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  • World War 1 - Review Test Thursday 12/16
  • When did WW1 take place?
    • 1914 - 1918
  • Why?
    • The Great War
    • The War to End All Wars
    • The First World War
    • World War 1
  • Primary Source
    • Eyewitness
    • NOT
      • Textbook
      • Encyclopedia
      • Biography, Novel, etc.
    • YES
      • Diary entry, letter, photograph
  • Which of the following is a primary source on WW1
    • Historical fiction novel
    • Biography of Woodrow Wilson
    • Textbook description of trench warfare
    • Letter from a soldier fighting in the trenches
    • Encyclopedia article about causes of WW1
  • Yellow Journalism
    • Exaggerated news stories
    • Influence public opinion
    • Led to Spanish-American War
  • M.A.I.N. causes of WW1
    • Europe – powder keg.
    • M.A.I.N.
    • M. = Militarism
    • A. = Alliances
    • I. = Imperialism
    • N. = Nationalism
  • Militarism
    • The policy of building up a strong military force to prepare for war.
  • Alliances
    • When countries/governments team up and work together. Usually for protection against common enemies.
  • Imperialism
    • The policy by which one country takes control of the economic and political affairs of another country or region.
  • Nationalism
    • Pride in or devotion to one’s country.
  • WW1 = The Spark
    • Immediate cause of the war.
    • Archduke Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary shot and killed by a Serbian.
  • Chain Reaction Austria Hungary -> Serbia Russia -> Austria Hungary Germany -> Russia France -> Germany Germany -> France (through Belg) Great Britain -> Germany
  • Why did US get involved?
    • The SPARK
      • Zimmerman Telegram
      • Germany tells Mexico to invade US if we get involved
      • Germany tells Mexico to get help from Japan
    • Underlying cause
      • Submarine attacks by Germany
  • Trench Warfare
    • Type of fighting during WW1 in which both sides dug trenches protected by barbed wire and land mines.
  • No Man’s Land
    • The stretch of land between the trenches.
  • New technology
    • Planes
    • Zeppelins
    • Poison Gas
    • Machine Guns
    • Barbed wire
    • Tanks
  • Treaty of Versailles
    • War ended -11 th hour, 11 th day, 11 th month
    • Germany gets blame
    • Germany loses land
    • Germany – no military
    • Germany – no alliances
    • Germany – pay damages
  • 14 Points
    • Woodrow Wilson’s plan for after the war.
    • Main purpose – prevent future wars.
    • Included the creation of the League of Nations
  • League of Nations
    • Plan to meet and settle disputes before a war starts.
    • Problems:
      • No way to enforce the league’s decisions
      • The US never joined
        • Congress refused.
  • Put in correct order
    • Germany sinks Lusitania
    • War ends
    • Archduke Ferdinand assassinated
    • Treaty of Versailles
    • World War 1 starts
    • Zimmerman Telegram
    • US gets involved
    • Archduke assassinated
    • World War 1 begins
    • Lusitania sunk
    • Zimmerman Telegram
    • US gets involved
    • War ends
    • Treaty of Versailles