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Zoom-In Inquiry. Directions: Look carefully at each section of the picture. Write down the answers to the questions. Do NOT call out your answers.

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1 Zoom-In Inquiry

2 Directions: Look carefully at each section of the picture. Write down the answers to the questions. Do NOT call out your answers

3 What might be happening in this picture?

4 What do you see? Describe it.

5 What new things do you see?

6 What people do you see in this picture?

7 Swiss Soldiers Entrenched on the Frontier What questions does this image leave you with?

8 Zoom-In Inquiry Questions What do you see? Describe it. What new things do you see? What might be happening in this picture? What actions do you see? What people do you see in this picture? What questions does this image leave you with?

9 Additional images from WWI Swiss soldiers entranched on the frontier"Polish Infantry of the German Army in East Prussia Advance Over Flat Ground in Extended Order Firing from Individual Rifle Pits.”

10 Artillery position showing guns, ammunition shells, sandbags, and lean-tos

11 View showing concrete reetting and the rock and concrete fire step in a German front Line. Oahayville, Meuse, France / Signal Corps.

12 Realistic Travels. (c1916). Second line coming up amid shell fire to win the trench. Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs, Sterograph Cards.Second line coming up amid shell fire to win the trench. Unknown. ( ). [Swiss soldiers entranched on the frontier]. Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs, George Grantham Bain Collection.[Swiss soldiers entranched on the frontier]. Unknown. ( ). [Artillery position showing guns, ammunition shells, sandbags, and lean-tos]. Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs.[Artillery position showing guns, ammunition shells, sandbags, and lean-tos]. Unknown. (1918). View showing concrete reetting and the rock and concrete fire step in a German front Line. Oahayville, Meuse, France / Signal Corps. Library of Congress: Prints & Photographs.View showing concrete reetting and the rock and concrete fire step in a German front Line. Oahayville, Meuse, France / Signal Corps. Unknown. (n.d.). Chief Events of the War Timeline: Library of Congress: American Memory, Newspaper Pictorials: World War I Rotogravures: Chief Events of the War Timeline:


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