World War 1 study guide

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World War 1 Study Guide
Militarism
Alliance System
Nationalism
Imperialism
Assassination of Franz Ferdinand
1914
- Why is this year important?
Allies
- Which countries?
Central Powers
- Which countries?
Serbia
- What did they do?
Race to the Sea
- What was it?
U-boat
Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
Blockade
Bolshevik Revolution
Armistice
November 11th, 1918
- Why is this date important?
Treaty of Versailles
Territory Loss
- Who and which territory?
Military Restriction
- Who and restrictions on what?
War Guilt
- Who was accused and how did they
make up for causing the war?
President Wilson
Neutrality
Irish and German Immigrants
- Who were they against? Why?
Lusitania
Zimmerman Telegram
Draft
War Industries Board
Rationing
- What is it?
Propaganda
- What is it? What forms can it take?
Espionage Act and Sedition Act
- What did they do? Why were they
important?
Great Migration
- What is it?
Spanish Flu
- Why is it important?
Doughboy
Wilson’s 14 Points
League of Nations
Veteran’s Day
Short answer topics:
1. List two major technological advances that happened in World War 1 and how they changed
the war.
2. What were two ways propaganda helped support the war effort? What did they encourage
people to do?
3. List and explain two causes of World War 1.
4. How did the war affect the lives of African Americans?
5. Did the sinking of the Lusitania and the Zimmerman Telegram influence the United States? If
yes, explain how they influenced the U.S.
6. What were the major components of the Treaty of Versailles?
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