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World War One
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World War One

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This slideshow highlights the causes, countries, people, weapons, battles, and outcomes.

This slideshow highlights the causes, countries, people, weapons, battles, and outcomes.

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  • 1. Compiled by: Bruce Mulford Liberty High School Kissimmee, FL •Feel free to use all or parts of this slideshow, however please give proper credit
  • 2. A.Quest for pride, power and land B.Alliances brought many countries together as friend and foes C.Serbian assassination of Austrian Archduke Ferdinand & his wife
  • 3. Triple Entente – Allied Powers France – Premier Georges Clemenceau Britain – Prime Minister David Lloyd George Russia – Tsar Nicholas II & Vladimir Lenin United States – President Woodrow Wilson Italy - Vittorio Emanuele Orlando
  • 4. Triple Alliance – Central Powers Germany – Kaiser Wilhelm II Austria – Emperor Franz Joseph I Hungary – Prime Minister, Stefan Tisza Ottoman – Mehmed IV
  • 5. Aviators Germany – Manfred von Richthofen “Red Baron” USA – Eddie Rickenbacker Britain – Mick Mannock
  • 6. Military Generals Germany – Paul von Hindenburg USA – John Pershing Britain – Sir John French France – Joseph Joffre Ferdinand Foch
  • 7. Purpose Remedy Technology •U-boat many boats sunk mines & torpedoes •Poison gas death & deformation gas masks •Machine gun many soldiers deaths better armor & tanks •Balloons reconnaissance anti-aircraft guns, planes •Airplane recon & bombing mounted machine guns •Tanks protect from machine larger bombs & missiles guns & barbed wire
  • 8. CASUALTIES: UNOFFICIAL COUNTRY WOUNDED SOLDIERS CIVILIAN FRANCE 4.2 M 1.1 M ½M BRITAIN 2.0 M 1.1 M 100,000 USA 200,000 100,000 800 RUSSIA 10+ M* 10+ M* 10+ M* GERMANY 5M 3M ½M FLUENZA 30 M TOTAL 20+ M 15+ M 40+ M
  • 9. Paris Peace Treaty *Britain, France & USA decide the fate of Central Powers - Treaty of Versailles - Boundaries of countries redefined - “14 Points” - League of Nations is formed
  • 10. TREATY OF VERSIALLES Germany – - Had to accept responsibility for the war - Had to pay reparations to France - Lost Eastern half of empire to the new formed country Poland - Lost western areas of Alsace & Loraine to France & Rhineland was demilitarized - Military: no tanks, airplanes, subs, warships, & only 100,000 men in army
  • 11. TREATY OF VERSIALLES Austria-Hungary - Split up into two separate countries - Lost 50% of land to new countries - Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Romania, Poland & some went to Italy Russia - lost land to new countries - Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, & Poland, Romania & Turkey
  • 12. TREATY OF VERSIALLES Ottoman Empire - Split up into several new countries - Turkey (Independent) - France oversaw: Syria & Lebonon, - - Britain oversaw: Iraq, Transjordan, & Palestine
  • 13. 14 POINTS 1) No secret treaties 2) Freedom of the seas for all nations 3) Removal of all economic barriers, such as tariffs 4) Reduction of national armaments 5) Adjustment of colonies 6) Establishment of “League of Nations” 7) Restoration of Belgium 8) Restoration of all French lands 9) Clearly define the border of Italy 10) The development of a democracy in Austria & Hungary 11) Romania, Serbia, and Montenegro should be evacuated 12) Turkey should be liberated 13) A free Polish state 14) A general association of nations (League of Nations)
  • 14. Compiled by: Bruce Mulford Liberty High School Kissimmee, FL •Feel free to use all or parts of this slideshow, however please give proper credit

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