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Archduke Franz Ferdinand Heir to the Austrian throne. Assassinated in Sarajevo setting off World War I.
Gavrilo Princip Member of the black hand and assassin of Franz Ferdinand
Woodrow Wilson President who ran on a platform of keeping the United States out of World War I
General John J. Pershing Commander of the American Expeditionary Force during World War I
Eddie Rickenbacker Former race car driver turned pilot. Was the best U.S. fighter pilot in World War I.
Alvin York A conscienentious objector who reluctantly served during World War I. Along with 6 others killed 25 and captured 132 Germans in one day.
Czar Nicholas II Last Czar of Russia. Was overthrown and assassinated along with his family.
Rasputin Russian mystic who held a great deal of influence over the royal family of Russia in the final days of their rule
Chris Anderson Randolph-Henry High School. Problems arising in the Balkans will lead to the beginnings of World War I Nationalistic ideas will culminate.
Hosted by Ms. Price Causes of the War Americans in the War The Changing Face of War War Vocabulary
World War I ( ) Key People and Events. Woodrow Wilson President of the USA ( ) – Opposed imperialism – Declared the U.S. neutral at.
World War I Vocabulary and Key Players. Franz Ferdinand This archduke was the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, who was assassinated, starting WWI.
1 World War I Single Round JEOPARDY. 2 WWI ChallengeVocabulary War Personalities AlliesRando
America and WWI Part A. 1.When did World War One begin? August When did an armistice end the major fighting of WWI? November 11, What.
World War I Vocabulary U.S.H. Ch. 11. nationalism - a devotion to the interests and culture of one's nation.
DIRECTIONS FOR SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE MAPS..
How did the assassination lead to War?. In June 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was assassinated while visiting.
People More People Vocab More Vocab Random WWI Stuff.
World War I US Involvement: World War I begins… Militarism - Germany was proud of its new military power and Industrial strength Alliances.
Political Causes Nationalism. –Pride in one’s country. –Each nation felt it was superior to the others. Imperialism. –The creation of empires. –England.
Important Figures of World War I Who is the man in the top picture?Who is the man in the top picture? Gavrilo Princip, who was a Serbian Nationalist.
Vocabulary Important Places Famous People Important Events Pot Luck $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100.
Causes of World War I. Underlying Causes Militarism Militarism Alliances Alliances Imperialism Imperialism Nationalism Nationalism Long term causes over.
The Causes of the First World War Long-Term Causes ARMS RACE 1.What was a Dreadnought? 2.Which country tried to build more battle ships than Britain? 3.How.
WORLD WAR 1 THE GREAT WAR. “Some damned thing in the Balkans” The great powers – Russia, France, Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary Kaiser Wilhelm provoked.
Photos courtesy of The final spark The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Do Now What is the difference between a terrorist and a freedom fighter? Homework –1914 MAP DUE FRIDAY –Read & Take notes 23-2 –Study island due Wednesday,
The MAIN causes… MILITARISM ALLIANCES IMPERIALISM NATIONALISM.
Unit VI. The Great War. B. The War Begins 1. The Balkan Crisis a. Ottoman Empire’s control over the Balkans weakened throughout the 1800’s b. Serbia.
The Assassination. In 1911, we see the development of the terrorist group “the Black Hand”. Their aim is to unite all the Slav people into a single.
Chapter 19-1 World War I Begins Goals:. Causes Nationalism Devotion to interests and culture of one’s nation Russia (Slavs) Imperialism Building empires.
Causes Leaders Dates America’s Entry Alliances & Sides Grab Bag
Ch 11 The First World War Section I World War I Begins.
How did World War I begin? Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand Sinking of the Lusitania Zimmerman Note.
W O R L D W A R I “The Great War” “The War to End all Wars”
Veterans Day. Our nation sets aside two days to honor those who have served in the military. Veterans Day November 11 Memorial Day Fourth Monday in May.
The Spark Chapter 27 Section 2. Introduction Problems arising in the Balkans will lead to the beginnings of WWI nationalistic ideas will culminate into.
11 sec. 2 America Goes to War. America’s Army Non existent 200,000 men in service No combat service Weapons were out of date Selective Service Act - Men.
Unit 6: World War I (1914 – 1920) New Weapons and Personalities.
“The Great War”. How did the War start On 28 June 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and his wife, Sophie,
JEOPARDY World War I Categories
The Causes of WWI Nationalism All ethnic groups in Europe were nationalistic (extremely proud of their culture and heritage). France wanted to start.
) Imperialism Ex: Ethiopia – Italy v. Great Britain Morocco – France v. Germany.
WWI “The War to End All Wars” Causes of WWI: MANIA Militarism– policy of building up strong military forces to prepare for war Alliances.
World War I Unit 7 World War I Caused by competition and industrial nations in Europe and failure of diplomacy – What is diplomacy? The war.
The Causes of WWI Ingredients for War NationalismAlliancesArms RaceImperialismLack of Fear.
FRANZ FERDINAND Archduke of Austria. Early Life of Franz Franz Ferdinand, eldest son of Carl Ludwig, the brother of Emperor Franz Josef, was born in 1863.
Causes of World War I The Reasons for the Great War.
World War I “The Great War” 1914 – 1918 An Introduction.
9:1 ● World War I... ● Germany becomes a world power in 1870's ● Germany, Italy, Austria-Hungary = Triple Alliance ● Russia fears German motives – Signs.
1. Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, along with his wife, was assassinated in Bosnia on June 28, 1914.
American Involvement in World War I Leading America to War America and declared itself neutral at the beginning of the war Wilson continued.
By: Nick Hostutler We Should Declare War against Germany, Reasons Why:
WWI “THE GREAT WAR”. M.A.I.N. Causes of WWI Militarism As this occurs, rivals feel threatened and build up their military strength too. Nations increase.
World War One In the spring of 1914, an American named Colonel Edward House was on a visit to Europe. He quickly saw that the stories that were being.
Chapter 10-World War I European Conflict. War Breaks Out in Europe/Section 1 Causes of WWI –Imperialism –Nationalism –Militarism –Alliances Stalemate.
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