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Cross-section of a front-line trench
Arrival in France (Etaples)
British wiring party near Arras
A soldier uses a box periscope to look at No-Man's-Land.
Hill 60, a few miles from Ypres in 1915, a German stronghold - Peter Savelkoul
Artillery stuck in the mud in Flanders
No-Man's- Land at Passchen- daele in 1917
Officers walking through a flooded communication trench
British boy soldier in the Great War
Young German recruits
Over the top in gas and smoke
A Blighty case at Passchendaele
Tending the wounded at a dressing station at Monchy
A British Army chaplain takes the personal belongings from the bodies of the fallen.
French soldiers collect their dead and wounded.
After the attack
The standard form sent by the British War Office to next of kin to notify them of the death of a member of the army
Canadians In Battle. Ypres ~ April 1915 The 1st Canadian Division had just arrived at the front and were moved to Ypres Salient, in front of the City.
Objective: To examine the horrors of trench warfare.
Dead on the Wire. Over the Top No Mans Land-Flanders.
World War I Why was it so deadly? Jot down notes as we go through the slides?
World War I can only be described as a senseless war, it was unlike any war fought before or since. On the Western Front each side dug trenches facing.
The Experience of Battle Battlefield in the Great War Source:http://www.geocities.com/~worldwar1/default.html.
World War I: 12.2 Part 1 Stalemate. Initial Expectations Many leaders thought the war would be over quickly & include quick, decisive victories 1 st Battle.
Somme Battle Plan: You have… Study the Source. What does it suggest happened at the Battle of the Somme? From the RGA 69 th Siege Battery Study the Source.
Strategy before WWI (except U.S. Civil War) Armies lined up facing each other Attacked with hand-to-hand combat or with single-shot guns Technological.
Technology and Warfare in WWI. Changes in Tactics In previous wars soldiers had fought open fields with cavalry (horses) and rifles, but machine guns.
Remember at the outbreak of W.W.I, Newfoundland was not a part of Canada. Still a part of the British Empire. Some Newfoundlanders did join the C.E.F.
Events of WWI. 3 Important Battle Sites The Somme Verdun Ypres.
Gone to be a soldier A World War One Journal. War Begins Following events in Bosnia war was declared between Russia and Austria This in turn involved.
Canadians in Battles of WW1 Second Battle of Ypres, April 1915 This was Canada’s first major battle. Soldiers had Ross rifles. Soldiers were positioned.
Major Canadian Battles. Canada was involved with many major battles during WWI. The following four are the most well known.
Objective: To examine new weapons of WWI and to explain life in a trench for a WWI soldier.
Major Canadian Battles April 1915: Second Battle of Ypres Those Bloody WIPERS won’t budge!!! Those Bloody WIPERS won’t budge!!! Important railway & communications.
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.
WEAPONRY IN WORLD WAR ONE TO UNDERSTAND THE ROLE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN WORLD WAR ONE.
Private Peaceful Private Peaceful: home-learning.
Battle of the Marne (1914) Begins the Stalemate (early trenches develop) French race to the Marne River to stop the advancing Germans- Many in taxis. This.
The Battle of the Somme Where and Why? The Somme is a river in northern France The British were trying to force themselves through what they believed.
Battle of Ypres By: Teddy Manias, Jacqueline Fernandez, Michael McClelland, Emilee Kaminski.
+ Major Battles in World War 1 “A soldier who can no longer advance must guard the territory already held, no matter what the cost….” Joseph Joffre, on.
August 3, Germany started World War I by invading neutral Belgium using the Schlieffen Plan. The Belgians surprised the Germans by fighting back.
WORLD WAR I. Britain Declared war on Germany in September 1914 Canada had to go to war because it was a British Colony.
As WWI began, Germany invaded Belgium on their way to France In Belgium the Allies stopped them Germans couldn’t continue, but Allies couldn’t push.
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.
World War 1 The Canadian Battles – Passchendaele CHC2P / D Ms. Pannell.
WORLD WAR I Trench Warfare. Arial View Trenches and No-Man’s Land No-man's-land is the white, blown out area in the middle. The German trenches are towards.
Trench Warfare How a trench battle would happen No Man’s Land A A A BBB.
Weapons of WW1. Modern Weapons Machine Guns The development of Machine guns made crossing no-mans land nearly impossible.
Please do the following: Take out your HW #2 to be checked Take out your HW #2 to be checked Take a look at your Intro feedback when you get your paragraphs.
Battle of Somme July 1 st 1916 – November 1916 Passchendaele The Battle of Somme is one of the most bloodiest battles—which resulted into the death.
Pvt. John Madden 1st Battalion East Surrey Regiment.
TRENCH WARFARE. How They Looked What the Trenches were like… Filled with water and mud Duckboards along the bottom of the trench No privacy Dead bodies.
Trench Warfare S4. Battle of Ypres German advance through Belgium in 1914 was halted at Ypres in Flanders. The territory became known as The.
World War One. German attack strategy developed before the war - 2 front strategy - Germany believed it could fend off Russia in the East while it defeated.
Trench Warfare WWI. Schlieffen Plan German Military Strategy – Strike France 1 st through Belgium (neutral) – GB stranded – Focus on Russia.
World War I Canada ’ s Military Contribution. Significant Battles Canadians fought as part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) (aka Canadian Corps)
The Christmas Truce of Goal of Today The goal of today will be to give you the background information on the Christmas Truce.
TOPIC: Life in the Trenches OBJECTIVE: 10. Describe the horrible and dangerous conditions of life in the trenches. KD ANSWERS: 1. Conditions that seem.
The Western Front in Germany attacked France through Belgium immediately after war began Allied forces in France were forced to retreat backwards.
The Major Battles of WWI. The Battles of Ypres.
WORLD WAR I Causes of World War I MILITARISM – creation of large powerful militaries and stockpiling weapons ALLIANCE SYSTEM – nations.
CHC2D - Mrs. Kelsey. Date/Location: March - April, 1915, Ypres, Belgium (in region of Flanders)
Passchendale (October-November 1917). Overview Also known as the Third Battle of Ypres. Begins July 31, 1917 General Haig’s objective was to achieve a.
Recruits being measured for uniform, probably in London This is one of a series of photographs commissioned by the Ministry of Information in 1917.
Jeopardy People Countries War Machines Battles Strategies Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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