Study Guide WWI (answers at the bottom of page)1. ________________ is a type of government where all power belongs to one single agency/group. An example of this type of government is ___________________.2. _________________ is a strong loyalty to one’s own culture and country. 3. Austria-Hungary declared war on ______________ after Franz Ferdinand was assassinated. 4. _______________ is a country’s government that is controlled by a small group of people. Many times these people use power for corrupt reasons. 5. What are the two types of democratic government? _______________ and _______________6. An agreement between countries to work together during war or for trade is called a/an __________________. 7. While the war was going on, people working at home were said to be working on the “_____________ ______________”.8. An agreement to stop fighting (or a truce) is called a/an _______________.9. _____________________was a dictator that ruled the Soviet Union from 1924-1953.10. In 1915, German subs sank the ________________ which was carrying war supplies. Its passengers included 128 Americans.11. __________________ government is a type that receives its power from the people. 12. In April 1917, U.S. declared war on _______________ and other central powers.13. A government where one person possesses unlimited power and citizens have very little say is called _________________. An example is a dictatorship. 14. January 1919, allied leaders worked out a truce for peace. As part of the treaty, they created “The _____________ of _______________”. This international council would work to prevent future __________________.15. ___________________ government is also known as federalism. The power is divided into levels: one central and several local governments.16. Refusing to take sides in disagreements and wars between countries is ___________________. 17. At the end of the war, German leaders were forced to sign the _____________ of Versailles. It caused anger in Germany because it blamed them for the war.18. ____________________ was the Bolsheviks leader and the founder of the Soviet Union. 19. A/an _______________ means to forcibly prevent entry into an area.
20. When a country has no government body (which means no powers), it is called a/an _________________.
Study guide answers
1. Unitary, Great Britain
5. Parliamentary and presidential
7. Home front
14. League of Nations, war