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World War I Vocabulary Shining Star, Book A UNIT 4, Part 1
VOCABULARY IN CONTEXT p. 137
allies Britain and France were allies, so they fought together against other countries. countries that fight on the same side
enemy Britain and Frances enemy was Germany. the opposing side; not friends
surrendered Germany knew it could not win the war, so it surrendered. gave up victory
tension The tension between the two countries grew into a conflict. nervousness; anxiety; bad feeling
terrorists A group of terrorists hid bombs in the train, frightening the passengers. people who secretly do terrible things in order to scare or frighten the public
treaty A treaty was signed in 1919, and peace returned to Europe. a document that shows agreement between two sides
World War I pp. 138 - 147
overseas trade the buying and selling of foreign products
colonies countries or areas that are ruled by other countries
resources things that create wealth, such as land and energy
alliances agreements between countries to become allies (friends – on the same side)s
assassination the killing of an important person
emperor ruler of a country or countries
inventions completely new things
technology the knowledge and equipment that is used in the making of machines, etc.
choking coughing, gasping for breath
blisters lumps on the skin, filled with liquid usually caused by burning
neutral not supporting any country or alliance in a conflict
unrestricted without limits
cargo ships ships that carry food and other things
supplies things that people need for daily life
starving very hungry
armistice agreement to stop fighting
civilians people who arent in the army or navy
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