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Course Outline<br />Causes of World War One<br />Causes of the February 1917 Russian Revolution<br />Causes of the 1911 Ch...
Course Assessment<br />Continual Assessment<br />Project<br />Semestral Assessment<br />
Introduction to World War One<br />
Why Study WW1?<br />Refer to the two maps in your handout.<br />Identify the differences.<br />What explains the changes i...
Why Study WW1?<br />Think of one important event in the 20th Century and write it on the board.<br />World War One defines...
Why Study WW1?<br />The causes of conflict.<br />Continuity and change.<br />From old order to new order.<br />The importa...
Why Study WW1?<br />The causes of conflict.<br />Continuity and change.<br />From old order to new order.<br />The importa...
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1.1 Introduction To World War One

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1.1 Introduction To World War One

  1. 1. Course Outline<br />Causes of World War One<br />Causes of the February 1917 Russian Revolution<br />Causes of the 1911 Chinese Revolution<br />Main Theme – From Old Order to New<br />
  2. 2. Course Assessment<br />Continual Assessment<br />Project<br />Semestral Assessment<br />
  3. 3. Introduction to World War One<br />
  4. 4. Why Study WW1?<br />Refer to the two maps in your handout.<br />Identify the differences.<br />What explains the changes in the map of Europe?<br />
  5. 5. Why Study WW1?<br />Think of one important event in the 20th Century and write it on the board.<br />World War One defines the 20th Century, almost every single major event of the 20th century has its origins in WW1.<br />Cold War<br />Rise of Communism<br />Social Changes<br />World War Two<br />Break up of the former Yugoslavia<br />Rise of Hitler and other Authoritarian Regimes<br />Middle Eastern Crises<br />Collapse of Empires<br />
  6. 6. Why Study WW1?<br />The causes of conflict.<br />Continuity and change.<br />From old order to new order.<br />The importance of diplomacy.<br />
  7. 7. Why Study WW1?<br />The causes of conflict.<br />Continuity and change.<br />From old order to new order.<br />The importance of diplomacy.<br />

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