world war 1 history

  • The assassiation of the Archduck

    The assassiation of the Archduck
    it was the frist ackt of war
  • the lunken sunk

    the lunken sunk
    A German U-Boat torpedoes the British passenger liner Lusitania off the Irish coast. It sinks in 18 minutes, drowning 1,201 persons, including 128 Americans. President Woodrow Wilson subsequently sends four diplomatic protests to Germany.
  • italeins enter the war

    italeins enter the war
    Italy enters the war on the side of the Allies by declaring war on Austria-Hungary. The Italians then launch offensives along the 400-mile common border between Austria and Italy. The better equipped Austrians take advantage of the mountainous terrain to establish strong defensive positions all along the border. The Italians then focus their attacks on the mountain passes at Trentino and the valley of the Isonzo River.
  • rusah vs german positaon

    Russia started an offensive against German positions in Vilna. Made limited territorial gains but suffered very heavy casualties.
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    battle of somme

    the Battle of the Somme is famous chiefly on account of the loss of 58,000 British troops (one third of them killed) on the first day of the battle,
  • David Lloyd George became British Prime Minister.

    David Lloyd George became British Prime Minister. The new War Cabinet organised Great Britain for ‘total war’.
  • Third Battle of Ypres

    they decided to attack on multiple fronts in 1917 with the goal of overwhelming the Central Powers. Though British Prime Minister
  • red beron

    World War I was a bloody war, fought in muddy trenches and overwhelmed with slaughter. Yet a few soldiers escaped this anonymous end - fighter pilots. They volunteered to fly when just going up in an airplane seemed heroic. However, most fighter pilots achieved only a few victories before they too were shot down.
  • trety of versalles

    trety of versalles
    The Treaty of Versailles was one of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. It ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. It was signed on 28 June 1919, exactly five years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Wikipedia