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World War I Jeopardy Coach Mayo and a special thanks to Bryce Pilcher
BattlesLeadersCountriesAlliances Pre- WWI Post- WWI Hodge Podge
In March 1918, the last partially successful German offensive occurred at? Battles
The Marne 100
Which battle began in July 1916, and was Britain’s and Frances offensive against Germany? Battles
The Battle of Somme 200
The main cause of the failure of the Schlieffen Plan was? Battles
The Battle of the Marne
This offensive was Germany’s last major offensive before the end of WWI: Battles
Meuse-Argonne Offensive 400 Bonus
During this campaign, British and Australian forces failed to take Dardanelles in an effort to defeat the Turks: Battles
Gallipoli Campaign 800
Battles What battle occurred in February of 1916, which cost the French of 500,000 lives?
500 The Battle of Verdun
Who was the leader who wanted a navy and colonies like Britain? Leaders
William II 100
Who was the President of the United States during World War I? Leaders
Woodrow Wilson 200
Which leader of a Triple Entente country created a dictatorship during the war? Leaders
Georges Clemenceau of France 300
This officer was known for his major victories against the Turks, who was he? Leaders
Officer T. E. Lawrence 400
Who was the first lord of the British admiralty during WWI? Leaders
Winston Churchill 500 Bonus
This French General’s leadership of his forces made him a national hero, who was he? Leaders
General Philippe Pétain 1000
Which country withdrew from World War I in 1917? Countries
Which country entered World War I against its former allies? Countries
During World War I Germany proposed an alliance, that was never achieved, with what country? Countries
Mexico 300 Bonus
What would Mexico have received if they had accepted the alliance and the Central Powers had won? Countries
Most of their lost territory in the Southwestern US 600
What country became the worlds first totalitarian regime during WWI? Countries
At the end of WWI Germany was split by what country? Countries
The Triple Entente was made up of what three countries? Alliances
Great Britain, France, and Russia 100
The Triple Alliance was made up of Germany, Austria, and what other country? Alliances
The Balfour Note attempted to establish an alliance between Palestine and what country? Alliances
Great Britain 300
Spain entered the WWI fighting with which of the two alliances? Alliances
Neither, Spain stayed neutral 400
Which alliance was not a formal alliance but one based more on principle? Alliances
Triple Entente 500 Bonus
What alliance broke Britain's policy of “Splendid Isolation”? Alliances
Anglo-Japanese Alliance 1000
The Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated by the group known as the: Pre-WWI
Black Hand 100
What did William II give Austria in terms of dealing with Serbia? Pre-WWI
A “blank check” 200
How did the second Moroccan crisis affect Great Britain? Pre-WWI
It caused Britain to draw closer to France 300
Why did Britain declare war on Germany? Pre-WWI
Germany violated Belgium’s neutrality 400 Bonus
Which treaty was violated by Germany’s aggression on Belgium? Pre-WWI
First Treaty of London (Convention of 1839) 800
Which country’s president and prime minister were out of the country when the mobilization crisis flared? Pre-WWI
Woodrow Wilson proposed his ________, which included Self-determination and an International Organization for collective security. Post-WWI
Fourteen Points 100
Which treaty ended WWI and demanded reparations from the defeated? Post-WWI
Versailles Treaty of
Which country was completely broken apart because of World War I? Post-WWI
The Ottoman Empire 300
Which country managed to escape the mandates put on it by the Versailles Treaty? Post-WWI
The Big Four at the Paris Peace Conference were? (Countries) Post-WWI
France, Great Britain, US, and Italy 500 Bonus
Which Article of the Versailles Treaty blamed Germany for the war and established the reparations? Post-WWI
World War I was also know as the: Hodge-Podge
Great War 100
Hodge-Podge Why did they US enter the war?
200 Germany’s resumption of unrestricted submarine warfare
Who wrote the book All Quiet on the Western Front, that characterized trench warfare? Hodge-Podge
Erich Remarque 300
Hodge-Podge Name three technological innovations that were used in World War I?
Machine guns, Tanks, Airplanes, Poison gas, U- boats, Zeppelins, and Radio 400 Bonus
Hodge-Podge On what date did William II abdicate because of the disintegration of the German Army?
800 November 9, 1918
The Young Turks, who established a parliamentary government in the Ottoman Empire, were led by who? Hodge-Podge
500 Mustafa Kemal Pasha
Category is: Effects of WWI
What government was doomed to fail due to the mandates of the Versailles Treaty?
The Weimar Republic of Germany
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