World War 1

  • Prince Max Von Baden

    Prince Max Von Baden
    The chancellor of Germany during the finial months of the war. Prince Max Von Baden took Leardership after Kaiser Willhelm II lost control of the country. He played a major role in the warring parties agreeing to stop the fighting.
  • Prewar

    Prewar
    Francis Fedinand was assassinated at Sarajevo. This was one of the causes of World war 1. There ware however many causes of World War one. Fedinand's assassination being just one of them.
  • Important Person

    Important Person
    Gavrilo Princip, teenage serbian armistic. A militant who killed Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdiand on June 28, 1914. The death of Franz Ferdiand is considered to the opening shot of World War 1. Princip was sent to prison, he died pf tuberculosis in 1918.
  • Important People

    Important People
    Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria-este. Royal prince of Hungary and Bohemia.
  • Period: to

    Begining and End of World War One

  • Kaiser William

    Last German emperor, the offical tittle of the head state, king of Russia he dismissed the chancellor, Otto Von Bismarck, in 1890 and launched Germany on a " New Course" in foreign affiars that culminated in his support Austria-Hungary in the crisis of july 1914 that led to World War 1. He was also the cousin of Nicholas 11 of Russia.
  • Support for Austria

    Support for Austria
    Kaiser William II promised German support for Austria against Serbia. His support promised to Germany gave Germany a greater chance of wining a war. With the help of Germany, Austria had a stronger army against Serbia.
  • War is declared

    War is declared
    Austria declaed war on Serbia. With Gerrmany as an allie Austria had a stronger Army. They were prepaired for war against Serbia.
  • War Declared

    War Declared
    Germany declars war on Russia.In compliance with a wish expressed to him by His Majesty the Emperor of Russia, the German Emperor had undertaken, in concert with Great Britain, the part of mediator between the Cabinets of Vienna and St. Petersburg; but Russia, without waiting for any result, proceeded to a general mobilisation of her forces both on land and sea. The consequences of Russia's actions resulted in Germany declaring war on Russia.
  • War Declared

    War Declared
    Germany declared war on France and invaded Belgium. Germany had to implement the Schlieffen Plan. The schlieffen plan was crated to hlep Germany in the war.
  • War Declared

    War Declared
    Britain declared war on Germany. Germany did not withdraw from Belgium and Britain declared war on Germany. Germany had a stronger army than Britian.
  • Battle

    Battle
    Battle of the Marne started.The First Battle of the Marne was fought in September 1914. By September 12th, the end of the Battle of the Marne.
  • Battle

    Battle
    First Battle of Ypres. On 13th October troops of the French and British Armies arrived in Ypres, passing through the town to the east and taking up defensive positions to hold up the advance of the German Army.
  • Turkey entered the war

    Turkey entered the war
    Turkey entered the war on Germany’s side. Trench warfare started to dominate the Western Front.Trench warfare was created to have a better chance of survival and kill the enemy.
  • Zeppelin raid

    Zeppelin raid
    The first Zeppelin raid on Britain took place. on January 1915, Germany employed three zeppelins, the L.3, the L.4, and the L.6, in a two-day bombing mission against Britain. Two zeppelins succeeded in dropping their bombs on English towns.
  • John J. Pershing

    John J. Pershing
    The American general in command of all U.S. forces in Europe during the war. To the Allies’ consternation, Pershing strongly opposed the idea of sending American forces to fight on the front alongside regiments from Britain and France. Nevertheless, he did eventually reach a compromise, allowing limited numbers of U.S. soldiers to do exactly that.
  • War Declared

    War Declared
    Italy declared war on Germany and Austria. On 1915, Italy declares war on Austria-Hungary, entering World War I. They were on the side of the Allies Britain, France and Russia.
  • Germans Captured Warsaw

    Germans Captured Warsaw
    The Germans captured Warsaw from the Russians. The attack began on 13 July. By the end of the first week the Germans had reached the Narev.
  • Battle of Loos

    Battle of Loos
    Start of the Battle of Loos. The battle at Loos was part of Marshal Joffre's campaign in Artois that was designed to push back the Germans in a two-pronged offensive.
  • Conscription in Britian

    Conscription in Britian
    Conscription introduced in Britain. Conscription had been introduced in 1916 when more men were needed to fight in the trenches, but it was abandoned when the war ended.
  • Battle of Verdun

    Battle of Verdun
    Start of the Battle of Verdun. The Battle of Verdun in 1916 was the longest single battle of World War One. he Battle of Verdun started on February 21st 1916 and ended on December 16th in 1916.
  • Sir Charles Townshed

    Sir Charles Townshed
    British gerneral in command of the sixth indian divison. Townshed lead the British campaign in Mesopotama from 1915 to 1916 on April 29, 1916 he gave up all 10,000 of his me at Kut, Mesopotamia- the largest military surrender in Bristish histroy.
  • Battle

    Battle
    Battle of Jutland. The greatest naval battle of the First World War. Jutland had everything needed to be a great victory, but it was as greatas they had planed.
  • Brusilov Offensive

    Brusilov Offensive
    Start of the Brusilov Offensive. The Brusilov Offensive took place in 1916. The offensive started in June 1916 and ended in August of the same year. The Brusilov Offensive was a success.
  • Battle

    Battle
    Start of the Battle of the Somme. On Saturday, July 1, 1916, the opening day of the Battle of the Somme, the 1st Newfoundland Regiment was virtually annihilated at Beaumont Hamel.
  • End of Brusilov Offensive

    End of Brusilov Offensive
    End of Brusilov Offensive. The the Brusilov Offensiveened on Aug 10, 1916. They ened it well.
  • New British Prime Minister

    New British Prime Minister
    Lloyd George becomes British Prime Minister. On December 7,1916 Lloyd George became the British Prim Minister. He took his position in power.
  • German Submarine warfare

    German Submarine warfare
    Germany’s unrestricted submarine warfare campaign started. The use of submarine warfare was announced by Germany on January 9th, 1917
  • Nicholas II

    Nicholas II
    The Russian tsar who committed Russia to the defense of Serbia when Serbia was attacked by Austria. Nicholas II committed to this course only with hesitation and under great pressure from his military advisers. He abdicated in March 1917 after the “February” Revolution and was eventually murdered, along with his wife and children, by the Bolsheviks in July 1918.
  • War Declared

    War Declared
    USA declared war on Germany. On April 2, 1917, President Wilson appeared before a joint session of Congress and asked for a declaration of war against Germany
  • Woodrow Wilson

    Woodrow Wilson
    Woodrow Wilson, president of the United States for the whole World War 1. During the first half of the war he kept a neutral postion and trrued to serve as an intermediary between the two sides. But Wilson sone changed his mind when Germany began unrestricted submarine warfare and the American public was scandalized by the infamous Zimmermann telegramin 1917.
  • Third Battle at Ypres

    Third Battle at Ypres
    Start of the Third Battle at Ypres. This battle was like the two other Ypres battles. it ended in much of the same way. The offensive resulted in gains for the Allies but was by no means the breakthrough Haig intended, and such gains as were made came at great cost in human terms.
  • Battle of Caporetto

    Battle of Caporetto
    Battle of Caporetto. The Italian Army was heavily defeated.It didn't take long for for the Itilians to be defeted.
  • Treaty of Brest-Litovsk

    Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
    The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk was signed between Russia and Germany. This treated was a huge step for both countries. It alould them to have peace between the two countries.
  • Second Battle of the Marne

    Second Battle of the Marne
    Second Battle of the Marne started. The start of the collapse of the German army. This battle took power from Germany.
  • Peace

    Peace
    Turkey made peace. This was a big step in ended World war One.
    making peace was very important.
  • Abdicated

    Abdicated
    Kaiser William II abdicated. In 1918 Kaiser Wilhelm abdicated as German emperor.
  • Prince Max Von Baden,

    Prince Max Von Baden,
    Prince Max Von Baden, the chancellor of Germany during the final months of the war. He took leadership after Kaiser Wihelmll lost controll of the country. Max Von Baden played a major role in the warring parties agree to stop fighting.
  • The end of World war 1

    Germany signed an armistice with the Allies – the official date of the end of World War One.
  • Peace

    Peace
    Austria made peace. It was the last country to make Peace. This ended WW1.