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Government Federal Monarchy Kaiser William Gott mit uns (God with us)
Military Moltke- German Military Leader Schlieffen Plan No weapons stockpiled
Economy Reliant on imports Would not live through sustained war 10 Pfennig bought 2 eggs
Religion Evenly distributed between Roman Catholics and Protestants
War in Stykz Legend Red-German Forces Green-French Forces Blue-British Forces B-Belgium Territory F-French Territory M-Marne P-Paris Orange-Final Front
Eplanation Used Schlieffen Plan Invaded Belgium Marched to Paris Marne British Save French 2 nd Battle of Marne Stalemate…
Government Spartacists’ leaders arrested Worker’s strike Shortage riots
Military Moltke fails with Schlieffen plan Replaced with General Erich Falkenhayn 11 Million men mobilized
Economy Military dominated industry Army took labor out of the work force Economy weakened
Religion Protestant gained members Roman Catholicism decreased
Government Constitution ratified, Generals had to answer to the Reichstag (Parliament) Armistice signed Nov 11 Kaiser William fled
Military German army not allowed to grow 7 million casualties (65%)
Economy New currency: Mark Reparation payments Inflation
Religion Protestants have 2/3 of population Roman Catholicism has rest
Geographic Comparison Before the WarAfter the War
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Unit 9 World War I (The Great War) U.S. involvement.
A Bloody Conflict. Germanys Plan Fails Germany had long been prepared for war against France and Russia. It immediately launched a massive invasion of.
World War I The Great War and Treaty of Versailles.
World War I Causes Of World War I: complex and varied, but it all comes down to the… M A N I A C ilitarism lliances ationalism mperialism ssassination.
End of WWI Key notes. Allies Win the War When the US joined the war on April 6 th, 1917, the Allies gained a key advantage. Nov – Russian Revolution.
WORLD WAR I. 1. The Beginning a. By 1914 tensions in Europe had risen and many believed the continent was on the brink of war.
WW I Coach White Global Studies II. Allied Powers ___________________.
WORLD WAR I 5 May THE GREAT POWERS IN EUROPE Germany Rapid industrialization and modernization after unification Bismarck extends vote to.
THE US ENTERS THE GREAT WAR. **WW I began in Europe in 1914 and lasted until The United States did not enter the war until 1917.** Neutrality-isolationism.
World War I Objective To understand the causes of World War I To understand the nature of World War I To understand how World War I ended To.
Click the mouse button to display the information. World War The world changed with World War I. The United States was unwillingly pulled into the conflict,
Soc 30-1 Readings: Chapter 5 – parts on Germany Soc 30-2 Readings: Chapter 7, pg. 172.
The Great War Causes Web of Alliances Nationalism Imperialism Militarism.
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A Global Conflict Chapter 29 Section 2-3. Who was Involved? Central Powers: Germany and Austria- Hungary Allies: France, Serbia, Great Britain, and US.
WORLD WAR I Chapter 11. Countries Great Britain – King George V; Constitutional Monarchy; strong imperial power Germany – Kaiser Wilhelm (William)
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