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chapter 5 history

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a condition that existed in the Treaty of Versailles
had to pay France and England's war debt
a condition that existed in the Treaty of Versailles
lost territory
not a condition that existed in the Treaty of Versailles
could have a standing army
not a condition that existed in the Treaty of Versailles
leaders were put in jail
sunk the Lusitania
Germany
where the Western Front was located
france
the last to enter the war
U.S
a Central Power
Germany
invented the tank
England
boosted the morale of the Allied soldiers
U.S
invented poisonous gas
Germany
How did alliances lead to World War I?
Countries were forced to defend other countries because of the agreements they had made with each other
Who were the central powers?
Italy and Germany
Which of the following is an example of how World War I affected the civilian life of almost everyone in Europe and America?
Many goods were rationed.
Family or friends were killed in the war.
Women had to work in factories.
In October of 1917, Vladimir Lenin led a revolution that ousted a government and got Russia out of the war. Who did Lenin remove from control of Russia's government when he came to power?
the Provisional Government
What event is officially considered the beginning of World War I?
assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
What event got the United States into World War I?
the sinking of the Lusitania
How many points were there in Woodrow Wilson's plan for peace?
14
Why did the League of Nations fail to keep the peace after World War I?
It had no authority
person from what country killed the Archduke Ferdinand?
Serbia
What is the term for getting a country's army ready for war?
mobilization
Why was the machine gun the most effective weapon introduced during World War I?
It could kill more people in a shorter amount of time.
Where was the Eastern Front?
Russia
What was the name of the fighting style used during World War I?
trench warfare