World War I

By yari13
  • The Assassination of Archduke

    Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife Sophie Duchess of Hohenberg were shot dead at Sarajevo. The political objetive of the assassination was to break off Austria-Hungary's south Slav provinces so they could be convined into a Yugoslavia.
  • Germany declares war on Russia

    Russians camoe to defense of the Serbs so the Germans had to defend their Austrian Allies. Their strategy was the Schefffein Plan (awainst Russia) called for an initial attack against France, Russias ally.
  • The Battle of Lodz

    The Battle of Lodz was near the city of loads in Poland. It was between the German Ninth Army and the Russian First, Second and Fith Armies in apalling winter conditions.
  • Baddle of Judland

    The Baddle of Judland was between the British Gland Fleet and the German High Seas Fleets in the North Sea of the coast Denmark. Was the largest surface naval baddle of the metal ship era the only fleet action in WWI. It also played a key role in the demise of the reputation of battlecruiser.
  • Tenth Baddle of Isonzo begins

    It was an Italian offensive against Austria-Hungary. It ocurred at Socca Valley in Slovenia where thousands and thousands of people were killed.
  • Aleksander Fedorovich Kerensky

    Aleksander Fedorovich Kerensky appointed Prime Minister of Russia. He was a Russian social and political figure, a minister, later on the Chairing Minister of the Provisional Government. Was also author of memoirs, historic research and a compiler and editor of documentary works on the history of the Russian Republic.
  • Baddle of Cambrai

    Was a British campaign in WWI in the nord department and was a key supply point for the Germans Siegfried Stellum and the neardy Bourlon Ridge. Which also came along with a surprise attack by the British.
  • Jerusalem is captured

    Jerusalem is captures from the turks by the british. Turks surrender City after it is surrounded by the Besiegers, Holy places are safeguarded Allenbe to enter with French Italian and Moslem Missions and deliered after 673 years.
  • "Peace Without Victory."

    "I addressed an identical note to the governments of the nations now at war requesting them to state, more definitely than they had yet been stated by either group of belligerents, the terms upon which they would deem it possible to make peace," was what President Woodrown Wilson declared.
  • Germany signed an Armistice with the Allies

    It was signed in a railway carriage in Compiegne Forest, and was marked the end of fighting in the First World War on the Western Front.