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World War I Part II
Recap Stalemate on western front –Trench warfare Russia vs. Germany on eastern front front –Kept full German army from fighting at western front Fighting spreads to Africa and SE Asia
Great War Goes Global Japan and Australia join Allies Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria join Central Powers
Gallipoli Campaign Allies needed supply line to Russia Attack region in Ottoman Empire –Dardanelles Dardanelles –Began Feb. 1915 –By May Stalemate By Dec. Allies gave up –250,000 casualties
Japan take German outposts in China Japan captures Germany’s Pacific island colonies English and French take 3 German possessions in Africa
America Enters the War America Enters the War 2 events that forced US to join 1.Sinking of the Lusitania 2.Zimmerman note
The Lusitania May 7, 1915 –German u-boat sinks British passenger ship –1198 people dead 128 US citizens –German claimed ship was carrying ammo (it was) –Wilson protests
Jan. 1917 –Germany announces that all ships around Britain will be sunk without warning – regardless of whose they are Unrestricted submarine warfare
The Zimmerman Note Feb. 1917 British officials intercept telegram –Germany to Mexico If Mexico join with Germany return Tex., Ariz., New Mex. to return Tex., Ariz., New Mex. to Mexico Mexico
Final straw Bond with Britain –Culturally –Economically April 2, 1917 United States declares war on Germany
Total War –Countries devote all resources to war Rationing –goods in short supply –People could only buy small amounts Propaganda –one sided info to persuade
Women in the War Replaced men in factories, offices, shops Built tanks, provided food, kept army supplied Nurses near front line
Balance tips with US joining Allies March 1917 –Czar Nicholas of Russia steps down (war-related shortages) Nov. 1917 –Communist leader Vladimir Lenin seizes power
March 1918 Germany and Russia sign Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
Germany concentrate all troops on western front May 1918 –German army reached Marne River (40 miles from Paris) –Were exhausted
July 1918 –Allies counterattack –140,000 new US soldiers Second Battle of the Marne –Allies slowly begin to push toward Germany –Bulgarians then Ottoman Empire surrender
October 1918 –Revolution in A-H –German soldiers rebel against Kaiser November 9, 1918 –Kaiser Wilhelm II steps down Germany declares itself a republic
November 11, 1918 Armistice is signed WWI is over
Chapter 13 Section 3 A Global Conflict
STANDARD 5 (PART 2) Daily Objective: Students will develop 5 Bloom questions that reflect their understanding of the causes and course of World War I –
Chapter 13 – The Great War Section 3 – A Global Conflict Main Idea: WWI spread to several continents and required the full resources of many governments.
CHAPTER 29: THE GREAT WAR P.III. SECTION THREE: A GLOBAL CONFLICT.
By 1915, the war on both European fronts promised to be a long, grim affair. All of the Great Powers looked for new allies to tip the balance of power.
War Affects the World A True World War The war in Europe quickly spread to new fronts and new countries became involved on both sides The Great.
A Global Conflict 13.3.
WORLD WAR I IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT. Affecting the Rest of the World Gallipoli Campaign Attack the Dardanelles Gateway to OE Goals: Take Istanbul Defeat the.
War Affects the World Chapter 29 Section 3.
War Affects the World Chapter 13, Section 3.
13.3 Mrs. Stoffl A Global Conflict. Setting the Stage The war grew to beyond just a European conflict Australia, Italy and Japan fought w/ the Allies.
World War I A Truly Global Conflict. World War I spread to several continents and required the full resources of many governments.
A Global Conflict Chapter 29 Section 2-3.
Chapter 13-3 War Affects the World I) A Truly Global Conflict
WWI more than a European conflict ◦ Australia and Japan fought with Allies ◦ India supplied troops to British ◦ Ottoman Turks and Bulgaria fight with.
Fighting the War. The Gallipoli Campaign Allies want the region known as the “Dardanelles” Allies want the region known as the “Dardanelles” Goal: capture.
Ch. 13 S. 3 – A Global Conflict A. War Affects the World
War Effects World. Fighting outside of Europe War waged in East Asia -- Japanese army expands into China German outposts in China—Battled Japanese.
Chapter 13-3 War Affects the World
A Global Conflict. Gallipoli Campaign Battle against the Ottomans at the strait of Dardanelles Supply line to Russia Turned into Trench warfare and dragged.
Peace, Love, and… Happiness???. The War Begins Imagine you are a German General. What strategy would you recommend Germany use to defeat the Allies? The.
Fighting the War. The Gallipoli Campaign A. Allies want the region of the Ottoman Empire known as the Ottoman Empire known as the “Dardanelles” “Dardanelles”
Causes of the War -Lots of Instability Nationalism Old Empires Old Style Gov’ts Alliance System.
CHAPTER 13 SECTION 3 A Global Conflict. Main Idea World War I spread to several continents and required the full resources of many governments. The war.
World War I A Global Conflict. Gallipoli Campaign Allies plan to defeat the Ottomans and create a supply line to Russia Russia Ottoman Empire Central.
FQ: How did World War I affect the entire world? DO NOW Review Homework List 3 key points from the notes Agenda 5min- Do NOW 15 min- Mini Lesson: Notes-
Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answers. on November 11, at 5 A.M., Paris time in Paris at 11:00 A.M. Paris time They rejoiced.
Study Questions 1. What is “total war”? Pg What is propaganda? Pgs Constantinople was the capital of what empire? Pg.417.
Section 13-3 A Global Conflict. War Affects the World The Gallipoli Campaign Allies move to capture the Ottoman Dardanelle strait in Feb 1915 The hoped.
A Global Conflict. I. War Affects the World A.The Gallipoli Campaign (Feb. 1915) -Allies targeted the Dardanelles -Goal: Constantinople -Gallipoli Peninsula.
W.W.I: A Global Conflict Ch. 29 Section 3. Global Conflict W.W.I was much more than a European conflict. Australia and Japan entered the war on the Allies.
Chapter 29 Section C A Global Conflict A Truly Global Conflict Fighting Rages Beyond Europe 1.Allies attack the Dardanelles to try to take Constantinople.
Major Battles U.S. Entry in the War Global War Imperial powers brought people from their colonies to fight in Europe. – Example: Britain Canada Australia.
War Around the World. Western FrontEastern Front Ottoman Empire U.S.A Areas of Conflict during World War I.
World War One SSWH16.B. The Race to the Sea Battle of the Marne – German armies are stopped on the outskirts of Paris. This defeat meant that the.
War Affects the World. Fighting Rages Beyond Europe Battle on the Gallipoli Peninsula Turks vs. British, French, Australian British helped Arab nations.
WORLD WAR I EVENTS OF WAR. However, we traded food, weapons, oil, steel, and other goods far more with the Allied Powers than with the Central Powers.
War Consumes Europe KEY IDEA: One European nation after another was drawn into a large and industrialized war that resulted in many casualties.
WORLD WAR I The Great War Leading Up to the War European Gov’ts used propaganda to stir up national hatreds before war Ideas spread to influence.
-One European nation after another was drawn into a large and industrialized war that resulted in many casualties - Much of the technology of modern warfare,
Do Now Please get out something to write with. Two factors that would change the course of WWI.
Ottoman Empire held the Dardanelles, a strategic strait that linked the Black Sea with the Mediterranean. Britain believed that if they took this, they.
The Great War Western Front Germans, Austria-Hungarians vs. French, British and later Americans Germany develops the Schlieffen Plan Battle of the Marne.
Marching Toward War Europe Plunges Into War A Global Conflict A Flawed Peace Vocab.Mystery
U.S. Enters WWI. Why wasnt the U.S. in WWI from the Start? Isolationism - The U.S. attempted to stay neutral U.S. citizens believed that U.S. should stay.
A Global Conflict. A Global Conflict: America Enters America Joins the Fight Sinking of the Lusitania – May 7, 1915 ○ British passenger ship carrying.
A Global Conflict Ch World War I effected the world - spreads to several continents and requires the full resources of many governments.
World War I. Longer than the Western Front No stalemate like the Western Front, but just as deadly Trenches never really developed, more fluid troop.
I. Ending the Stalemate Gallipoli Campaign: meant to establish a supply line to Russia through the Ottoman Empire. Battles in Africa and Asia (imperialized.
World War I: The Great War. War Affects the World ■ World War I became more than a European conflict. ■ Australia, Japan and India joined the Allied war.
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