World War 1 Review

  • Propaganda

    Propaganda
    Propaganda is "advertising" to go into the war. They said that if you didn't go into war you were you would be considered a coward. During World War 1 there were posted pasted all around trying to persuade people to join the war, and if you didn't you were considered a coward. Propaganda traces all the way back to 1622. This was used to influence public opinion.
  • Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg

    Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg
    ( 1 March 1863 - 28 June 1914) A Czech aritocrat from the then- Kingdom of Bohemia, the morganatic wife of Archduke Franz Ferinand of Austria. Sophievand Franz got assassinated on the 28 of June in 1914.
  • Otto Van Bismarck

    Otto Van Bismarck
    Prince of Bismarck. Became the Prussian Prime MInister in 1871. (spefic date not verified) Bismarck helped form the Triple Alliance. He was later dismissed.
  • The Triple Alliance

    The Triple Alliance
    The Triple Alliance included Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. It was formed by Bismark to isolate France.
  • The leader of Germany

    The leader of Germany
    The leader of Germany who dismissed Bismarck, took complete control of the country, challenged Britain's navy but tried to convince Russia and Austria-Hungary not to go to war was Kaiser Wilhelm 2. (Couldn't find exact date of becoming emperor)
  • Gavrilo Princip is from....

    Gavrilo Princip is from....
    Gavrilo Princip is from Austria. He was born July 25th 1894.
  • The first cause of World War 1

    The first cause of World War 1
    One cause of World War 1 was that Euopean countries had many alliances which helped them maintain power, later on other countries were building their own military forces, arms, and battle ships. They were hoping to regain lost territories and build empires. (Date unknown, somewhere in the 1900's)
  • The third cause of World War 1

    The third cause of World War 1
    The third cause of World War 1 was The Moroccan Crisis which is when Germany protested against the French having power over Morocco.
  • The Schlieffen Plan

    The Schlieffen Plan
    The Schlieffen Plan was Germanys plan for invading France. Alfred Von Schlieffen created this plan, they were going to march through Belgium which would knock France out of the war. They wanted to defeat France as quickly as possible, it was developed in 1905.
  • Triple Entente

    Triple Entente
    The Triple Entente included Germany, Austira-Hungary, and Italy. It was formed to isolate France.
  • The second cause of World War 1

    The second cause of World War 1
    The second cause of World War 1 was The Bosnian Crisis which was when Serbia rebeled against Austria-Hungary because they had tooken over the former Turkish province of Bosnian in 1909.
  • The Austrian annexation of Bosnia in 1908 threatened the nationalist aspirations of Russia.

    The Austrian annexation of Bosnia in 1908 threatened the nationalist aspirations of Russia.
    The Austrian annexation of Bosnia in 1908 threatened the nationalist aspirations of Russia.
  • Chemical Warfare

    Chemical Warfare
    Used to injure and kill entrenched defenders. It wasnt very effective in cold or windy weather. (there is not a SPECIFIC date)
  • World War 1 began.

    World War 1 began.
  • The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his pregnant wife Sophie.

    The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his pregnant wife Sophie.
    Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his pregnant wife Sophie were assassinated on July 28th 1914 triggering World War 1. They were shot dead in Sarajevo by Gavrilo Princip who was part of the Serbian terrorist group, called The Black Hand lead by Danilo Llic.
  • Militarism in World War 1

    Militarism in World War 1
    Militarism is the aggressive reparation for war by building up one's army.
  • The Powder Keg of Europe

    The Powder Keg of Europe
    When the Powder Keg exploded it started World War 1.
  • Declared War

    Declared War
    The nation to declare war on another was Austria-Hungary. In this conflict it baecame World War 1
  • Central Powers

    Central Powers
    The Central powers were the US, France, Great Brtiain, Russia, Italy, Balkans, and Portugal. (there is not a specific date theres plenty of dates)
  • Woodrow Wilson

    Woodrow Wilson
    Woodriw Wilson was the President of the US at the time of World War 1.
  • The Western Front

    The Western Front
    The Western Front was what the Germans called a series of trenches that were 700 kilometres that traveled from the Belgian coast to the Swiss border.
  • 1st Battle of Marne

    1st Battle of Marne
    The battle ended the month long German offensive, with french field armies and one British army along the Marne river forced the German Army abandoned the push on Paris and retreat northeast. This lead to trench warfare.
  • Axis Powers

    Axis Powers
    The axis powers were Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria, and Germany. (theres no specified date)
  • The Trench Warfare

    The Trench Warfare
    The Trench Warfare was a form of fighting in which enemies engage each other on the battlefield in trenches that they have dug; characterized the western front.
  • The U-boat

    The U-boat
    Submarines were used to attack other ships. In World War 1 in the German Navy the depended on their U-boats to sink the British because the Germans were outgunned by them. This "unrestricted submarine warfare" was why the U.S entered the war.
  • Italy joined the Allies

    Italy joined the Allies
    Italy joined the Allies on April 26th 1915. They joined after they signed the Treaty of London which Britian- who was part of the Triple Entente promised Italy territory in the Adriatic Sea region.
  • Treaty of London

    Treaty of London
    Country's neutrality was violated by Germany , Bringing Great Britain into the war.
  • Sinking of The Lusitania

    Sinking of The Lusitania
    British cruie liner that was sunk thus bringing the US into World War 1. Sunk by the German.
  • U-Boat

    U-Boat
    The 'U-Boat" is a germine submarine. This submarine sunk the British Cruise liner that brought the US into the war. (date not found on when specfically made)
  • Neutrals

    Neutrals
    Spain and Switzerland are neutral countries. It was a great asset to other allied countries.
  • Eastern Front

    Eastern Front
    Located along germany's border with Russia.
  • "Norman's Lord"

    "Norman's Lord"
    "Norman's Lord" is the area im between the opposing trenches. (doesnt specify a date)
  • Total War

    Total War
    The type of war where nations involved in it devote their resources and everybody gets involved into the effort. mostly known in the middle of world war 1 - the exact date is not specified.
  • Mexico

    Mexico
    Mexico was promised US land if they had entered the war on the side of Germany .
  • The Zimmermann Telegram

    The Zimmermann Telegram
    The Zimmermann Telegram was a coded letter sent from the German foreign minister to Mexico urging them to join foreces with the Central Powers in return for land acquired by the US
  • Germany returned to its Policy of unrestricted submarine warfare

    Germany returned to its Policy of unrestricted submarine warfare
    Germany returned to its Policy of unrestricted submarine warfare because they were desperate for an advantage over the Allies.
  • US join the war

    US join the war
    They joined the war because of the sinking of the submarines.(submarine warfare) After this and the Zimmermann telegram, wilson called war on germany,which US congress declared.
  • Russia leaves the war?

    Russia leaves the war?
    Russia left the war. They did this because they were on the verge of a collapse. (date not verified)
  • Peace

    Peace
    Peace. This was Wilson's plan for a postwar world. Fourteen points. Seld Determination. Date was in early January 1918, not a specfic date.
  • Rationing

    Rationing
    Rationing was introduced in response to the U-boat campaigns. Rationing was the limiting of goods that people can buy.- often imposed by government during wartime when goods are in short supply.
  • Treaty of Brest-Litovsk

    This treaty ened war between Russia and Germany. The treaty was signed in March,1918. It was a seperate peace treaty.
  • The Armistice

    The Armistice
    The Armistice was signed at 11:00am on November 11th, 1918 in Paris, It ended World War 1.
  • Treaty_of_Versailles

    Treaty_of_Versailles
    The Treaty of Versailles contained the war guilt clause blaming Germany for starting the war.
  • League of Nations

    League of Nations
    Intergovernmental orginization founded as a result of Peace Paris Conference that ended the first world war. Intergovernment organization that wanted to maintain world peace. Woodrow Wilson proposed the League of Nations.