WWI

WWI

WW I One Stop Teacher Shop Just the facts WHO: Many countries in Europe WHAT: A war WHERE: Europe WHEN: 1914-1918

WHY: Countries in Europe were feeling nervous other countries would attack them, so they formed alliances for protection. Once one attack occurred, the war began One Stop Teacher Shop Alliance An agreement between nations to defend one another If one country is attacked, the other members of the alliance promise to help them. For example: France and Italy have an alliance. If France is attacked, Italy will

_____________! One Stop Teacher Shop How it began Austria-Hungary controlled land in Serbia Serbia thought they owned the land A Serbian man killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand from Austria-Hungary (who was to be king of Austria-Hungary) Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia

One Stop Teacher Shop Who were in the allianc es in Europe ? One Stop Teacher Shop If the pink gorilla eats watermelon every night, how much watermelons does he eat?

WWI Allied Powers Serbia Russia France Belgium Great Britain One Stop Teacher Shop

Central Powers Austria-Hungary Germany What about the United States? Woodrow Wilson (President of the U.S.) decided isolationism was the best option (we were not going to get involved) If the pink gorilla eats watermelon every night, how much watermelons does he eat?

One Stop Teacher Shop However Germany attacked and sunk the British ship the Lusitania (The U.S. did not agree with this) Germany sent a telegram to Mexico asking them to join the Central Powers-in return, Germany would help Mexico get back land from the U.S. Germany sank 3 U.S. ships One Stop Teacher Shop As a result

The United States joined WWI (as an Allied Power), declaring war against the Central Powers Allied Central Powers Powers Serbia

Russia France Belgium Great Britain United States One Stop Teacher Shop Austria-Hungary Germany New Technology Trench WarfareSoldiers on each side dug a system of trenches that faced each other. Barbed

wire fences protected the front of each trench. Nomans land was the land between the trenches the no one controlled. The soldiers ate and slept in the trenches which were often filled with rats and water One Stop Teacher Shop If the pink gorilla eats watermelon every night, how much watermelons does he eat? New Technology

Poisonous Gas Gas masks (to protect from poisonous gas) Airplanes (used to drop bombs) Machine Gun Tanks One Stop Teacher Shop Back in the United

States Cause: Men were fighting, so there were less people to produce food Effect: War Gardens were created Cause: Men were fighting, so there were less people to work in factories Effect: Women worked in factories Cause: Men were needed to fight in the war Effect: Propaganda posters were used to encourage men to enlist One Stop Teacher Shop

Whats the e g a s s e m ? If the pink gorilla eats watermelon every night, how much watermelons does he eat? One Stop Teacher Shop

The war ends With help from the U.S., the Allied Powers are able to defeat the Central Powers. The Central Powers surrender on November 11, 1918 One Stop Teacher Shop Treaty of Versailles The Treaty of Versailles officially ended WWI Germany was forced to pay heavy fines for their actions

The League of Nations was created Goal: to prevent future wars One Stop Teacher Shop

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