Chapter 13 – The Great War, 1914

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Vocabulary – Frayer Method
Definition
Picture
Term
Example
Non Example
Militarism
Policy of glorifying
military power and
keeping an army ready
for war;
Germany
Belgium
Central Powers
Germany, Austria
-Hungary, Bulgaria, and
The Ottoman Empire
because of their
central location;
Germany, Austria-Hungary,
Bulgaria, Ottoman Empire
Great Britain,
France, USSR
United States
Allies
Great Britain, France,
Russia, Japan, Italy,
and the United States
Great Britain, France,
Russia, Japan, Italy, US
Germany, AustriaHungary, Ottoman
Empire
Western Front
Deadlocked battle front
in Western Europe in
Northern France and
Belgium
Battlefields in Northern
France and Belgium
Eastern Front
Schlieffen Plan
German battle strategy
to attack ad defeat France
quickly and turn their attention
to the Eastern Front
Quick victory over France
then fight Russia;
Fighting a two front
war;
Trench Warfare
Fighting each other
from trenches which resulted
in basically a stalemate;
Long, bloody deadlocked
battles
Fighting in the open
Eastern Front
Battlefield along German
and Russian border;
Russian Front
Western Front
Unrestricted Submarine
Warfare
Germany’s announcement
that it would any sink ships
around British waters without
warning;
Sinking any ships without
warning;
Warnings before
attack;
Propaganda
One-sided information
designed to persuade,
keep up morale and
support for the war;
Rumors and war posters
Complete truth & facts
Total War
A country devoting all
resources to the war effort;
WWI, WWII;
Vietnam, Iraq War
Armistice
An agreement to stop
fighting;
Agreement to end war
Continued fighting
Fourteen Points
Plan for achieving a
just and lasting peace;
Series of Peace
Treaties for lasting
peace;
Punitive End to War
Treaty of Versailles
Treaty to End WWI
which placed sole
responsibility for the war
on Germany
Punitive treaty to end war
Wilson’s 14 Points
League of Nations
International peacekeeping association;
International peacekeeping
Association with little power;
United Nations
Vocabulary and all Assignments –
Due Friday, 12/16;
List the long-term and immediate causes and immediate
and long-term effects of WWI in a Multi-Flow Map;
Page 410, #6-9;
Page 415, #6-9, #9- 5 paragraph explanatory essay – use a
strong thesis and support with examples;
Page 422, #6-9;
Page 423, #1—3;
Page 427, #6-9;
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