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1 Essential Question Why and how did World War I begin?

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9  Label:  Atlantic Ocean  Mediterranean Sea  Black Sea  North Sea  Baltic Sea  Portugal  Spain  France  United Kingdom  Luxembourg (LUX)  Belgium  Netherlands (NETH)  Switzerland  Italy  Denmark  Germany  Austria-Hungary  Montenegro  Serbia  Romania  Albania  Greece  Bulgaria  Ottoman Empire  Russia  Label all cities on the map in the text  Label:  Atlantic Ocean  Mediterranean Sea  Black Sea  North Sea  Baltic Sea  Portugal  Spain  France  United Kingdom  Luxembourg (LUX)  Belgium  Netherlands (NETH)  Switzerland  Italy  Denmark  Germany  Austria-Hungary  Montenegro  Serbia  Romania  Albania  Greece  Bulgaria  Ottoman Empire  Russia  Label all cities on the map in the text Draw/Color Matching Key in upper left hand corner. Color map to match information in the key. Yes you must draw the red soldiers, but they can be red bars instead. Draw/Color Matching Key in upper left hand corner. Color map to match information in the key. Yes you must draw the red soldiers, but they can be red bars instead. DO NOT label the 1920 map yet. That will be done later.

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12 Imperialism Direct Democracy in Athens French Revolution Roman Republic Christianity Glorious Revolution in England Napoleonic France Industrial Revolution The Enlightenment American Revolution Revolutions in Latin America Judaism’s Ten Commandments Agricultural Revolution American Declaration of Independence With your neighbor, take out a sheet of paper and number Put the events below in chronological order. Think about what events led to others. With your neighbor, take out a sheet of paper and number Put the events below in chronological order. Think about what events led to others.

13 1. Direct Democracy in Athens 2. Roman Republic 3. Judaism’s Ten Commandments 4. Christianity 5. Glorious Revolution in England 6. The Enlightenment 7. American Declaration of Independence 8. American Revolution 9. French Revolution 10. Napoleonic France 11. Revolutions in Latin America 12. Agricultural Revolution 13. Industrial Revolution 14. Imperialism

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21 Direct Democracy in Athens Roman Republic Judaism’s Ten Commandments Christianity Glorious Revolution in England English Bill of Rights The Enlightenment American Declaration of Independence American Revolution American Bill of Rights French Revolution Napoleonic France Revolutions in Latin America Agricultural Revolution Industrial Revolution The Berlin Conference The Opium War

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25 Color picture for Causes Color picture for Effects Color picture for Imperialism

26  Should you always support a friend, no matter what he or she does?  What might be the long term consequences of refusing to help a friend or ally?

27 1. Learning Log 2. Warm Up: Go to page 356. Who was Austria-Hungary allied with? Who was Serbia allied with? Who was Britain allied with? 3. Current Events 4. Finish:The Century: Shell Shock. Video Notes. 5. Ch 11 Illustrated vocabulary 6. Wrap Up: What is militarism, and how did it lead to WWI? Due Today: Make Up Work. Imperialism Timeline Home Fun: Have a great weekend. WOW: Only the educated are free.

28 Warm-Up How could Industrialization and Imperialism lead to war? Use complete sentences

29 10.5 Students Analyze the causes of World War I  Analyze the arguments for entering into war presented by leaders from all sides of the Great War and the role of political and economic rivalries, ethnic and ideological conflicts…  Examine the principal theaters of battle, major turning points, and the importance of geographic factors in military decisions and outcomes…

30 Students will be able to… 1. Identify and discuss the 4 MAIN causes of and the event that started WWI by participating in the interactive notes. 2. Summarize what you have learned and how it relates to what you already knew about WWI.

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32  1914 Industrialization was at its peak  This lead to the belief that Europeans were the most modern and civilized people in the world  European nations were fiercely competing for imperial colonies around the world  1914 Industrialization was at its peak  This lead to the belief that Europeans were the most modern and civilized people in the world  European nations were fiercely competing for imperial colonies around the world

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35 Increasing nationalism Serbia wants to create a Slavic state – Would take land from Austria Hungary and the Ottoman Empire Attacks the Ottoman Empire1912 Balkan states begin to fight – high tensions Increasing nationalism Serbia wants to create a Slavic state – Would take land from Austria Hungary and the Ottoman Empire Attacks the Ottoman Empire1912 Balkan states begin to fight – high tensions

36 Militarism Alliance System Imperialism Nationalism

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38 Triple Alliance Germany Austria-Hungary Italy Triple Entente France Russia Great Britain (Central Powers) Italy switches sides in 1915

39 1879 The Dual Alliance Germany and Austria-Hungary made an alliance to protect themselves from Russia 1881 Austro-Serbian Alliance Austria-Hungary made an alliance with Serbia to stop Russia gaining control of Serbia 1882 The Triple Alliance Germany and Austria- Hungary made an alliance with Italy to stop Italy from taking sides with Russia 1914 Triple Entente (no separate peace) Britain, Russia and France agreed not to sign for peace separately Franco-Russian Alliance Russia formed an alliance with France to protect herself against Germany and Austria-Hungary 1907 Triple Entente This was made between Russia, France and Britain to counter the increasing threat from Germany Anglo-Russian Entente This was an agreement between Britain and Russia 1904 Entente Cordiale This was an agreement, but not a formal alliance, between France and Britain.

40 Germany & Britain race to create most powerful navy

41 European countries were competing for colonies, this leads to conflict.

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43 Conflict Competition WAR

44 Europe on Eve of WWI The Balkans

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48 Franz Ferdinand’s bloodied coat

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50 All For You Sophia Lyrics Bang bang, Gavrilo Princip Bang bang, shoot me Gavrilo Bang bang, the first six are for you Bang bang, the seventh is for me Bang bang, Gavrilo Princip Bang bang, Europe's going to weep All for you, all for you, all for you, Sophia (x4) Bang bang, history's complete Bang bang, shoot me Gavrilo Bang bang, the first six are for you Bang bang, the seventh is for me Bang bang, Gavrilo Princip Bang bang, shoot me Gavrilo All for you, all for you, all for you, Sophia (x4) The Black Hand holds the gun The devil takes his run Urban, take the Appel Quay It's June the twenty-eighth The seventh was for me


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