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WWI Trench System
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War in the Trenches. 2 Hindenburg Line Crucial stronghold Formidable barrier to Allied advances Operation Alberich Generals Hindenburg and Lundendorff.
The Technological Advances of WWI Brianna Larson.
Trench Warfare. The Canadian government wanted to encourage men to enlist for war. They said the war would be safe, hardly any fighting, a good lark and.
TRENCH WARFARE WWI. Battle of the Somme Communication Trench Diagram.
TOPIC: Life in the Trenches OBJECTIVE: 10. Describe the horrible and dangerous conditions of life in the trenches. KD ANSWERS: 1. Conditions that seem.
Trench Warfare. Trench Warfare: Basic Info. New weapons used seemed to be made more for defense; so trenches were made for the soldiers protection. There.
Bell Ringer!!! Take out your WWI statistics handouts from yesterday. What does our acronym “MAIN” stand for? What countries are in the Triple Alliance?
A New Kind of War “One out of every four men who went out to the World War did not come back again…and of those who came back, many were maimed and blind.
Trench Warfare Much of the war's combat involved trench warfare, where hundreds often died for each meter of land gained. Many of the deadliest battles.
World War 1 Canadian Battles – The Somme CCH2P / D Ms. Pannell.
DEBATE QUESTION Was General Pershing’s embrace of open warfare tactics what World War I needed to end the stalemate, or did Pershing’s strategy lead to.
WWI Trench Warfare. Trench Warfare Goal: Protect from small arms fire and sheltered from artillery. Mainly on the Western front.
World War I War of Attrition The Effects of New Technology Prior to WWI, the last major European war was in 1870 Significant changes in weapons had.
By: Jake Hampton & Cord Kleist. (Browning Automatic Rifle) The BAR was the first effective light machine gun in WWI.
APUSH Period 7 part 3 Kennedy Chapter 27, 29, 33, and 34 IMPERIALISM World War I and World War II.
Read the poem “The Man He Killed” Compare the message in the poem to the messages you discovered in the Xmas Truce.
Mr. Pearsall’s World History II Class.
Chapter 17, Section 1 – A World War Begins Causes of War in Europe 1.Nationalism – extreme belief that your country is better than anyone else 2.Imperialism.
OFFENSIVE VS DEFENSIVE
World War I: The Battlefront. Do Now Scenario: You are a soldier in WWI. You see new machines flying over your head. You see a new style of fighting in.
Good Afternoon!!! 1.NVC 2.Finish Soldier Poetry 3.Battle of the Somme: Trench Warfare in Action Essential Question: Who won the first day of the Battle.
Trench Warfare Definition: a type of combat in which opposing troops fight from trenches facing each other. Strategy used during WWI. Little progress.
Time of Dying Write down 5 observations from the video clip.
WWI Bell Ringer 1.List the Causes of WWI(hint S.L.U.T.Z.) 2. What weapons/innovations do you think, played a significant role in WWI & why?
United States Enters WWI “….the world must be made safe for democracy.” Woodrow Wilson Addressing Congress and urging a declaration of war.
WWI Trench Warfare. Stalemate in the Trenches When war began most people assumed it would be over in a few months. The German army invaded Belgium with.
WWI Innovations Do Now: “The war is going to be won by inventions” -British Admiral Jacky Fisher (1915) List several technologies that you use everyday.
World War I: A New Kind of War Chapter 27 Section 2 World History III Mr. Love.
WORLD WAR ONE PLANES World war 1 was the first war evolving aircraft. They were used for looking to see were enemy bases were so they could.
Innovations of WWI. An Industrialized War Weapons were produced with the same efficient methods of mass production that industrialists had applied to.
When World War I finally began, both sides expected it to last only a few months. But it went on for about 5 years! WHY???
TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTIONS IN WARFARE: WWI James Gaddy.
‘Over the Top’ Lesson starter 1.Write a short description of what a soldier would see standing inside a WWI trench. Today we will learn about going ‘over.
America Tips Balance of Power (Ch. 11, Sec. 2) 1. America Prepares to Enter War 2. New Weapons Change Face of War 3. Casualties & Cost of World War I.
GUNS OF TRENCH WARFARE By: Jake Welch, Noah Price, Cole Bauer.
Introduction to Great War Poetry Brainstorming, Images, Song and Poem Analysis.
New Technology of WWI. Industrialization and mass production made it possible to develop new weapons and technology Industrialization and mass production.
A remake of TACTICAL COMMANDER
An Arms Auction. To work together to identify and ‘acquire’ weapons that the group thinks would benefit soldiers engaged in trench warfare during WWI.
The Human Costs of World War I (Ch. 13, Sec. 3-B).
Weapons Lesson starter: Make a list of all the weapons you think were used in WWI.
Trench Warfare WWI. Schlieffen Plan German Military Strategy – Strike France 1 st through Belgium (neutral) – GB stranded – Focus on Russia.
Trench Warfare and Technology SCO 2.2 (see text 3.3)
World War I Weapons and Technology Let’s Review: What Did a WWI Battle Look Like? 2. Men go “over the top” and into No Man’s Land. 1.Launch heavy artillery.
Technology and Warfare in WWI. Changes in Tactics In previous wars soldiers had fought open fields with cavalry (horses) and rifles, but machine guns.
TRENCH WARFARE EXTENSIVE TUNNELS (7 FEET DEEP)THAT WERE DUG TO PROTECT SOLDIERS FROM MACHINE GUN FIRE AND ARTILLERY BOMBARDMENTS. USED EXTENSIVELY ON THE.
Trench Warfare. Why was war fought from trenches? Weapons of war had been developed that were so deadly … need to have cover.
Chapter 7 Test Review. 1.What is a proletariat? 2.What is a commissar? 3.What is another term for the draft? 4.What is a soviet? 5.What anniversary occurred.
What does the acronym “MAINA” stand for? What countries were in the Triple Alliance? Which country switches sides? What is the Triple Alliance called during.
Battle of the Somme An overview of the battle. 2 Overview July 1 – Nov. 18, 1916 One of the costliest battles of WWI Approximately 1.2 million casualties.
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