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World War One Vocabulary

Quiz by Kirsten Anderson

Grade 7
Social Studies
North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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  • Q1
    War from 1914-1918 that involved 30 countries and used trench warfare. Began after the assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand; Germany, Austria-Hungary v. Britain, France, Russia; America is neutral until 1915 and sides with the Allies.
    Russo-Japanese War
    Spanish American War
  • Q2
    The losing side of WWI and included Austria-Hungary, Germany, Bulgaria, and Ottoman Empire.
    Axis Powers
    Allied Powers
    Central Powers
    Triple Entente
  • Q3
    The winning side of WWI and included Gt. Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Serbia, and the United States.
    Triple Entente
    Axis Powers
    Allied Powers
    Central Powers
  • Q4
    New Weapons used during WWI
    Airplanes and Poisonous gas
    Ditches and Trains
    Horses and Arrows
  • Q5
    System of digging ditches for fighting and living quarter for soldiers. They were muddy, wet, spread diseases, and rat infested.
  • Q6
    His assassination sparked the beginning of World War I.
    Duke of Edinburgh
    Archduke Franz Ferdinand
    Franklin Roosevelt
    Queen Victoria
  • Q7
    The U.S. did not want to get involved in WWI and did not support either side in the beginning of the war.
  • Q8
    All events led to the United States entering WWI EXCEPT:
    Breaking of the Sussex Pledge
    The Zimmerman Note
    The Berlin Conference
    Sinking of the Lusitania
  • Q9
    Secret telegram sent to Mexico from Germany in 1917, promising Mexico land lost to the U.S. if Mexico allied with Germany
    Wilhelm Note
    Zimmerman Note
    Canadian Note
  • Q10
    A "truce" or agreement to end fighting.
  • Q11
    (1918) President Woodrow Wilson's plan for organizing post World War I Europe and for avoiding future wars. It included: self-determination, free trade, no imperialism, no secret pacts, freedom of the seas, arms reduction, creation of world organization/League of Nations.
    14 Points
    5 Points
    12 Points
  • Q12
    Established in 1920 to promote world peace and cooperation. It was first proposed in 1918 by President Woodrow Wilson, although the United States never joined the League. It was replaced in 1946 with the U.N.
    League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
    League of Nations
    National Center for Peace
  • Q13
    Treaty that ended WWI in 1918. The treaty stated that Germany had to pay Reparations (payments for damages from war) , Germany could not create military or weapons, and Germany lost land. It was a main cause of WWII.
    Treaty of Paris
    Treaty of Versailles
    Treaty of Berlin
  • Q14
    President of the United States during WWI. He wanted peace & democracy.
    Woodrow Wilson
    Franklin Roosevelt
  • Q15
    Prime Minister of Gt. Britain, wanted to protect the British Empire.
    David Lloyd George
    Winston Churchill
    Queen Victoria

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