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Who was a British colonel who helped Arab nationalists free their nations from the Ottoman Empire?
A strait connecting the Black Sea with the Mediterranean Sea.
Large gas-filled balloons used by Germany to drop bombs.
The spreading of ideas to promote a cause or damage an opposing cause
A growing class of factory and railroad workers, miners, and urban wage earners
The channeling of all a nation's resources into the war effort
the policy of taking neither side in a conflict
A list of terms issued by President Wilson to end WWI and prevent future wars
Glorification of the military is known as __________.
Payments for war damage are __________.
The ____ ____ failed because Russia mobilized its army quickly.
Which nation, as a result of nationalism, feared increasing rebellion among its subjects?
Britain declared war on Germany because they invaded ____________.
By the early 20th Century, ___ had built the world's most respected navy because it needed to protect its vast overseas empire.
A _________ developed along the Wetern Front early in the war because trench warfare made it difficult for either side to win an advantage.
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy
The Triple Alliance consisted of _________________________________.
The ____________ Empire was considered a valuable ally because it controlled Russian supply routes.
Some __________ subjects were eager to participate in the war because they believed they would gain greater civil rights.
In general, the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles focused mainly on punishing _____.
In the _______________ Note, Germany offered Mexico the return of Mexican lands held by the U.S. if it joined the Central Powers.
Cultural ties to Britain contributed to the _____________ decision to enter WWI.
The ____________ seized complete control of Russia in 1917.
One way _______________ increased tensions in pre-war Europe was that Germans were proud of their new empire's military power and industrial leadership.
Many Irish Americans opposed the United States' decision to enter WWI on the side of the Allies because they resented ____ rule of Ireland.
At first, the Allies welcomed the overthrow of Russia's tsar in 1917 because they hoped Russia would become more _____ and a stronger ally.
One reason that Russia entered WWI was to defend the ____ peoples of Serbia.
Battle of the Marne
Germany's hopes for a quick victory on the Western Front were ended at the first _______________________.
food and clothing
The British blockade of ships carrying supplies to and from Germany violated international law because they confiscated _______________ as well as contraband.
On the Eastern Front, ___________ was not as widespread as on the Western Front.
To defend their merchant ships against attacks from German submarines, the Allies organized the merchant ships into ____________.
During the three-year long civil war in Russia, the "____" armies were composed of tsarist officers, democrats, and other anti-Bolsheviks.
The right of Eastern Europeans to choose their own form of government was one of Woodrow Wilson's __________________.
The leader of the Bolsheviks in 1917 during the November Revolution was _____________.
Which Allied leader wanted to weaken Germany at the Paris Peace Conference so that it could never again threaten France?
Paris Peace Conference
After the War, European colonies in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific felt betrayed by the outcome of the __________________.
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