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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
The War’s End & Aftermath
WEIMAR GERMANY Frederic EBERT Was the first president of Germany WOMEN VOTING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN GERMANY 1919.
1914. The great war began exactly according to plan. A million German troops are loaded into 6,480 railways trains and headed towards Belgium. (Scheliefen.
Important WWI Battles Battle of Tannenberg (1914) Battle of Tannenberg (1914) First Battle of the Marne First Battle of the Marne (1914 & 1918) Gallipoli.
World War I Failure of the Schlieffen Plan Failure of French to advance on left flank Belgian resistance Russian advances on the Eastern front British.
The End of the Great War.
The Schlieffen Plan. Why did the Germans believe they could win the war quickly? In 1905, the General Alfred von Schlieffen was asked to plan a way of.
The Great War
Jeopardy! Eastern Front Western Front The WarPeace Causes Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Wildcard.
WWI Review. WWI Allied Powers – Great Britain, France, Russia, US (Italy) Central Powers – Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, (Italy)
The Spark - Beginning of World War One Assassination ! “Death to the Tyrant!” * Archduke Francis Ferdinand and wife Sophie (heir to the Austrian/Hungarian.
The Von Schlieffen Plan
© Boardworks Ltd of 6 © Boardworks Ltd of 6 International Relations 1900–1939 Why did the Assassination in Sarajevo Lead to War? Part 3 The.
Why wasn’t the war over by Christmas 1914?
World War I. Setting it Up Austria declares war on Serbia Russia mobilizes as a “precaution” Germany declares war on Russia Germany expects France to.
The Assassination. Do Now: 1. If you were the French where would you put your troops? If you were the Germans what would be your plan of attack.
Why the German Plan Failed Stalemate: why neither side could gain an advantage Impact of the new weapons of war Total War, propaganda, and.
War & Society Chapter 23. Road to War Key factors precipitated war in Europe Imperialist expansion Militarism - Russia’s army - France and Germany.
These three countries were referred to as the Triple Entente and were allies at the beginning of WWI. The Stage is Set for War 100.
Americans in Europe Unit 2 Section 2 Part 3. A. Raising an Army U.S. did not have a large standing army Selective Service Act Men ages get.
Weimar Germany and the Treaty of Versailles,
1917 – THE USA JOINS THE WAR - In February the Germans backed to Hindenburg Line fortifications. - Throughout the year several offensive actions took place.
World War I World War I Causes: Rival Alliances ImperialismNationalismMilitarism.
World War I Review The End Mr. Wyka’s World History Citrus High School.
World War I The Great War.
Propaganda -1 Origin Purpose Intended Audience Method of Distribution.
9. How did WWI end & what were the costs of the war?
World War I.
WWI In the beginning, the armies on the western front became almost immobile. The basic soldier was a man on foot (motor transportation was still new)
WHY DID THE WESTERN FRONT GET BOGGED DOWN IN TRENCH WARFARE SO QUICKLY?
Around the globe World War One. Invasion of France Germany wanted to strike France quickly before Russia could mobilize They used the von Schlieffen Plan.
Lesson 3 – Economic Problems of the Weimar Republic Essential Question What were the cause and effects of the Weimar economy on the German people? Learning.
WORLD WAR I THREE MAJOR BATTLES THE BATTLE OF THE MARNE
The Schlieffen Plan In 1914, Germany believed war with Russia was extremely likely. If war broke out, Germany assumed France would also attack as she.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Honors World History Mr. Green.
World War 1 World War 1 started in August 1914 after tension had been building in Europe for the last 30 years Most of the fighting took place in Belgium.
World War I Modern History Mr.Vernon. Was the German General Staff's early 20th century overall strategic plan for victory in a possible future war.
Warm up You have 5 minutes after the bell rings to complete the 5 map questions on page 69.
The Armistice and Treaty of Versailles
State Standard Understand the nature of war and its human costs.
War Affects the World Chapter 13, Section 3.
End of the War. Central Powers collapse Two important events changed the direction of the war in 1917 Russian revolution (good for the Triple Alliance)
War before 1914… War was often a “quick” affair Mobilization No one wanted to be the last in Conscription vs. Occupation Limited vs. Total War.
Europe Plunges into War Ch One European nation after another is drawn into a large and industrialized war that results in many casualties.
WWI AND TOTAL WAR OVERVIEW OF THE WAR The war was fought in different fronts. - The most important was the western front (stretched from the English Channel.
World War I Mr. Mizell, Humanities. Essential Question How did the Western and Eastern Fronts differ?
European Religious Wars Mr. Simmons World History.
Widening of the War outside of Europe
Stalemate By 1917 both sides were fighting a defensive war Neither could put together a massive attack Trench warfare was wearing on the soldiers.
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