World war 1 by stud z

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  • causes of world war 1

    causes of world war 1
    Militarism- development of armed foces to make your miliatary better.
    Alliance system-formal greeting or alliance between nations.
    Imperalism-extending your nation by using political,economic and culeral superity.
    Nationalism-devotion or intrest in one's country.
  • trench warfare

    trench warfare
    trench war farethe conditons of trench warfare were terrible. life in the trenches were boring and unpredicatable and extremly dangerous. the temperature was always a problem and there is very little food.
  • Franz Ferdinand

    Franz Ferdinand
    a terrorist named gavrilo Princip. the reason he killed him to break off austria hungry and join with greater serbia or sugulavia.
  • map

    german empire austria hungary empireThe countries involved in ww1
    Unites States of America and many other countries two.
  • statictics of ww1

    statictics of ww1
    video for statictics8 million men were killed in battle.
    over 65 thousand enlisted
    2 million died of illness and disease.
    21.2 million were wounded.
    7.8 million were taken prisoner or went missing in action.
    6.6 million civilians were killed. the United States spent over: 22,625,253,000
  • fighting begins

    the fighting begins with the assasination of the arch duke Franz Fredidnand.
  • wepons

    mustard gas-so you can gas the enemy
    gas mask-so you can't get gased
    tanks big armor and artliry.
  • Big four

    Big four
    video of the big 4The Big 4 were the VICTORS of WWI: France, United Kingdom, U.S.A, and Italy.
    Woodrow Wilson (US)
    Georges Clemenceau (France)
    David Lloyd George (UK)
    Vittorio Emanuele Orlando (Italy)
  • allies vs centeral powers

    two sides of the warcentral powers included austria hungry empire, German, Ottomon empire, kingdom of bulgaria. Allies united kingdom, Russia, France.
  • womens roles in ww1

    womens roles in ww1
    nurses, munitions factory workers, sewing bandages, selling war bonds, shipyards and spies. women fought behind the mens in the front line.
  • britain blockade

    britain blockade
    British Blockade
    Stop all ships carrying “war supplies” to Germany
    750,000 Germans starve
    Germans respond -U boats
  • lusitania

    lusitaniaabout 800 people were saved before it sank and about a 1000 people died. Germany shot at the ship and they sayed they wern't going to attack the United states
  • the great migration

    the great migration
    video for great migrationBetween 300,000 and 1,000,000 African-Americans moved north during this period, largely in response to an increased number of unskilled factory job openings as northern manufacturers boosted production for World War I
  • election of 1916

    election of 1916
    n,jjjkelectio 1916>Woodrow Wilson won because he had the most electoral and popular votes.
  • Selective Service

    Selective Service
    service 24 million signed up
    3 million drafted

  • league of nations

    league of nations
    video of the league of nationsa result of paris peace confrence that ended the war. it main goal was to prevent the war from happening in the first place ,but that didn't happen.
  • Zimmermann note

    Zimmermann note
    Zimmermann Note
    -Germans declare war on US
    -want Mexico and Japan to join themselves
    -Mexico will acquire land in America
  • America joins the war

    America joins the war
    Germany attaks american U-boats they sayed they didn't mean to. And then they did it again and we declared war.
  • womens roles

    womens roles
    women videowomen replaced men jobs by working in factories hospitals and other medical reasons. Also some women fought in the war behind the front line of the men.
  • CPI community public information

    CPI community public information
    CIPThe Committee on Public Information, also known as the CPI or the Creel Committee, was an independent agency of the government of the United States created to influence U.S. public opinion regarding American participation in World War1. support against foreign attempts to undercut America's war aims. creel was a congress man who supported CIP
  • schenck v united states

    schenck v united states
    videoIt concluded that a defendant did not have a First Amendment right to freedom of speech against the draft during World War 1.
  • WIB war industries board

    WIB war industries board
    The War Industries Board (WIB) was a United States government agency. to coordinate the purchase of war supplies. The organization encouraged companies to use mass-production techniques to increase efficiency and urged them to eliminate waste by standardizing production. Al M. Boolock
    Cheyenne T. Wade
    General Palmer E. Pierc. these are a few of the leaders/members
  • 14pts

    video for 14ptsstates the free right to say what ever we want until you go to far. it is the address intended to assure the country that the Great War was being fought for a moral cause and for postwar peace in Europe
  • epsionage and seditons acts

    <a href='' >video</ epsionage acts -It originally prohibited any attempt to interfere with military operations it pretty much started the free speech thing. seditions acts-to cover a broader range of offenses, notably speech and the expression of opinion that cast the government or the war effort in a negative light or interfered with the sale of government bonds.
  • armistice

    is a situation in a war where the waring parties agree to stop fighting.
  • tready of versailles

    tready of versailles
    video of treadywas one of the peace tready that ends ww1. it ended the state of war between germany and allied powers. germany the cons. pros are italy u.s. france japan.