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Technology of Modern Warfare
Machine Gun Fired 600 bullets per minute Made it impossible to cross no man’s land
Heavy Artillery Used prior to the attack Damaged men’s brains and made their ears bleed Could shell enemy lines from 10 miles away “Big Bertha”
Poison Gas It was an uncertain weapon because of shifting winds Blinded or choked victims Caused burns and blisters
Flame Throwers Grenade Launchers
Armored Tank Did little to break the stalemate Moved slowly and often broke down
Zeppelins Used by Germany to bomb the British coast
Airplanes Used mainly for observation Flying aces battled in dog fights “The Red Barron”
Submarines German U-Boats roamed the Atlantic Merchant and Allied Ships were attacked Allies organized convoys to combat attacks
Allied Ships sunk by German U-Boats
The Cost of Modern Technology Causalities of WW I
Strategies of W.W. I Strategies of WW I Propaganda War of Attrition Trench Warfare.
A NEW KIND OF WAR PART 2. THE SCHLIEFFEN PLAN THE GERMANS WANTED TO AVOID A TWO FRONT WAR GENERAL ALFRED VON SCHLIEFFEN CAME UP WITH A PLAN FOR THIS CHALLENGE.
A New Kind of Conflict: Review Which new weapon was partly responsible for bringing the United States into the war? u-boats.
Weapons of WW I. New Weapons of WWI: Machine Gun Aircraft Artillery U-Boats Poison Gas Tanks Zeppelins.
26.2: A New Kind of War. Alliances Kick In Russia & France back Serbia – Austria declares war on Serbia – Prompted Russian mobilization – Germany declares.
What is the purpose of this political cartoon? Explain. What kind of words would you use to describe the soldiers in the poster? Copy or restate
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.
WWI Trench Warfare. Stalemate in the Trenches When war began most people assumed it would be over in a few months. The German army invaded Belgium with.
The War in Europe A Multi-Front War The Western Front.
Chapter 14 World War I and the Russian Revolution Section 2 A New Kind of War Section 2 A New Kind of War.
WEAPONS OF WORLD WAR ONE. War between nations Most of us think of war as a conflict between nations. However war also is a conflict between two other.
World War I Mizell, Tubbs, Hatling. Essential Question How did new technology make WWI different from past wars?
Topic: World War I Aim: How did trench warfare and new weapons affect fighting in World War I? Do-now: Military Deaths Pie Chart Homework: Complete questions.
What were the causes of WWI? What are the cons of alliances? Why did the US get pulled into WWI? How did Wilson convince Americans that the war was a good.
Weapons, tactics, and strategy of the First World War War of stalemate and attrition.
The Great War: New Technology of WWI Introduction WWI – First large scale modern war Assembly Line Fast & efficient production of new weapons Improved.
A New Kind of War. Huge Armies Mobilized million French - 9 million British -12 million Russians -11 million Germans War In The Trenches - Russian.
New Weapons Used During WWI Mrs. Ha Chapter 11 Trench Warfare.
World War I Weapons and Technology Let’s Review: What Did a WWI Battle Look Like? 2. Men go “over the top” and into No Man’s Land. 1.Launch heavy artillery.
World War I Standard 7-4 Notes. New Technologies World War I was much different from previous wars The Industrial Revolution led to development of new.
Take out your notebook, pen and highlighter WWI: A New Kind of War CA Standard: – Understand the nature of war and its human cost on all sides.
World War I: Battles & Technology EQ: How was WWI fought?
New Technology of WWI. Trenches Trenches were stinking cesspools, and often had rats Clothes would become infested with lice Trench foot – swollen black.
W ORLD W AR I New Weapons. W ORLD W AR I WAS THE F IRST MODERN WAR ● Airplanes, grenades, tanks were used for the first time.
Cut out solid circle Cut out divided circle. Lay solid circle on top of divided circle and trace 1 wedge (piece of pie) onto your solid circle Lift your.
Weapons of WW1. Modern Weapons Machine Guns The development of Machine guns made crossing no-mans land nearly impossible.
The Conflict Broadens Germany’s Schlieffen Plan – 2 front war Send small German force to Russia while majority of troops invade France. Germans invade.
Arms Race. AIRPLANE More useful by the end of the warMore useful by the end of the war Beginning of war: used for spying, gathering informationBeginning.
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)
World War 1. Battle of Marne ✦ Germans advance into France ✦ France fights back ✦ Trench Warfare.
World War I Technology and Weapons. The main weapon used by British soldiers in the trenches was the bolt-action rifle. 15 rounds could be fired in a.
New Technology of World War One Brand New WWI Technology Bolt Action Rifle Zeppelins Planes Tanks Artillery Fire Submarine Chlorine Gas and.
World War I The Principal Combatants Allied Powers Great Britain France Russia Japan (1914) Italy (1915) USA (1917) Central Powers Germany Austria-Hungary.
US Military Mobilization WARNING: The following presentation contains copyrighted material. Either the material is in the public domain or we have received.
WWI Combat **ONLY copy down what is in BLUE. NEW WAR TACTICS U-BOATS TRENCH WARFARE POISON GAS AIRCRAFT - Zeppelins - Fighter Planes.
Weapons and Strategies of World War I The Schlieffen Plan ► Germany planned to beat France first then concentrate on Russia ► Was to be fast & fatal.
Objective 8.02 US History. Machine gun Rapid fire weapon capable of firing 600 rounds a minute Airships and airplanes Used to transport goods Used in.
Innovations of WWI. An Industrialized War Weapons were produced with the same efficient methods of mass production that industrialists had applied to.
World War I: 12.2 Part 1 Stalemate. Initial Expectations Many leaders thought the war would be over quickly & include quick, decisive victories 1 st Battle.
Weapons and Tactics – WW1 Trench Warfare Only useful for defense, not attack A recognition by both sides that they could not advance.
rapid-fire machine guns were used early machine guns: were big & heavy needed a crew of four to six people to operate lacked cooling mechanisms.
War of Firsts First time the government sent large numbers of American soldiers to a war across the sea – When the war first began, the US had a volunteer.
World War I World War I 7 th Grade Social Studies Harold E. Winkler Middle School 7 th Grade Social Studies Harold E. Winkler Middle School.
Technology and Warfare in WWI. Changes in Tactics In previous wars soldiers had fought open fields with cavalry (horses) and rifles, but machine guns.
After yesterday’s lesson, why should you be concerned for the soldiers in the picture on the right? (aka: What did we learn about life in the trenches.
A Multi-Front War The Western Front A.after Belgium, Germany marches toward Paris 1.French and British troops stop Germany at ____________ River 2.led.
Strategy and Warfare of WWI… The Effects of Technology and Geography on War.
War Front Element: Describe conditions on the war front for soldiers; include the Battle of Verdun. Vocabulary: Battle of Verdun, eastern front, trench.
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