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THE GREAT WAR: time line.

  • Franz Ferdinand (part 2)

    Franz Ferdinand (part 2)
    were lined up along his route. The first two terrorists were unable to throw their grenades because the streets were too crowded and the car was travelling quite fast. The third terrorist threw a grenade which exploded under the car following Franz. Although the Archduke and his wife were unhurt, some of his attendants were injured and had to be taken to hospital. After lunch Franz went to go to the hospital and on the way the driver took a wrong turn. It was coincidence that another assasin was
  • Franz Ferdinand (part 4)

    Franz Ferdinand (part 4)
    without an heir. The weaknesses of this was that it started a world war. So we can clearly see that this assasination was not a good idea.
  • The DEATH of Franz Ferdinand (part 1)

    The DEATH of Franz Ferdinand (part 1)
    Franz Ferdinand decided to visit Sarajevo, to make an inspection of the Austro-Hungarian troops there. The inspection was going to happen on the 28th June 1914. It was planned that Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie would be met at the station and taken by car to the City Hall where they would have lunch before going to inspect the troops. A Serbian terrorist group, called The Black Hand, decided to assanate Franz on his visit.Seven young men who had been trained in bomb throwing, marksman
  • Franz ferdinand (part 3)

    Franz ferdinand (part 3)
    was on that road and shot hima and his wife. This is what started world war 1. People affected: Franz and his wife were clearly affected as they were killed. It left Hungaria temporarely without a heir. The most the world as it started world war 1!!!!! Long term affects of this were: STARTING A WAR, STARTING A WAR,STARTING A WAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The strengths of this event was that the black hand gang got, Austria-Hungarian Empire out of Bosnia Herzegovina. They left the hungarian empire
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    world war one

  • Women's part in world war 1 (part 1)

    Women's part in world war 1 (part 1)
    On the second day the war had started england relized that they couldn't send all the men out into war, as there would be knowone to do the mens jobs. So they said that women were allowed to do mens jobs. Half a million became clerical workers in private offices. Women worked as conductors on trams and buses. A quarter of a million worked on the land. The greatest increase of women workers was in engineering. Over 700,000 of these women worked in the highly dangerous munitions industry.
  • women (part 3)

    women (part 3)
    then they would oof been left with relitives or childrens shelters. So clearly the kids had it hard in ww1. Short term effects are that lack of home stability. Elderly would be not as well supported. long term. There would be more men to help fight. Women would learn a new trade. Children may may loose both parents. Less shops open.
  • Women (part 2)

    Women (part 2)
    Industries that had previously excluded women now welcomed them. There was a particular demand for women to do heavy work such as unloading coal, stoking furnaces and building ships. So we can see the crucial part women played in world war one. However this made a huge impact on alot of people, mainly their children. As the women worked to help the war the effort the kids would either be evacuated to the country where, nourmaly they were treated unfairly. If they weren't evacuated then they
  • The battle of Artois (part 1)

    The battle of Artois (part 1)
    A French Commander, Joseph Joffre, decided to try and break through German lines on the Western Front at Artois. While ther germans were bussy fighting another battle. Set of on the 3rd May 1915. They were making good progress but were unable to make it through. However, this didn't stop them from trying again. On the 25th of september they launched another attack.This time they were able to reach and pass on to german soil, but!!! Count Prince Rupprecht and the Germans 6th regement spotted the
  • battle of Artois (part 2)

    battle of Artois (part 2)
    french and stamped the french and english out. The etempted mission cost the British Expeditionary Force 50,000 casualties. The French lost 48,000 and the Germans about 24,000. So as you can see it was a waist of time. However if the french and the british would of succeded then alot to do with the war would of changed
    1. If the english would of not been spotted they would of had a route into germany without being spotted: this would of ment that england and france could of started an
  • Artois (part 3)

    Artois (part 3)
    invasion early. Many historians say that this could of helped them win the war early!!
    Who and what was affected:
    1. There wasn't really any place that was affected as it was all emty vallys with no town or citys near by
    2. The main people that were affected by this were the soldier (of france and england). This was because they new that if they wouldn't of got spotted they could of fiished the war quicker. So they would of fealed that they have let there country's down.
  • Artois (part 4)

    Artois (part 4)
    Strengths and weaknesses:
    The strengthe of this attack were that if they would of suceeded they may have helped win the war quicker.
    Weaknesses were that they lost alot of men. All over nothing. This would of ment less troops and more recruitments meaning that more men had to leave famillys.
    The long term; affects were that alot of men and resourses were wasted/the germans would of bee more vigulant after that attack so the english and the french would not of been able to try any more
  • artois (part 5)

    artois (part 5)
    attacks like this.
    Short term;
  • BRING IN THE TANKS (part 1)

    BRING IN THE TANKS (part 1)
    TANKS!! Without these machienes of destruction England would of struguled to win the war. The designers of the tank were William Tritton and Major Walter Gordon Wilson. Tanks were made mainly as a solution to the stalemate which trench warfare had brought to the western front. The first prototype of the Mark I tank was tested for the British Army on September 8th 1915. Effects: The main effect of the tanks being made on the people , was that there was a greater need for engineers.
  • TANKS (part 2)

    TANKS (part 2)
    This ment that more people had to leave there familys. The places that were impacted were obviously british targets. There was ten times the amount of destruction and deah done to targets when there were tanks. Short term affects of tanks being made were that it made it easier to win battles with tanks, mainly in trenches. It resolved the stalemate. Long term affects of tanks: were that it helped england win the war. There was a great sense of hope when the tanks were introduced to war
  • TANKS (part 3)

    TANKS (part 3)
    as they knew that they had a better chance to win the war. The strenghts of using tanks are clear: that they helpedd win battles. Able to move across tarian without being shot. However there are some weaknesses of using tanks. To produce tanks were very expensive, this ment that it was a big loss if a tank was destroyed or captured.
  • The battle of the somme. (part 1)

    The battle of the somme. (part 1)
    It took place during the First World War between 1 July and 18 November 1916 in the Somme department of France. The battle consisted of an offensive by the British and French armies against the German Army, which at that time occupied large areas of that country. The Battle of the Somme was one of the largest battles of the First World War, by the time fighting had petered out, there were around 1 million casualties, making it one of the bloodiest military operations ever recorded.
  • The somme (part 2)

    The somme (part 2)
    This battle had a huge event on many people. But the people effected the most were the familys. As more than a million people were killed millions of family members would of been devistated over the death of there loved ones. Also though the armys would of been very short of men after this meaning even more men would of had to gone to war, thats if there not already fighting, and by that time, almost everyone was. The long term events of the battle were that Germans Army withdrew 40 miles.