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This is. The Great War. Don’t forget about “US”. Peace or Problems?. Training for the M.A.I.N. event. Fighting on the Front Line. “ Missile”aneous. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. Effects Board 1. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500.

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  1. Thisis The Great War

  2. Don’t forget about “US” Peace or Problems? Training for the M.A.I.N. event Fighting on the Front Line “Missile”aneous 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 Effects Board 1 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  3. Training for the M.A.I.N. event “Missile”aneous Peace or Problems? Fighting on the Front Line Don’t forget about “US” Real Question Board 2

  4. This is what the “M” stands for in MAIN- Germany proved their execution of this idea when they sent the Panther to challenge French holdings in Africa.

  5. Militarism

  6. As a result of the Franco-Prussian War, France had to cede this land. They got it back after WWI.

  7. Alsace-Lorraine

  8. Nationalism took hold in this peninsula made up of Slavic peoples but controlled by foreign Empires, such as Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire.

  9. Balkan

  10. The dismissal of this German chancellor, who was behind several of the alliances, changed the climate of European politics

  11. Bismarck

  12. The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand by the Black Hands might’ve had something to do with Austria-Hungary preventing this country from annexing Albania and Macedonia. With the Austrian Ultimatum rejected, war became a reality.

  13. Serbia

  14. This was Germany’s original “game plan”, which was put in place to quickly defeat France and avoid a two-front war.

  15. Schlieffen

  16. This was the area between enemy trenches where no soldier would dare go.

  17. No Man’s Land

  18. This allied country was suffering countless defeats on the Eastern front, ceding land to Germany. Too bad the Germans couldn’t keep the land after the war.

  19. Russia

  20. It was at this battle that the Allied forces used taxis to halt the German advance after they crossed through neutral Belgium and into France.

  21. Battle of the Marne

  22. Though this campaign was an utter failure, it influenced Allied tactics in WWII and increased the sense of nationalism among Australians and New Zealanders.

  23. Gallipoli

  24. The sinking of this British passenger liner caused the death of over 100 lives.

  25. Lusitania

  26. While this new German weapon did not prove to be a huge determinant in the course of the war, it certainly threatened neutral U.S. merchant ships on the Atlantic.

  27. U-Boats

  28. Despite campaigning on the slogan “He Kept Us Out of War” in 1916, Wilson convinced Congress to declare war in 1917 after the discovery of this telegram that revealed a Mexican- German alliance

  29. Zimmerman Note

  30. This American led the AEF, or the American Expeditionary Force, in Europe. His nickname sounds like a card game.

  31. John “Black Jack” Pershing

  32. The United States convinced the British to use this escort system to cut shipping losses in half.

  33. Convoy System

  34. The war ended not with an unconditional surrender, but instead this, on 11/11/18.

  35. Armistice

  36. Germany faltered in the Summer and Fall of 1918 largely due to the U.S. entrance into war and the government’s failure to do this effectively, which led to inflation.

  37. Finance the war; Tax private firms

  38. These four countries were invited to the Paris Peace Conference, while Germany was not.

  39. Italy, US, GB, France

  40. Germany was forced to sign the guilt clause, accepting the blame for the war, and accept these three other consequences of the Treaty of Versailles.

  41. Forfeit territories (East and A-L); Reduce Military; Pay reparations

  42. This was Wilson’s 7th point in his Fourteen Point plan of “peace with honor”; it would give European countries a forum to discuss foreign affairs. The United States never agreed to join it.

  43. League of Nations

  44. This committee was created with the intention to influence public opinion in the direction of supporting the war. It used propaganda and books.

  45. Committee on Public Information

  46. This board was created in the U.S. to resolve problems between laborers and management.

  47. War Labor Board

  48. This illness swept the world in 1918-1919 and resulted in approximately 30 million deaths.

  49. Influenza

  50. This country suffered a genocide of almost 1.5 million at the hands of the Ottoman Turks.

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