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Please find your team and prepare your posterMarch 13 You have 10 minutes to do the following: 1. Glue all your parts down 2. Put your name on EVERYTHING.

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2 Please find your team and prepare your posterMarch 13 You have 10 minutes to do the following: 1. Glue all your parts down 2. Put your name on EVERYTHING you did, every picture, every border, everything! 3. Write your name and your official job letter on the front of the poster. HW: Chapter 13, Sec. 3, Complete Cornell Notes. Notes missing Above/Below the surface questions and summary will receive half credit. Cornell notes model is posted on line in the Templates folder. Due Monday. Chapter 13, Sec. 4 Complete Cornell Notes Due Wed/Thursday

3 Put posters in Order by Date Send one person from your team to stand at the front of the room with your poster. Find your place at the front of the room by date from Earliest - by Mrs. Cs Desk to Latest - by the windows. State the name of your battle and ONE important thing about it.

4 Lay the posters out on the tables. Get a Poster Handout and read 4 posters of your choice. Fill out the 4 sections of the handout as you read. You will record information on: – Battle name, location, date and participants – What the battle was like – What happened in the battle – Turn this in before you leave today!

5 Mar 16 Please do not talk at this time Homework: Chpt. 13, Sec. 4, Star Notes Due Wed/Thurs. WWI: The end of the War Key words Notes Vocab Definitions Green Questions Answers Summary: Please set up page 67A in your notebook in Cornell Note Form.

6 1914-1918: The World at War By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY And Mrs. Sophia Caramagno Mountain View H.S. Mountain View, CA

7 Part 4: Russia Out, America In, and the End of the War

8 Russia Gets Out of the War

9 Why did Russia leave the war? Massive Casualties- 6,700,000 dead or seriously wounded. Millions of dollars spent on the war. No serious victories and many serious defeats. Intense social unrest leading to social revolution. The end of Czarist Russia and the start of the Communist takeover that favored the people over the war. Russian Soldiers running from the German army

10 Treaty of Brest- Litovsk Signed between the new Bolshevik Government in Russia and the Central Powers (Germany, Austria Hungary and Turkey) Gave away a third of Russia's population Gave away half of Russias already small industry Gave away 9/10th of Russias coal mines Russia gave Germany the territories of Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, and the Ukraine. Russia gave Turkey the territories of Ardahan, Kars, and Batumi. Russia had to pay six billion marks (German $) in war reparations to Germany.

11 What did Russia hope to gain by leaving WWI early? Name at least 3. What consequences would Russia have for leaving the war early? Name at least 3.

12 By 1917… Russia has fallen out of the war and into the Russian Revolution Germany and their allies the Turks have succeeded in winning the Eastern Front. Italy is about to fold under Austrian aggression. All armies are made up of young boys and weary veterans. Everyone is low on food and ammunition. Germany believes they will win. Everyone else believes Germany will win too.

13 America Joins the Allies

14 But Why Now After 3 Years of Neutrality? Unrestricted Submarine Warfare- German U-boats sink American merchant ships and the occasional passenger liner. America loses money and a few citizens The Zimmerman Telegram- Germany encourages Mexico to attack America and keep the US out of Europe.

15 The Sinking of the Lusitania

16 The Zimmerman Telegram

17 Read the Zimmerman Telegram and Do APPARTS on page 68A in your notebook. Your Focus Question for Significance is: Why would this document lead the USA into finally declaring war in 1917? Share Out…

18 Happy St. Patricks Day! HW: Test Tuesday. Library Day Friday! Please get out your notes from yesterday!

19 The Yanks Are Coming! Woodrow Wilson, US President, April 2, 1917 "The world must be made safe for democracy." Colonial Charles Stanton Lafayette, Nous sommes ici!

20 What effect will the Americans have on the war? What advantages do they bring to the allies? What disadvantages do they bring?

21 Americans in the Trenches Infantry, Artillery, Aviation - all that we have - are yours to dispose of as you will. I have come to say to you that the American people would be proud to be engaged in the greatest battle in history. Gen. Pershing

22 The End of World War I

23 WWI is a Total War All the energy and work of every person in the country is directed to war. Factories are transformed from making cars and radios to making tanks and artillery shells. Commercial ship yards stop making trade ships and start making war ships. Women enter the work force to take the places left my men fighting at the front. Children collect scrap metal, paper, grease and other items to provide the mass of raw materials needed for the war. Everyone goes on rationing. Food, gas, rubber and cloth are all regulated and restricted so that enough of all those things gets to the soldiers. Every member of society participates in the war in some way.

24 Please add this Vocab Word Map to Pg. 69A

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26 Add this word to the same page…

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28 Desertions and Strikes April - June, 1917 Over half a million French soldiers mutiny, or "go on strike" and refuse to continue the failed offensive. July, 1918 German troops being shipped from the Eastern to Western Front begin to desert in large numbers from their transport trains. October 28, 1918 German sailors mutiny at port when asked to sail and fight a hopeless naval battle.

29 Tanks break the German line in the Western Front At last, with American manufacturing, more advanced tanks, more personnel and supplies, the Allies finally start to take ground. Allies develop depth charges and break the stranglehold of the German U-boats. Supply ships can move once again.

30 Mar 18/19 Please do not talk at this time Homework: Test Tuesday! Library Day Friday! WWI: After the War to End All Wars Key words Notes Vocab Definitions Green Questions Answers Summary: Please set up page 70A in your notebook in Cornell Note Form.

31 1918 Flu Pandemic: Depletes All Armies 50,000,000 – 100,000,000 died

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33 11 a.m., November 11, 1918 The Great War is Over...

34 But the problems are just beginning... 9,000,000 Dead But the problems are just beginning... 9,000,000 Dead

35 The Somme American Cemetery, France 116,516 Americans Died

36 World War I Casualties Even those men who lived were horribly scarred, crippled or emotionally destroyed. Name 6 problems a country that loses 9 million people in 3 years will face?

37 Serious Economic Problems Battles ruined crop land. Poisons left soil unfit to farm. Civilians died from starvation and disease Food Prices soared. Other Costs of the war reached $338 billion.

38 Percentage (%) increase in the cost of food from 1914 - 1919


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