles - A waterway, controlled by the Ottoman Empire, that connected
the Mediterranean Sea to the Black Sea.
Sussex Pledge - A pledge by Germany to stop the policy of unrestricted
submarine warfare in 1916.
Communism - The economic system used by the Bolsheviks.
Armistice - Making a truce.
Reparations - Compensation payable by a defeated country to another for loss
suffered during war.
Neutral - Taking no side in a conflict.
Genocide - Deliberate destruction of a racial, political, or cultural group.
Zimmermann - German diplomat, who asked Mexico to attack the United
States if the United States and Germany went to war.
Rasputin - Self-proclaimed holy man and healer who advised Czarina Alexandra
in Russia.
Treaty of Versailles - The document that ended the war.
Bolsheviks - A group of people who wanted to overthrow the czar’s government
in Russia.
Stalemate - A situation in which no action can be taken to progress.
Militarism - A policy of aggressive military preparedness.
Imperialism - A policy of extending the power and dominion of a nation by
direct territorial acquisition.
Nationalism - A sense of pride and devotion to one’s nation.
Alliance - A bond or connection between two things, such as countries.
Propaganda - Information designed to influence people’s opinions.
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare - A policy of submarines attacking any
ship.
Fourteen Points - A plan for world peace, proposed by Wilson in 1918.
No Man’s Land - The area between enemy trenches, which could stretch miles
and was often very dangerous.