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Chapter 19 Section 1 The Road to War
Long Term causes of WWI
Imperialism Trying to
How did competition for colonies help lead to war? A great scramble for colonies took place in the late 1800s European powers scrambled to obtain uncolonized areas
Militarism This policy involved aggressively building up a nation’s armed forces in preparation for war and giving the military more authority over the government and foreign policy
How did nationalism contribute to the start of World War I? One form of nationalism led nations to act in their best interest and ignoring the needs of other nations
What role did alliances play in the initiation of World War I? Alliances could turn what should be only a small conflict into a
Immediate Cause of WWI
Whose assassination was the immediate cause of World War I? Archduke Francis Ferdinand
Gavrilo Princip Member of Serbian terrorist organization Black Hand
Mobilization The readying of
Which side, if any, had a geographical advantage in the war? Allies- Because they have the central powers surrounded
What affect did modern warfare have on how World War I was fought? New killing machines were amazingly effective Generals often times had difficulty countering new technologies
Stalemate A situation in which
What were two causes of the stalemate in the West? Similar size and strength of the opposing militaries The choice of both sides to dig and and defend their lines
Propaganda Information intended to sway public opinion
What was the main reason that the United States stayed neutral at the start of World War I? President Wilson wanted to protect American commercial investments overseas Also…
How did the peace movement differ from the preparedness movement? The preparedness movement wanted America to be ready to go to war if necessary.
Chapter 19 Section 1 The Road to War. Whose assassination was the immediate cause of World War I? Archduke Francis Ferdinand – Heir to the throne of Austria.
CHAPTER 19 SECTION 1 THE ROAD TO WAR. CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I June 28, 1914 Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated in Bosnia Austria.
Chapter 12: The World War I Era I. The Road to War.
The World War I Era The Road to War. America, 1914: US vowed to remain neutral US vowed to remain neutral President Woodrow Wilson’s re-election slogan:
MAIN Causes of WWI ilitarism lliances mperialism ationalism.
A)Geography B)Causes C)Warfare D)Outcome WORLD WAR
Chapter 19 The World War I Era (1914–1920) Section 1.
Introduction Bosnia was a new province in the Austro-Hungarian Empire – Archduke Francis Ferdinand was the heir to the empire Many Bosnians were unhappy.
World War I Prelude to a War. Major Causes of War Nationalism: – Tensions over rise of unified Germany and Italy – Tensions in the Balkans over ethnic.
Brainstorm-What do you think this cartoon is describing?
M.A.I.N. CAUSES OF WWI. M.A.I.N. Causes Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism Click when ready to go on.
World War I War to end all wars 1914 – World War I Began on July 28, 1914 Ended on November 11, 1918 United States joined in April 1917.
19.1 The Road to War. June 28, 1914 Francis Ferdinand and his wife, Sofia, visited Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia. Many Bosnians were upset with Austro-Hungarian.
Outbreak of WWI M.A.I.N. Causes of World War I Causes of WWI Imperialism Nationalism Militarism Alliances.
WORLD WAR I America Takes the Lead? BIG QUESTIONS?? How might people respond when they feel threatened by others? What conditions might justify US.
M.A.I.N. CAUSES OF WWI. What’s a gang? –Members of a group who band together to fight each for control of an area (turf) How does a gang work? How are.
First total war in history (soldiers & civilians) In August 1914 it involved only 7 European countries but by November 1918 there were over 30 countries.
The Road to War World War I. Setting the scene June 28, 1914 – Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife are assassinated Imperialism Scramble for colonies.
Unit 6 – The Age of Imperialism and World War I (1890 – 1918) The 4 M-A-I-N! Causes of The Great War.
The Road to World War I Chapter 8 Section 1. Objectives By the end of this section, you should be able to: 1) Describe the factors which led to World.
Chapter 10 World War I ■#1 Outbreak of World War I.
Causes of WWI Mrs. Gosnell The Great War and Its Aftermath ( ) - The learner will analyze United States involvement in World War I and the war's.
M.A.I.N. CAUSES OF WWI. M.A.I.N. Causes Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism.
Objective: To analyze the causes of World War I..
The United States in World War I Copy into your notes: When World War I began in 1914, the United States declared its neutrality. However, soon.
UNIT 10 – THE GREAT WAR CHAPTER 29 THE GREAT WAR.
(U.S. Involvement ). CAUSES of WORLD WAR I M ILITARISM - build up of navies and armies to defend colonies A LLIANCES - complicated.
The Causes of World War I. Agenda Review Hwk Review Hwk Homework: Poster, Read pages , answer #3, pages , answer #2. Homework: Poster, Read.
Chapter 24: World War I Section 1: War Breaks Out in Europe Section 2: America Joins the Fight.
World War I and the Great Russian Revolution Chapter 11.
Causes of WWI and American involvement. WWI Connections to today The reasons why the war was started are similar to the reasons why countries fight today.
WWI “The War to End All Wars” Causes of WWI: MANIA Militarism– policy of building up strong military forces to prepare for war Alliances.
The Road to the Great War WWI. Causes of the War nationalism – feeling that a specific nation, language, or culture is superior to all others imperialism.
In 1914, five factors made Europe a powder keg ready to explode. Militarism Alliances Regional Tensions Nationalism Imperialism Causes of War 10.1.
4.1 “The Road to War”. Imperialism Countries were competing for natural resources The most desirable colonies were already under control of major European.
World War One M.A.I.N. Causes of WWI Militarism: the build up of weapons and military forces in times of peace, in preparation for war Alliances: an agreement.
How the death of one guy in a funky hat & turkey sandwich can spark a worldwide war.
THIS IS With Host... Your Geography Causes of American involvement American Home Front MANIAEnd of WWI Random.
I can Identify and Analyze the MAIN Causes of WW1. Essential Question: For what reasons do people get involved in war and/or conflict with others?
Warm Up Think of a time when you had a conflict. -How would having a friends support have changed things? Warm Up Think of a time when you had a conflict.
BRINGING THE GREAT WAR HOME Neutrality Joining the War The Home Front.
Do Now! Create a web brainstorming everything you know about WWI.
Causes of World War I. Background causes Imperialism - Germany felt it deserved more colonies in Africa and Asia Imperialism - Germany felt it deserved.
Section 1 World War I Click the icon to play Listen to History audio. Click the icon below to connect to the Interactive Maps.
CHAPTER 19 WORLD WAR I Section 1 The Road to War.
World War I Test Review. Define 1. Militarism: a policy of aggressive military preparedness 2. Nationalism: loyalty and devotion to a nation 3. Neutrality:
Bell work: World War One is the first time in American history that the US has sent troops into Europe. This decision ended the long-standing policy of.
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