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world court
Hague Tribunal
all Slavs =
Pan-slavism
Germany + Austra
Central Powers
France + Britain + Russia
Allies
'no war!'
pacifism
'we love the army!'
militarism
agree to follow same plan
entente
Three 19th-cent. peace efforts?
Olympics, Nobel Prize, suffrage
Nationalism, imperial rivalries, militarism-how did they affect tension?
nationalism - France + Germany + beefy armies = tension
imperial rivalry - Germany + France + Morocco = dispute
militarism - arms race
European alliances - why?
distrust
Alliances = more fear : why?
Bigger war
Why did Bismarck predict war?
if everyone was like him, they'd attack each other
War : more or less exciting now?
nationalism - different than it used to be
Austrian archduke assasinated
Franz Ferdinand
Ferdinand shooter
Gavrilo Princip
German speedy war plan
Schlieffen Plan
final demands
ultimatum
prepare military
mobilize
choosing no side
neutrality
Archduke assassinated-why? Reaction?
Archduke = tyrant...Austria declared war.
Germany, Russia, France, Britain--how were they drawn into war?
Germany - Austrian alliance
Russia - Serbian alliance
France - Russian alliance
Britain - pissed at Russia
Who's responsible for war?
everyone
War--could have been avoided?
No!
Role of geography?
fighting over borders
battle lines with trenches
Western Front
long battle, France wins
Verdun
where Russia got its a-- kicked
Tannenberg

("hide tanned" at "Tannenberg")
where Italy got its a-- kicked
Caporetto

("Caporetto" where Italy got "capped")
where Turks beat Allies
Gallipoli
Brit who fought with Arabs
T.E. Lawrence
deadlock
stalemate
space between trenches
“no man’s land”
flying balloons
zeppelins
German subs
U-boats
groups of ships
convoys
Western Front stalemate-why?
equal armies + trenches hard to capture
technology in war?
machine-guns, long-distance artillery, poison gas
European colonies in war?
natives drafted as soldiers
chemical weapons-why banned?
inhuman effects
bad news--effects on hometowns?
bad morale, turned away young men
Russia-Germany treaty
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
American prez who fought in WWI
Woodrow Wilson
ship that Germany sank
Lusitania
Wilson's list for peace
Fourteen Points
all resources for war
total war
the draft
conscription
spreading ideas for war
propaganda
horrible act
atrocity
choose-yr-own govt
self-determination
agreement to end fighting
armistice
govt control of public-how?
economy - conscription, raised taxes, borrowed money
public opinion - censoring the press, spreading propaganda
Russian wartime failure-why?
no public confidence
US declare war-why?
U-boats shooting US ships
American entry-effects?
morale boost, money
Reread the poem. To whom is the poem addressed? What does it suggest about the effects of trench warfare?
It's addressed to the people back at home who see the war from afar. He says that it's "hell."
suffragist's supported the war?
Definitely! new jobs
British prime minister
David Lloyd George
French leader
Georges Clemenceau
international government
League of Nations
treaty at end of WWI
Treaty of Versailles
widespread disease
pandemic
re-payments for war
reparations
lots o' nations act together
collective security
territory administered by western powers
mandate
Europe after WWI?
Millions dead, land ravaged, millions in debt, political turmoil.
3 issues at PPC?
reparations, boundaries, Italy's secret agreement
WW's goals at PPC-how different?
democracy + 14 Pts
treaties-how were they contra WW?
ignored colonies
mandate system changes in Africa?
France, Britain given Germany's colonies
WW--approve PPC?
liked self-determined states, hated more colonies and secret agreements