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 Militarism
glorification of the military
 Nationalism
a strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one’s country
 Anarchy
an abolishment of all government; a state of society without government or law
 Imperialism
domination by one country of the political, economic, or cultural life of another country or region.
 Propaganda
spreading of ideas to promote a certain cause or to damage an opposing cause
 Ultimatum
final set of demands
 Reparation
payment for war damages or damages caused by imprisonment
 War Bonds
a form of savings during wartime helping to support the war
 Armistice
agreement to end fighting in a war
 Edith Cavell
English nurse. When World War I broke out, she was head of the nursing staff of the Berkendael Medical Institute
 Schlieffin Plan
was the German General Staff's overall strategic plan for victory on the Western Front against France, and was executed to near victory in the first month of World War I
 David Lloyd George
the British Prime minister
 George Clemenceau
the French leader who made a anti-German war policy
 Woodrow Wilson
President of the United States who insisted that Americans had the right to safe travel on the seas.
 Alfred Nobel
a Swedish inventor who invented dynamite and regretted the military uses of his invention.
 Gavrilo Princip
Serbian political agitator
 Black Hand
It was the name adopted by a secret organization formed in Serbia in 1911, led by army officers, whose objective was the achievement of Serbian independence from Austria and Ottoman Turkey
 Triple Alliance
An alliance between Germany, Austria- Hungary and Italy
 Triple Entente
It aligned Britain to France and Russia, who had concluded a military alliance