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World War 1-World Studies
King George V
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Czar Nicholas II
Franz Joseph
King of England (Cousin to Nicholas and Wilhelm).
Emperor of Germany (Cousin to Nicholas II & George V)
Emperor of Russia (Cousin of Wilhelm II & George V)
Emperor of Austria-Hungary
King George V
King of England (Cousin to Nicholas and Wilhelm).
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Emperor of Germany (Cousin to Nicholas II & George V)
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World War 1-World Studies
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Czar Nicholas II
Franz Joseph
Franz Ferdinand
Emperor of Germany (Cousin to Nicholas II & George V)
Emperor of Russia (Cousin of Wilhelm II & George V)
Emperor of Austria-Hungary
Archduke, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, Franz Joseph…
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Emperor of Germany (Cousin to Nicholas II & George V)
Czar Nicholas II
Emperor of Russia (Cousin of Wilhelm II & George V)
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World War 1 Study Guide
What does MAIN stand for?
What were the main countries of the Al…
What were the countries of The Central…
What was President Wilson's initial at…
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Great Britain... France... Russia... Italy ... U.S.... Japan
Germany... Austria-Hungary... Ottoman Empire... Bulgaria
He wanted to remain neutral.
What does MAIN stand for?
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
What were the main countries of the Al…
Great Britain... France... Russia... Italy ... U.S.... Japan
World War 1-World Studies
King George V
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Czar Nicholas II
Franz Joseph
King of England (Cousin to Nicholas and Wilhelm).
Emperor of Germany (Cousin to Nicholas II & George V)
Emperor of Russia (Cousin of Wilhelm II & George V)
Emperor of Austria-Hungary
King George V
King of England (Cousin to Nicholas and Wilhelm).
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Emperor of Germany (Cousin to Nicholas II & George V)
22 terms
World War 1-World Studies
King George V
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Czar Nicholas II
Franz Joseph
King of England (Cousin to Nicholas and Wilhelm).
Emperor of Germany (Cousin to Nicholas II & George V)
Emperor of Russia (Cousin of Wilhelm II & George V)
Emperor of Austria-Hungary
King George V
King of England (Cousin to Nicholas and Wilhelm).
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Emperor of Germany (Cousin to Nicholas II & George V)
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World War 1-World Studies
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Czar Nicholas II
Franz Ferdinand
Gavrilo Princip
Emperor of Germany (Cousin to Nicholas II & George V)
Emperor of Russia (Cousin of Wilhelm II & George V)
Archduke, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, Franz Joseph…
A Serbian assassin/terrorist member of the Black Hand, Who as…
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Emperor of Germany (Cousin to Nicholas II & George V)
Czar Nicholas II
Emperor of Russia (Cousin of Wilhelm II & George V)
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world studies: world war 1
alliance
armistice
artocity
collective security
nations who agree to cooperate to achieve a common goal
agreement to end fighting in a war
horrible act committed against innocent
system in which a group of nations acts as one to preserve th…
alliance
nations who agree to cooperate to achieve a common goal
armistice
agreement to end fighting in a war
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World War 1 Study Guide
What are the two alliances?
What does MAIN stand for?
What are the countries of The Triple E…
What are the countries of The Triple A…
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Great Britain... France... Russia
Italy... Germany... Austria-Hungary
What are the two alliances?
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
What does MAIN stand for?
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
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World War 1 Study Guide
The Fourteen Points
Rationing
Total War
Lusitania Incident
Wilson's proposition for world peace and democracy after the…
a limited portion or allowance of food or goods; limitation o…
the channeling of a nation's entire resources into a war effort
Event in which Germany sinks a British ship containing over 1…
The Fourteen Points
Wilson's proposition for world peace and democracy after the…
Rationing
a limited portion or allowance of food or goods; limitation o…
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World Studies: World War 1
Alliance
Armistice
Atrocity
Collective Security
Nations who agree to cooperate to achieve a common goal.
Agreement to end fighting in war.
Horrible act committed against innocence.
System in which a group of nations act as one to preserve the…
Alliance
Nations who agree to cooperate to achieve a common goal.
Armistice
Agreement to end fighting in war.
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World War 1 Study Guide
What are the two alliances?
What does MAIN stand for?
What are the countries of The Triple A…
What are the countries of The Triple E…
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Great Britain... France... Russia
Italy... Germany... Austria-Hungary
What are the two alliances?
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
What does MAIN stand for?
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
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World War 1 Study Guide
What are the two alliances?
What does MAIN stand for?
What are the countries of The Triple E…
What are the countries of The Triple A…
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Great Britain... France... Russia
Italy... Germany... Austria-Hungary
What are the two alliances?
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
What does MAIN stand for?
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
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5world studies: world war1
Alliance
Armistice
Atrocity
Collective security
Nations which agree to cooperate to achive a common goal
Agreement to end fighting in a war
Horrible act committed against innocent
System in which a group of nations acts as one to preserve th…
Alliance
Nations which agree to cooperate to achive a common goal
Armistice
Agreement to end fighting in a war
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World studies world war 1
Alliance
Armistice
Atrocity
Collective security
Nations who agree to cooperate to acheive a common goal
Agreement to end fighting in a war
Horrible act committed against innocent
System in which a group of nations acts as one to preserve th…
Alliance
Nations who agree to cooperate to acheive a common goal
Armistice
Agreement to end fighting in a war
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World Studies-World War 1
Entente
Militarism
Ultimatum
Mobilize
nonbinding agreement to follow common policies
glorification of the military
final set of demands
prepare military forces for war
Entente
nonbinding agreement to follow common policies
Militarism
glorification of the military
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World War 1 Study Guide
What are the two alliances?
What does MAIN stand for?
What are the countries of The Triple E…
What are the countries of The Triple A…
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Great Britain... France... Russia
Italy... Germany... Austria-Hungary
What are the two alliances?
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
What does MAIN stand for?
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
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World War 1 Study Guide
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Natio…
Great Britain... France... Russia
Italy... Germany... Austria-Hungary
What are the two alliances?
What does MAIN stand for?
What are the countries of The Triple Entente?
What are the countries of The Triple Alliances?
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
What are the two alliances?
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Natio…
What does MAIN stand for?
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Social Studies World War 1
Alliance
Treaty of Versailles
Nationalism
Allies
Agreements or promises to defend and help another country.
Peace Treaty that forced Germany to take full blame for the w…
Having pride in your country - willing to defend it.
France Russian and Great Britain; later the USA and Japan.
Alliance
Agreements or promises to defend and help another country.
Treaty of Versailles
Peace Treaty that forced Germany to take full blame for the w…
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World war 1 study guide
Treaty of brest litovsk
Woodrow wilson
Lusitania:
Fourteen Points
a peace treaty between the germans and the russians ... before t…
the american president that help lead the people to win world…
was the largest american ship at the time that was sunken by…
A treaty created by woodrow wilson to help end the war
Treaty of brest litovsk
a peace treaty between the germans and the russians ... before t…
Woodrow wilson
the american president that help lead the people to win world…
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World Studies World War 1
Nationalism
Militarism
Allies
Trench Warfare
a strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one's contry
glorification of the military
Russia, France, United Kingdom, Serbia,Portugal,Romania, Greece
combat in which each side occupies a system of protective tre…
Nationalism
a strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one's contry
Militarism
glorification of the military
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World Studies World War 1
Nationalism
Militarism
Allies
Trench warfare
is a belief, creed or political ideology that involves an ind…
the belief or desire of a government or people that a country…
the powers of the triple Entente with the nations allied with…
combat in which each side occupies a system of protective tre…
Nationalism
is a belief, creed or political ideology that involves an ind…
Militarism
the belief or desire of a government or people that a country…
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WORLD STUDIES; World War 1
Allies
Central Powers
France ruler
Russia ruler
France, Russia, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, United States, a…
Germany, Austria Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire
Clemenceau
Czar Nicolas 2
Allies
France, Russia, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, United States, a…
Central Powers
Germany, Austria Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire
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World war 1 (world studies)
Alliance
Armistice
Atrocity
Collective security
Nations who agree to cooperate to achieve a common goal
Agreement to end fighting a war
Horrible act committed against innocent
System in which a group of nations acts as one to preserve th…
Alliance
Nations who agree to cooperate to achieve a common goal
Armistice
Agreement to end fighting a war
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World War 1 Study
Woodrow Wilson
William Jennings Bryan
Segregate
The KKK
President from 1913-1921... Was only in politics for 2 years bef…
Who was the Secretary of State in Wilson's cabinet?
What did Wilson do to all government official buildings?
Who becomes a politically active party and creates a movie ca…
Woodrow Wilson
President from 1913-1921... Was only in politics for 2 years bef…
William Jennings Bryan
Who was the Secretary of State in Wilson's cabinet?
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World War 1 study questions
war time propaganda
Lusitania
Zimmerman telegram
Central Powers
advertisement; a way that the government persuaded people to…
A British ship that was sunk by the Germans in 1915 that kill…
sent to Mexico by the Germans asking them to join the Central…
a group of countries that joined together to fight the enemy;…
war time propaganda
advertisement; a way that the government persuaded people to…
Lusitania
A British ship that was sunk by the Germans in 1915 that kill…
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World War 2-World Studies
Treaty of Versailles and Germany
League of Nations
Blitzkreig
Nonagression Pact
Punish Germany, pay reparations, give up territory, make them…
A global association formed in 1919 to promote peace. It was…
"Lighting Wars" type of fast-moving warfare used by German fo…
a pact between Germany and the USSR saying,"You don't mess wi…
Treaty of Versailles and Germany
Punish Germany, pay reparations, give up territory, make them…
League of Nations
A global association formed in 1919 to promote peace. It was…
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World War 1 Study Guide
The underlying and immediate causes of…
What was President Wilson's initial at…
What was the name of the treaty that e…
The country that was blamed for the st…
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism... Assassination
He wanted to remain neutral.
Treay of Versailles
Germany
The underlying and immediate causes of…
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism... Assassination
What was President Wilson's initial at…
He wanted to remain neutral.
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Social Studies: World War 1
Alliances
Allied Powers
Armistic
Battle of The Somme
Nations banding together for protection
Great Britain, France, Russia, Serbia, and the U.S.
an end to fighting
20,000 British soldiers died here
Alliances
Nations banding together for protection
Allied Powers
Great Britain, France, Russia, Serbia, and the U.S.
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World War 1 Study
In what year did WW1 start?
What was the spark of WW1?
The assassination took place on the
Who was the Prime Minister of Australi…
1914
the assassination of the Austrian-Hungarian archduke Franz Fe…
28th of june 1914
Joseph Cook than Andrew Fisher
In what year did WW1 start?
1914
What was the spark of WW1?
the assassination of the Austrian-Hungarian archduke Franz Fe…
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World War 1 Study
Nationalism
Militarism
Alliance
Balance of Power
intense loyalty to ones nation or group and promotion of its…
A buildup of material strength within a country
A close association of nation or other groups, formed to adva…
Distribution of power among nations so that not single nation…
Nationalism
intense loyalty to ones nation or group and promotion of its…
Militarism
A buildup of material strength within a country
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World War 1 Study Guide
What does MAIN stand for?
What were the main countries of the Al…
What were the countries of The Central…
What was the name of the treaty that e…
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Great Britain... France... Russia... Italy ... U.S.... Japan
Germany... Austria-Hungary... Ottoman Empire... Bulgaria
Treay of Versailles
What does MAIN stand for?
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
What were the main countries of the Al…
Great Britain... France... Russia... Italy ... U.S.... Japan
43 terms
World War 1 Study Guide
What does MAIN stand for?
What were the main countries of the Al…
What were the countries of The Central…
What was President Wilson's initial at…
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Great Britain... France... Russia... Italy ... U.S.... Japan
Germany... Austria-Hungary... Ottoman Empire... Bulgaria
He wanted to remain neutral.
What does MAIN stand for?
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
What were the main countries of the Al…
Great Britain... France... Russia... Italy ... U.S.... Japan
8 terms
World War 1 study
What are the Causes of War?
Triple Alliance
Triple Entete
What brought U.S. into war?
Militarism, Alliances, Nationalism, Imperialism, and Ferdinan…
Germany, Austria-Hungary, (Italy)
France, Britain, America, Russia
Lusitania Sinking, Zimmerman Telegram, and Russian Withdrawal
What are the Causes of War?
Militarism, Alliances, Nationalism, Imperialism, and Ferdinan…
Triple Alliance
Germany, Austria-Hungary, (Italy)
My world Social Studies world war1
Who killed Franz Ferdinand and his wif…
When did world war 1 began?
Why were trenches bad for solders?
What was the first event that mad Amer…
A teenage student from Serbia who was mad at them shot both o…
August 14,1914 was when began.
They were bad because diseases spread easily.
It was the sinking of the passenger ship, the Lusitania.
Who killed Franz Ferdinand and his wif…
A teenage student from Serbia who was mad at them shot both o…
When did world war 1 began?
August 14,1914 was when began.
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World war 1 study
What was the league of Nations
What did the 14 points call for
What else did the 14 points call for
What did the Treaty of Versailles say
An international organization meant to keep peace and prevent…
No blame on one country and snow reparations for Germany
National self-determination the right of the country to choos…
-Germany must take full responsibility for the war ... -Germany…
What was the league of Nations
An international organization meant to keep peace and prevent…
What did the 14 points call for
No blame on one country and snow reparations for Germany
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World War 1 Study Guide
Militarism
Imperialism
Nationalism
Alliances
The policy of building up of the military to prepare for war
The taking over of territories by a larger country
Pride and devotion to one's country
Nations looking for "protection"
Militarism
The policy of building up of the military to prepare for war
Imperialism
The taking over of territories by a larger country
35 terms
World War 1 Study Guide
What are the two alliances?
What does MAIN stand for?
What are the countries of The Triple E…
What are the countries of The Triple A…
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Great Britain... France... Russia
Italy... Germany... Austria-Hungary
What are the two alliances?
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
What does MAIN stand for?
Militarism... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
13 terms
World War 1 Study Cards
Alliance
Isolationism
League of Nations
Treaty of Versailles
Agreement among nations to defend one another
Policy in which a nation prefers to remain neutral and let ot…
Organization created to prevent future wars but the U.S did n…
Officially ended WW1, punished Germany
Alliance
Agreement among nations to defend one another
Isolationism
Policy in which a nation prefers to remain neutral and let ot…
16 terms
World War 1 Study Guide
What are the two alliances?
What are the countries of The Triple E…
What are the countries of The Triple A…
Which country was responsible for WW1?
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
Great Britain... France... Russia
Italy... Germany... Austria-Hungary
Germany
What are the two alliances?
Triple Alliance... Triple Entente
What are the countries of The Triple E…
Great Britain... France... Russia
World War 1 study guide
MAIN causes of the war (1.8c)
Relating to standard 1.8c
Militarism
Allies
Militarism- Nations in Europe were racing against each other…
The MAIN causes of the war resulted in World War 1 which was…
The belief or desire of a government or people that a country…
A group of countries that agree to help other countries to ac…
MAIN causes of the war (1.8c)
Militarism- Nations in Europe were racing against each other…
Relating to standard 1.8c
The MAIN causes of the war resulted in World War 1 which was…
World War 1 Social Studies
Central Powers
Allies
Trench Warfare
Propoganda
Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire
(initial capital letter) (in World War I) the powers of the T…
A form of warfare in which opposing armies fight each other f…
Information from the government to sway the public's opinion.…
Central Powers
Austria-Hungary, Germany, Ottoman Empire
Allies
(initial capital letter) (in World War I) the powers of the T…
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World War 1 (Social Studies)
1914-1918
Canada became an independent country b…
Archduke Ferdinand went to Sarajero as…
The Great War and The War to End it All
World War 1 happened in
In 1867...
June 14 1914
What are the two nicknames of World War 1?
1914-1918
World War 1 happened in
Canada became an independent country b…
In 1867...
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study set world war 1
isolationism
isolationist
miltarism
nationlism
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
People who wanted the United States to stay out of world affa…
building up the armed forces
Extreme pride in owns nation
isolationism
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
isolationist
People who wanted the United States to stay out of world affa…
48 terms
World War 1 Study Guide
British passenger ship carrying Americ…
Avoiding involvement in the affairs of…
Great Britain, France, Belgium, Serbia…
not choosing a side in a conflict
Lusitania
Isolationism
allies
neutrality
British passenger ship carrying Americ…
Lusitania
Avoiding involvement in the affairs of…
Isolationism
14 terms
world war 1 study guide
Nationalism
Imperialsm
Militarism
Alliances
intense loyalty to one's nation or group and promotion of its…
the actions used by the nation to exercise political or econo…
a build up of military strength within a country
defense agreements among nations
Nationalism
intense loyalty to one's nation or group and promotion of its…
Imperialsm
the actions used by the nation to exercise political or econo…
World War 1 study guide
Vladimir Lenin
parapet
duckboard
trench foot
Russian founder of the Bolsheviks and leader of the Russian R…
A low wall or railing
The duckboard was to keep the soldier feet away from the bloo…
Foot rot caused by long periods of time in wet boots
Vladimir Lenin
Russian founder of the Bolsheviks and leader of the Russian R…
parapet
A low wall or railing
12 terms
World War 1 study guide
Trench
Trench Foot
Neutrality
Mustard Gas
a hole as shelter from enemy fire or attack
foot disease that soldiers got in WW1
to stay neutral or out of other countries business
chemical invented to harm and choke soldiers
Trench
a hole as shelter from enemy fire or attack
Trench Foot
foot disease that soldiers got in WW1
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World War 1 Study Guide
Militarism
Alliances
Imperialism
Nationalism
policies building up strong military for the war
A bond or connection between countries
extending a country's power and influence through military fo…
strong pride in one's country
Militarism
policies building up strong military for the war
Alliances
A bond or connection between countries
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World War 1 Study Guide
Central Powers
Allied Powers
Treaty of Versailles
trench warfare
originally Austria Hungary and Germany, later jointed by Bulg…
originally France, Russia and Britain, later jointed by Italy…
was signed by representatives of the United States, France, B…
In WWI the new strategy of ______ was an effective way to def…
Central Powers
originally Austria Hungary and Germany, later jointed by Bulg…
Allied Powers
originally France, Russia and Britain, later jointed by Italy…
55 terms
World war 1 study guide
treaty of brest litovsk
woodrow wilson
lusitania
fourteen points
a peace treaty between the germans and the russians ... before t…
the american president that help lead the people to win world…
was the largest american ship at the time that was sunken by…
A treaty created by woodrow wilson to help end the war
treaty of brest litovsk
a peace treaty between the germans and the russians ... before t…
woodrow wilson
the american president that help lead the people to win world…
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