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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
Hosted by Ms. Price Causes of the War Americans in the War The Changing Face of War War Vocabulary
Chris Anderson Randolph-Henry High School. Problems arising in the Balkans will lead to the beginnings of World War I Nationalistic ideas will culminate.
The Spark of World War I & the Zimmerman Telegram Presentation created by Robert Martinez Primary Content Source: The Story of US by Joy Hakim.
The Domino that Started World War I. On June 28, 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary and his wife went on a state visit.
“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,
M A N I A An explanation of how World War I began...
The Great War a.k.a. World War I. Background Powers in Europe before 1914 Powers in Europe before 1914 Great Britain: world-wide empire, naval power;
World War I Review. Nickname of American soldiers in WWI.
World War 1 ( ) The Great War War in the Trenches The War to End All Wars!
Historical Background: In the late 1800s and early 1900s, Russian society was changing Peasants were starving.
Archduke Franz Ferdinand – second in line to the throne of Austria-Hungary.
Alliance System of World War I. Austria- Hungary Serbia Alliance System of World War I.
World War I Notes The U.S. in War and Life on the Homefront.
World War I Causes of World War I Militarism – European countries tried to build large armies and navies to protect their colonies’ European countries.
World War I Review World War I Review. Before WWI, what three nations belonged to the Triple Alliance? Before WWI, what three nations belonged to the.
The War to End All Wars World War I Unit – Essential Questions: 2. How has U.S. foreign policy resisted outside influence? 3. How did the changes.
Realism v Idealism Realism – a foreign-policy perspective where a country pursues relations with other countries only out of self interest Idealism – A.
World War I Key turning points for WW I… June, Archduke Ferdinand is assassinated August, 1914 – World War I starts March, 1917 – The.
WW I Overview (It’s going to be on the TEST!). The countries in Europe The central powers Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey (Ottoman Empire) The.
Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.
Chapter #20 “World War I” Sections of W.W. I Section #1:The Road to War Section #1: Section #2:The U.S. Declares War Section #2: Section.
The Crises of (click to go to) The First Moroccan Crisis, 1905 The Bosnian Crisis of The Second Moroccan Crisis of 1911 – –(the Agadir.
Lecture Notes: The Stage is Set for the Guns of August By the early 1900s, there were many efforts at fostering peace in Europe and ending war. –A
Icebreaker Take out signed syllabus and pass to the front Prior Knowledge??? What are some causes to the start of WWI?
The Great War. Europe in 1914 There were a series of problems in Europe. The countries of Europe were in competition for land, resources and power (arms.
World War I The Great Break All previous morality questioned Life is absurd lost Generation Totalitarian States Socialism and Fascism Vs. Western Democracies.
WORLD WAR I AND THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES. CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I World War I began when Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a Serbian, Gavrilo.
Unit 9 World War I (The Great War) U.S. involvement.
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.
WWI. Causes of WWI MANIA MANIA Militarism Militarism Alliances Alliances Nationalism Nationalism Imperialism Imperialism Assassination Assassination.
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