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Launch List 9. Identify 3 new technologies used in WW1 and explain how it affected warfare. (3) 10. List 3 roles of women during WW1. (2)
A Multi-Front War
No Mans Land
Verdun – February, 1916 e German offensive. e Each side had 500,000 casualties. e German offensive. e Each side had 500,000 casualties.
The Somme – July, 1916 e 60,000 British soldiers killed in one day. e Over 1,000,000 killed in 5 months. e 60,000 British soldiers killed in one day. e Over 1,000,000 killed in 5 months.
War Is NOT PRETTY
Sacrifices in War
Krupps Big Bertha Gun
The War of the Industrial Revolution: New Technology
French Renault Tank
British Tank at Ypres
Allied Ships Sunk by U-Boats
The Airplane Squadron Over the Brenta Max Edler von Poosch, 1917
Curtis-Martin U. S. Aircraft Plant
Looking for the Red Baron?
Flame Throwers Grenade Launchers
Poison Gas Machine Gun
World War I Casualties
Women and the War Effort
Financing the War
French Women Factory Workers
German Women Factory Workers
Working in the Fields
A Woman Ambulance Driver
Red Cross Nurses
Women in the Army Auxiliary
Russian Women Soldiers
Spies e Mata Hari e Real Name: Margareetha Geertruide Zelle e German Spy! e Mata Hari e Real Name: Margareetha Geertruide Zelle e German Spy!
: The World at War : The World at War By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY.
: The World at War : The World at War.
Technology of Modern Warfare Machine Gun Fired 600 bullets per minute Made it impossible to cross no man’s land.
MILITARISM WWI How did technological improvements impact WWI?
The World at War Causes of the War 1. Militarism & Arms Race European nations began an arms race as they competed for colonies around the.
A World War Begins (p ). WWI, was also called The Great War. Allied Powersvs. Central Powers Great Britain Germany FranceAustria-Hungary RussiaOttoman.
COURSE OF WWI. Course of WWI short war illusion Schlieffen Plan: avoid 2-front war western front vs. eastern front trench warfare = stalemate.
The Great War The Death of a Generation.
Causes of World War I Europe at its peak: 25% of worlds population lived in Europe Modernization led to sense that Europeans were at the peak of World.
WORLD WAR I 5 May THE GREAT POWERS IN EUROPE Germany Rapid industrialization and modernization after unification Bismarck extends vote to.
A Bloody Conflict. Germanys Plan Fails Germany had long been prepared for war against France and Russia. It immediately launched a massive invasion of.
The Early Weeks of War G feared a 2-front war, so they employed the Schlieffen Plan. Schlieffen argued that if war took place it was vital that France.
World War I causes of World War I Underlying causes (the fuel): Underlying causes (the fuel): nationalism nationalism imperialism imperialism.
Was General Haig the Butcher of the Somme? Miss Boughey –
March 18 HW: Essay Thesis due March 19 Objective: We will discuss the fronts involved in WWI and analyze the different parts of a research thesis :
WORLD WAR I THE GREAT WAR THE WAR TO END ALL WARS THE WAR TO MAKE THE WORLD SAFE FOR DEMOCRACY.
America and the Great War AP US History East High School Mr. Peterson Spring 2009.
Weapons of WWI OFFENSIVEVSDEFENSIVE Offensive Weapons 1. Repeating rifle2. Artillery 3. Chemical weapons 4.Bayonets5. Airplanes 6. Tanks (eventually)
The First World War: War involving nearly all the nations of the world What? When?
World War I Warfare Techniques Goals: 1. To understand the methods of fighting in World War I. 2. To analyze the impact fighting methods had on the.
A New Kind of War Chapter 14 section 2. The Great War World War I or known then as The Great War was the largest conflict in history up to that point.
World War I. There were three major fronts in Europe: –The Western Front – This front extended across Belgium and northeastern France to the border of.
AGENDA 26 APRIL 1.PULL OUT YOUR MILITARY TECH SHEET 2.PULL OUT YOUR CH 21 STUDY GUIDE 3.DISCUSS ALLIANCE 4.DISCUSS MIITARISM / NEW WEAPONS 5.DISCUSS NATIONALISM.
World War I Jeopardy Coach Mayo and a special thanks to Bryce Pilcher.
When did the US enter WW1 Sinking of the Lusitania.
By: Aaron Gee, Eric Lee, and James Watanabe. Tank History First used at Battle of Flers September 15-22, 1916 First major success was at Battle of Cambrai.
The World At War Chapter 18. On the Rise in 1914 POSITIVES -Steel, Coal, Iron were making large profits -Selling goods around the world -Automobiles.
Causes of World War I. Background causes Imperialism - Germany felt it deserved more colonies in Africa and Asia Imperialism - Germany felt it deserved.
“ The War to End All Wars ” or “ The Great War ”
WORLD WAR I. 1. The Beginning a. By 1914 tensions in Europe had risen and many believed the continent was on the brink of war.
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