World War 1 Vocabulary
A feeling of intense loyalty to ones country or group.
People who share a common language and traditions.
A buildup of military strength within a country.
The alliance of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.
Great Britian, France, and Russia.
Great Britian, France, and Russia
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman (Turkish) Empire
Information designed to influence opinion
Rule by one person with unlimited power
Selective Service Act
Establishing a military draft
Line of battle
An agreement to end fighting
The gathering of resources and the preparation for war
Limitation of use
Committee on Public Information
A committee formed to persuade Americans that the war represented a battle for democracy and freedom
Spying, as well as aiding the war effort
Secret action to damage the war effort
Payments for damage