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WW1 nationalism: strong devotion to a nation’s interest militarism: emphasis on aggressive military imperialism: process of extending economic, military, and political influence over other nations triple entente: become allied power France, GB, Russia triple alliance: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy gavrilo princip: Serbian nationalist who assassinated Archduke Ferdinand black hand: Serbian nationalist group that wanted to unite Bosnia and Herzegovina central powers: military alliance during ww1 of AH, Germany, Ottoman Empire allied power: Military alliance during WWI consisting of more than 20 nations including Russia, France, and Britain Schlieffen Plan: German plan to conquer France and then Russia by pushing through Belgium into Northern France Trench Warfare: method of fighting in ditches deep enough to enable soldiers to fight standing up u-boat: german submarine Lusitania: british passenger liner sunk by german u-boat
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