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World war i game draft 1

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  • 1. ••••••
  • 2. ••••
  • 3. First to arrivereceives400P!Advance2StepsYou saved acomrade25pAMBUSH!Go Back 3SpacesFREE50pBigBerthaBoost!SecretTrenchTunnel!SecretTrenchTunnel!Advance2StepsHyphen10 pointsFREE50p1015202535 30 35 45 308540455055506560751007580759590 10020050 7590100755095
  • 4. b) “The Death Zone”c) “Dead Man’s Land”a) “No-Man’s Land”
  • 5. Over 200,000 men died in the trenches of World War IFree Fact!Back To Board Game
  • 6. Free Fact!
  • 7. Irish Sea-> Sinking of the Lusitania-> May 7th 1915-> U-20, German submarine-> Germany had placed battle shipsand submarines in the home waters ofEngland.->In order to stop the shipment ofmunitions to their enemies.-> With a torpedo, they sunk theLusitania.-> America had entered WarFree Fact!Back To Board Game
  • 8. • More than 65 million men from 30countries fought in WWI.• The Triple Entente lost about 6million soldiers.• The Central Powers lost about 4million.Free Fact!Back To Board Game
  • 9. • After the sinking of the Lusitania, theU.S had been outraged.• U.S decided to enter the War againstGermany.• American poster encouraging enlistmentin 1915 was inspired by the discoveryafter the sinking of the Lusitania of thebody of a woman holding a child in herarms.Free Fact!Back To Board Game
  • 10. a) George Lloydb) Mustafa Kemalc) Winston Churchill
  • 11. Answer
  • 12. Answer• The Triple Entente (Allied Powers)• The Central Powers20 points Bonus answer• The Triple Entente ~ France, Russia, England• The Central Powers~ Germany, Austria-Hungary,Turkey, BulgariaBack To Board Game
  • 13. a) 8 millionb) 2 millionc) 5 million
  • 14. c) Thirst of Ward) Militarism, Industrialism and alliancese) All of the abovea) The assassination of Arch Duke Ferdinandb) Nationalism
  • 15. a) Alliancesb) German troops trying to enter the U.Sc) The sinking of the Lusitaniad) A plead made by George Butler Lloyd forreinforcements in 1915
  • 16. b) 80,000c) 60,000a) 70,000
  • 17. a)20%b) 11%c) 9.5%d) 10%
  • 18. a) Serbiab) Austro-Hungaryc) None of the above
  • 19. a) The British Empireb) Francec) Russiad) GermanyAnswer
  • 20. AnswerCountriesTotalMobilizedKilled /DiedWoundedPrisonersandMissingTotalCasualtiesPercent ofCasualtiesAlliesRussia 12,000,000 1,700,000 4,950,000 2,500,000 9,150,000 76.3%France 8,410,000 1,357,800 4,266,000 537,000 6,160,800 73.3%BritishEmpire8,904,467 908,371 2,090,212 191,652 3,190,235 35.8%Germany 11,000,000 1,773,700 4,216,058 1,152,800 7,142,558 64.9%RussiaBack To Board Game
  • 21. a) British Expedition Forceb) British Expeditionary Forcec) British Expeditionary Forces
  • 22. a) Chinab) Germanyc) Russiae) England (Britain)d) France
  • 23. a) Germanyb) Serbiac) Russiad) Austro-Hungary
  • 24. a) Zagrebb) Sarajevoc) Belgrade
  • 25. a) Franz Joseph of Austro-Hungaryb) Nicholas II of Russiac) Winston Churchill of Britain
  • 26. a) The Hindenburg Planb) The Schlieffen Planc) Operation Barbarossa
  • 27. a) Franceb) Hollandc) Belgium
  • 28. a) Austro-Hungaryb) Yugoslaviac) Serbia
  • 29. a) Freedom Bondb) Liberty Bondc) Peace Bond
  • 30. a) Liegeb) Fort Heinekenc) The Hague
  • 31. a) $40 billionb) $50 billiond) $35 billionc) $30 billion
  • 32. a) Franceb) Russiac) England
  • 33. a) To open shipping routes with Russiab) To gain access to the Persian Gulfc) To prevent Russian ships from enteringthe Baltic Sea
  • 34. a) A British attack on the Dardanellesb) A German attack on Russiac) A British attack on Gallipoli
  • 35. a) Turkeyb) Italyc) Belgium
  • 36. a) May 1915b) May 1917c) May 1914
  • 37. a) France, Germanyb) Germany, Russiac) Austro-Hungary, Serbia
  • 38. TrueFalse
  • 39. a) 1914-1918b) 1914-1919c) 1912-1918
  • 40. a) Kornilovb) Kerenskyc) Rennenkampf
  • 41. TrueFalse
  • 42. a) Submarine Warfareb) Gas maskc) Napalm (bombs designed to start fire)
  • 43. Back To Board GameIncorrect
  • 44. CORRECT!Back To Board Game