WWI THE GREAT WAR Learning goals: By the end of this lesson, student will be able to: identify the MAIN causes of World War I distinguish between direct and indirect causes explain how international events affected
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The Story of Casey #1 What casued Caseys accident? Explain at least three reasons. #2. What were the indirect causes of the accident? #3. What was the direct cause of the accident? World War I through images
Part I New technology: the airplane Trench warfare Massive casualties Trench life
Over the Top No Mans Land Total destruction The Real Face of War... The MAIN causes of WWI
Part II The MAIN Causes of WWI M Militarism: the policy of making a countrys military very strong, so that it threatens others around you. M
A I N Draw this dynamite stick! when countries make agreements to help A Alliances:
each other if one is attacked I Imperialism: extending the rule of your country over another country. This was called empire building. N Nationalism: an extremely patriotic feeling towards you country making people willing to die for it . Now for some more
background The Alliance System There were two major alliances in Europe. These countries would vow to help each other in the event of an attack. 1. The Triple Entente The Allies - Britain (including Canada and the rest of the British Empire)
- France - Russia 2. The Triple Alliance The Central Powers: - Germany - Austria-Hungary - Italy Changes to the Alliance
System Here is how it was in 1914: Triple Alliance Triple Entente Germany France
Austria/Hungary Britain Italy Russia Here is how it was by 1918: Triple Alliance
Triple Entente Germany France Austria/Hungary Britain
U.S.A. (in 1915) Italy (switched sides!) Russia (dropped in 1917) Sowhy the changes? The spark that started the War Part III
The AssassinationJune 28th, 1914 Heir to Austrian (German ally) throne Franz Ferdinand visits Serbia. Serbia is unhappy about being forced
into the AustroHungarian empire Members of a Serbian terrorist group called the Black Hand are plotting an attack Seal of the Black Hand
group Assassination Contd Black Hand terrorists attack the Archduke. After a bomb attempt fails in morning, nineteen-year-old
Gavrilo Princip shoots the Archduke and his pregnant wife later in the afternoon. Austrians blame Serbia for supporting terrorists. The Alliance system is engaged
The war to end all wars begins the world would never be the same. The Early War Part IV The Alliance System Deploys With German permission (see blank
cheque), Austria-Hungary demands to enter Serbia and interrogate murder suspects Serbia knows this will lead to an all out invasion, and refuses, so.. The First World War Begins 1. July 28, 1914 Serbia 2. July 29, 1914 Austria/Hungary
Austria/Hungary declares war on Russia declared war on 3. August 1, 1914 Germany declared war on Russia 4. August 3, 1914 Germany declared war on France 5. August 4, 1914 Britain and the British Empire declared war on Germany Strategies of War
Germanys war plan was named the Schlieffen Plan They wanted a quick attack on France, avoiding their defences, through Belgium Once France was overwhelmed, they
would turn towards Russia Instead, they became bogged down in France and Belgium in a long war of attrition Stalemate With Britain now in
Europe defending France, the two sides reached a stalemate period of little movement by either side Most of the battles would now be fought along the Western Front a series of
trenches dug along the French/Belgium/Germ an border
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