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WW1 Jeopardy

WW1 Jeopardy

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  • 1.  
  • 2. THIS IS Jeopardy
  • 3. With Host... Your MR. Kelly
  • 4. 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Definitions Battles Contorversies Numbers Social Change Potpourri Jeopardy
  • 5. The automatic enlisting of men into WW1 A 100
  • 6. What is Conscription? A 100
  • 7. A statute passed in 1914 that gave the federal cabinet the power to govern by decree and suspend any civil liberties during times of war. A 200
  • 8. What is the War Measures Act? A 200
  • 9. The political right of women to vote. A 300
  • 10. What is Women’s Suffrage? A 300
  • 11. Warships accompanied by a protective escort. A 400
  • 12. What is a Convoy? A 400
  • 13. Those intending to overthrow or destroy an institution or government. A 500
  • 14. What are Subversives? A 500
  • 15. The assault on "the Pimple," a German stronghold at the northern tip of this place overlooking the Souchez valley, would begin 24 hours after the main attack. B 100
  • 16. What is Vimy Ridge? B 100
  • 17. John McRae wrote the poem In Flanders Fields when a close friend was killed, one of 6000 Canadian casualties in just 48 hours at this battle. B 200
  • 18. What is Ypres? IMP* Passchendaele is also called the 3 rd batle of Ypres, but we will call it passchendaele B 200
  • 19. The Royal Newfoundland Regiment of 790 men lost all but 68 soldiers……in a single day! At this battle. B 300
  • 20. What is the Battle of the Somme Or Beaumont Hamel? B 300
  • 21. The Creeping Barrage tactic was used as a strategy in this war….Lieut. Gen. Byng made the right move! B 400
  • 22. What is Vimy Ridge? B 400
  • 23. This battle helped the cause in recapturing Belgium B 500
  • 24. What is Passchendaele? B 500
  • 25. People considered of doing any harm to our country were placed in these. C 100
  • 26. What are Internment Camps? C 100
  • 27. This town actually had one of these so called internment camps….right here in Nova Scotia! C 200
  • 28. What is Amherst? C 200
  • 29. People who were placed in these camps were forced to do this. C 300
  • 30. What is work? (in steel mills, coal mines, logging companies etc.) C 300
  • 31. DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
  • 32. Borden said that there will be no conscription to Canadians during WW1. This changed however in this year. C 400
  • 33. What was 1916? C 400
  • 34. Conscription was a huge controversy on the home front during WW, even though it was only this many people who were actually forced to enlist. C 500
  • 35. What was 60,000?.....only 27,000 participated in military service. C 500
  • 36. 4 years. D 100
  • 37. What was the length of WW1? D 100
  • 38. 30,000,000 D 200
  • 39. What is total deaths of WW1? D 200
  • 40. 2 D 300
  • 41. What were the amount of naval ships Canada had during the start of WW1? D 300
  • 42. 5 or more aircrafts being shot down. D 400
  • 43. What is a flying ace? D 400
  • 44. 8 million D 500
  • 45. What was the population of Canada during WW1? D 500
  • 46. Women had to do this during WW1 E 100
  • 47. What is replace men's jobs in the workforce? E 100
  • 48. These were loans given to the government during war that would be replaced with interest after WW1 E 200
  • 49. What are Victory Bonds? E 200
  • 50. This recognized Canada and other Dominions as autonomous nations with the right to have a say in their own foreign affairs E 300
  • 51. What is Resolution IX? E 300
  • 52. The church helped out women during WW1 by doing this. E 400
  • 53. What is provide services such as daycares and social services? E 400
  • 54. WW1 officially ended after the signing of this. E 500
  • 55. What is the Treaty of Versailles? E 500
  • 56. Mustard gas was the nickname of this. F 100
  • 57. What is Chlorine gas? F 100
  • 58. The area between trenches was called this. F 200
  • 59. What was No Mans Land? F 200
  • 60. Most battles were fought in this country during WW1 F 300
  • 61. What is France? F 300
  • 62. This was the area where most battles were fought….Germans were also pushing this way to take over Europe. F 400
  • 63. What is the Western Front? F 400
  • 64. Germany, Austria and Hungary were apart of this group in WW1. F 500
  • 65. What is the Triple Alliance? F 500
  • 66. The Final Jeopardy Category is: Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
  • 67. Explain the reaction of Canadians throughout the war. (feelings and attitudes towards WW1) Click on screen to continue