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History w2l2

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History Week 2, Lesson 2

History Week 2, Lesson 2


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  • 1. 20th Century History Week 2, Lesson 2Tuesday, 5 February 13
  • 2. Quick Recap.... Power Struggle Quality of life was looking up Militarism Alliances Imperialism NationalismTuesday, 5 February 13
  • 3. Remember.... MAINTuesday, 5 February 13
  • 4. The Triple Alliance (Central Powers)Tuesday, 5 February 13
  • 5. Germany Austria-Hungary Bulgaria Ottoman EmpireTuesday, 5 February 13
  • 6. The Triple Entente (The allies)Tuesday, 5 February 13
  • 7. Great Britain France Italy RussiaTuesday, 5 February 13
  • 8. The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand Who is he? Why was he important?Tuesday, 5 February 13
  • 9. Tuesday, 5 February 13
  • 10. Character Profile Name Age Description Nationality Wife & Children PhotoTuesday, 5 February 13
  • 11. Franz Ferdinand Newspaper Headline/Article Activity:  Write  a  newspaper  article  for  a  front  page  on  the  death  of  Franz   Ferdinand.  You  may  =ill  in  the  rest  of  the  details  (i.e.  name  of  the  paper  etc.)   with  whatever  creative  details  you  would  like  (make  it  relevant)!  You  may   even  make  up  quotes  of  witnesses  etc.  to  strengthen  your  article.  The  base   information  should  be  taken  from  the  ‘Assassination  of  Franz  Ferdinand’   handout  given  in  class.  You  should  include:  how  the  actions  of  the  archduke   led  to  his  assassination  –  this  will  include  details  of  the  assassination.  You   should  also  consider  alternative  courses  of  action  the  archduke  could  have   taken  as  well  as  other  steps  that  could  have  been  taken  to  avoid  the   assassinationTuesday, 5 February 13