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MILITARISM
Glorifing war and preparing for it.
TRIPLE ALLIANCE
Military agreement between Germany, Austria-Hungery, and Italy.
KAISER WILHELM
Emperor of Germany.
TRIPLE ENTENTE
Military agreement between Britian, France, and Russia.
UNRESTRICTED SUBMARINE WARFARE
When Germans announced that their submarines would sink without warning form any ship in the waters around Britian.
TOTAL WAR
Means that countries developed all their resources to their war effort.
RATIONING
When people could only buy a small amount of those items that were also needed for the war effort.
PROPAGANDA
One-sided information designed to persuade, to keep up morale and support for the war.
ARMISTICE
An agreement to stop fighting .
BIG FOUR
Woodrow Wilson, Georges Clemenceau, David Lloyed, and Vittorio.
WOODROW WILSON
Man of U.S. in the "Big Four".
GEORGES CLEMENCEAU
Man from france in the "Big Four
FOURTEEN POINTS
A series of peace proposals that utlined a plan for achieving a just and lasting peace.
SELF-DETERMINATION
Meant allowing people to decide for themselves under what goverment they wished to live.
TREATY OF VERSAILLES
A compromise between Germany and all the Allied powers.
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
It was an international association whose goals would keep peace among nations.