Crisis
Places
Things
Ideas
Self - Interest

100

difficult or dangerous situations in which a decision must be made quickly and the result of the decision has heavy consequences
crises

100

the sun never set on this empire because it covered over 1/5 of the world
Great Britain

100

an agreement between two or more nations
treaty

100

the belief in freedom and equality between people; a form of government in which the people rule, either directly or through elected representatives
democracy

100

concern only for getting what you want or need and not about what happens to other people
Self-Interest

200

a war between the British and the Dutch over Transvaal and the Free Orange State in Southern Africa
the Boer War

200

the nation that declared war on Serbia on July 28, 1914
Austria-Hungary

200

a region in which active warfare is taking place in two places at one time
two front war

200

when one event sets into motion a chain of similar events where each event is triggered by the previous event
domino effect

200

a natural tendency to protect yourself from harm or death
self preservation

300

an international conflict that occurred when Austria-Hungary annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Bosnian Crisis

300

the nation that created the Schlieffen Plan
Germany

300

to add an area or region to a country, state, or city
annexed

300

a nation that does not participate in a war
neutral

300

to do well, grow, or succeed
thrive

400

a dispute over territory between France and Great Britain over an area of the Sudan south of Egypt
The Fashoda Incident

400

the nation that created the first air force
France

400

the name given to World War I before anyone knew there would be a World War II
The Great War

400

Germany's plan for fighting a two front war with Russia and France where Germany would invade France through Belgium in a surprise attack; beat them quickly; and move to the Russian front before the Russians could mobilize their army
Schlieffen Plan

400

disagreements or differences between nations that cause tension, aggression, or war
conflict

500

a conflict between Germany and France over control of Morocco
The Moroccan Crisis

500

The nation that stayed neutral in World War I until April 6, 1917
the United States

500

a country or area in which an imperialist country has power to affect what happens there though it has no formal authority
sphere of influence

500

something that is sure to happen
inevitable

500

not capable of being affected by a virus or disease
immune