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World War I High School Social Studies
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Began on June 28, 1914 with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, and his wife by a Serbian terrorist. Ended on November 11, The Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire) fought against the Allied Powers (Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Japan and the United States) More than 9 million soldiers were killed and 21 million more wounded. Signed in 1919, the Treaty of Versailles, established post-war borders, founded the League of Nations as an international peace organization and penalized Germany for its aggression. World War I is also referred to as the World War, the Great War, the War of the Nations, and the War to End All Wars World War I Facts
Label the Central Powers.
The United States wanted to remain neutral but certain events changed that. German submarine warfare U-boats torpedoed and sank Allied passenger ships unrestrictedly and without warning; 128 Americans were killed on May 7, 1915 when the Lusitania sank. Zimmerman telegraph In February of 1917, Germany’s foreign secretary offers Mexico the return of the southwestern U.S. if they partner with Germany; the telegram is intercepted by the British. Russian revolution On March 15, 1917 Czar Nicholas II is removed from the throne in Russia and replaced with a provisional government causing instability in Europe. Causes for U.S. Involvement
Construct a timeline that includes at least 4 events that occurred during World War I. Construct a timeline.
Construct a timeline that includes at least 4 events that occurred during World War I. Answers will vary. May 7, 1915 – The Lusitania is sunk November 11, 1918 – by a German U Boat WWI ends March 15, 1917 – 1919 – The Treaty of Czar Nicholas II is Versailles is signed removed from throne Construct a timeline.
What is the name of the new and controversial global security organization that was created under the Treaty of Versailles at the end of World War I? a.The United Nations b.The League of Nations c.The Central Powers d.The Axis Powers
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