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  • 1. World War I World War I By: Leah Witkowski
  • 2. Objectives
    • Explore causes of the war.
    • 3. Examine impact of the war.
    • 4. Evaluate Versailles Treaty.
  • 5. Exploring Causes of the War
    • Assassination of heir to Austrian throne.
    • 6. Precipitated conflict between Austria and Serbia
    • 7. Other long-range underlying causes.
  • 8. Nationalism and Internal Dissent
    • Nationalism
      • Not all had achieved nationhood
    • Internal Dissent
      • Socialist labor movements
      • 9. Class division
    • The alliances
      • Triple Entente vs. Triple Alliance
  • 10. Militarism
    • Growth of large armies
    • 11. Influences of Military leaders
    • 12. Sizes of armies
  • 13. The Outbreak of War
    • Crisis in the Balkans
    • 14. Declaration of War
    • 15. Mobilization
    • 16. The Schieffen Plan
  • 17. Outbreak of War (cont.)
    • Illusions and Stalemate (1914-1915)
    • 18. The Great Slaughter (1916-1917)
    • 19. The Expansion of the War
      • Entry of the U.S.
  • 20. Impact of the War
    • Total War
    • 21. Impact on Politics
    • 22. Economic Impact
  • 23. Impact of War (cont.)
    • Trench warfare
    • 24. Machine guns
    • 25. Impact on families back home
  • 26. Impact on the Public
    • Public began to oppose the war.
    • 27. Began arresting dissenters as traitors.
    • 28. Used propaganda to arouse enthusiasm.
  • 29. Social Impact
    • Brought an end to unemployment
      • Hundreds of jobs opened because of war
    • Created new roles for women
      • Women getting to do mens jobs
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  • 30. Impact leading to Revolution
    • Russian Revolution
    • 31. Bolshevik Revolution
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  • 32. Impact of War (cont.)
    • The Casualties
      • Total losses
      • 33. Civilian losses
      • 34. American losses
  • 35. Working Towards Peace
    • United States approach to peace
      • Woodrow Wilson
    • French approach to peace
      • Georges Clemenceau
    • Paris Peace Conference
  • 36. Treaty of Versailles
    • Five separate treaties
    • 37. Treaty of Versailles was most important
    • 38. War Guilt Clause
  • 39. Treaty of Versailles (cont.)
    • Germany paying reparations
    • 40. Germany requirements