Timeline with Attitude of World War One

Timeline created by AgsanaaT
In History
  • Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand

    Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
    Archduke Franz Fernanind and his wife Sofie were assassinated on June 28, 1914. He was the spark that led to World War 1.
    Political change
  • Gavrilo Princip

    Gavrilo Princip
    He was a member of the Black Hand Group. He assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife. He was casually sitting around, while the Archduke came past him. He shot Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, and killed them almost instantly.
    Political Change
  • Canada joins Britain

    Canada joins Britain
    Canada joined Britain enter war. If Britain enters war, Canada must also enter war, because Britain controlled Canada at that time. Many soldiers traveled to Britain. The amount of soldiers were close to
    30 000.
    Economic Change
  • Battle of Ypres

    Battle of Ypres
    This was the battle that first tried using "Poison Gas". This was the first major battle fought by Canadian troops. The British Army was also highly experienced and trained. This battle took place in Ypres, Belgium.
    Social change
  • Women's voting Privileges

    Women's voting Privileges
    Nellie McClung went to the Alberta Legislation, and she demanded that women should be given the right to vote. This right was granted 2 months later.
    Social Change
  • Battle of Somme

    Battle of Somme
    This was a battle in which many Canadians died in.Here, the tactic, Creeping Barrage was first used. This was one of the most destructive conflicts.
    Social Change
  • Vimy Ridge Battle

    Vimy Ridge Battle
    Canada won the Vimy Ridge Battle. This battle ended on April 12, 1917. This was Canada's most celebrated military victory. This battle took place in France. More than 10 600 Canadians were killed and wounded. 11 285 Canadians were killed and did not have a grave.
    Social Change
  • Battle of Passchendaele

    Battle of Passchendaele
    This was a battle that Canadians captured the ridge, and because of the shelling and heavy rain, this battlefield turned into a muddy swamp.
    Social Change and Economic
  • Halifax Explosion

    Halifax Explosion
    This was when two ships collided, and one of the ships were loaded with explosives. This was one of the largest explosions. Nearly 2 000 people died, 9 000 were injured permanently or blinded, and nearly 25 000 people were left without proper shelter.
    Political, Economic change
  • The end of war

    The end of war
    This was when World War 1 ended. It ended at the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day, of the eleventh month in 1918. The peace treaty was also signed.
    Social Change