World War I

  • 3 New Weapons

    3 New Weapons
    Mustard Gas, Machine Guns, and Airplanes, The mustard gas changed the way of fighting because you could just fumigate the areas with the enemy and can blind or kill the enemy. Airplanes changed the way of fighting because you could fight from above and surprise them.
  • 4 causes of WWI

    4 causes of WWI
    Causes of WWI videoImperalism - Extending economic and political control over weaker nations.
    Nationliam - Devotion to the interest and cultures of one nation.
    Militarism - Devolopment of armed forces and their use of tools of diplomacy.
    Alliance System - formal aggrement or union between nations.
  • Assassination of Franz Ferdinand

    Assassination of Franz Ferdinand
    Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by Gavrillo Princip because he simply wanted them to not let the war begin but the killing of the archduke was what sparked the outbreak of the war.
  • Allies vs Central Powers

    Allies vs Central Powers
    Allies - France, Russia, and Britain
    Central Powers - Germany, Austria, Hungary
  • Fighting Begins

    Fighting Begins
    It started in Austria, because Austria declared war in serbia.
  • Map

    Czechoslovakia, Poland, Yugoslavia, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Turkey. Austria and Hungary.
  • Final statics

    Final statics
    Around 35 Billion dollars, 37million deaths
  • Trench Warfare

    Trench Warfare
    The conditions were terrible, the rats in the trenchs would run all around the soilders feet and could carry disease and could pass the disease to the humans. The soilders could get trench foot from standing in water for so long and the only way to cure it is to change your socks severals times a day but yet it could still lead to amputation.
  • British Blockade

    British Blockade
    The purpose of them was like a protection zone it was like for mine areas, military areas, and danger zones. The affect of it was good the army could be there and knowbody could injure them or bomb them.
  • Lusitania

    Over a three day period the lusitania saw several ships. The lusitania was spotted a U20 and the first torpedo was fired. The sip took Eighteen minutes to sink. They say the german was to blame for the sinking of the ship.
  • Great Migration

    Great Migration
    it was immagrants traveling to the south, it was african americans, They had to move to find better places of land.
  • Election of 1916

    Election of 1916
    Woodrow Wilson won. because the public leaned more toward him becuase they tthought that he could be a good president, and they didn't like the treatment Hughs would give to the french and the british. Policies appealed to workeing men.
  • Zimmerman note

    Zimmerman note
    It was sent from a German official in Germany to a German official in Mexico asking him to join an alliance with the Germans, The German told Mexico they would help get the USA Back to Mexico.
  • CPI

    A federal agency established under President Woodrow Wilson, after U.S. entry into World War I. Leader was Woodrow Wilson. The CPI did not have explicit enforcement power, but it nevertheless enjoyed censorship power which was tantamount to direct legal force.
  • Espianoge and Sedition act

    Espianoge and Sedition act
    The Espionage Act dealt with a wide range of issues, from criminalizing various acts of espionage to protecting shipping. Mostly it was uncontroversial. The act is remembered, however, for those provisions that affected civil liberties. At the urging of Attorney General Gregory, Congress enacted the Sedition Act (40 Stat. 553), which amended the Espionage Act, on May 16, 1918. Most notably, it added a variety of prohibited acts to Title 1, section 3, including writing or uttering.
  • Womens Roles

    Womens Roles
    The Great War changed the role of women in the workplace forever, as more and more young men volunteered or were conscripted into the armed forces to fight in the war, women were called apon to fill their roles in the factories, mines and many other roles traditionally carried out by the men.
  • Americans join the Fight

    Americans join the Fight
    Sinking of the Lusitania, an British cruise/transport ship, bound for Britain from New York. The German U-boat ring sought to sink all supply ships headed for Britain in order to starve the island.
  • Selective Service Act

    Selective Service Act
    first act mandating American military service since the Civil War. In April 1917, before the act's passage, there were only 110,000 servicemen who could be deployed if America joined the war then raging in Europe. An army of this size would have been destroyed within months considering the brutal trench warfare employed during the Great War.
  • 14 Ponits

    14 Ponits
    In this January 8, 1918, speech on War Aims and Peace Terms, President Wilson set down 14 points as a blueprint for world peace that was to be used for peace negotiations after World War I. The details of the speech were based on reports generated by “The Inquiry,” a group of about 150 political and social scientists organized by Wilson’s adviser and long-time friend, Col. Edward M House.
  • Armistice

    Armistice day is presently known as Veteran's Day here in the United States. The day is typically celebrated on November 11th and is considered a federal and state holiday. In other parts of the world they call it Armistice or Remembrance day.
  • WIB

    are regional entities created to implement the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 in the United States. it is a work force for people who can't find a job, they are helped by people to find a job.
  • The Big 4

    The Big 4
    Woodrow Wilson of the U.S
    David Lloyd George of Britain
    Georges Clemenceau of France
    Vittorio Orlando of Italy
  • Schenck vs United States

    Schenck vs United States
    A major effort to promote national unity accompanied America's involvement (1917-1918) in World War I. As a part of this effort, Congress enacted a number of laws severely restricting 1st Amendment freedoms to curb antiwar dissent. In 1917, Congress passed the Espionage Act, which set stiff penalties for uttering and circulating “false” statements intended to interfere with the war effort.
  • Treaty of Versallies

    Treaty of Versallies
    The Treaty of Versailles was the peace settlement signed after World War One had ended in 1918 and in the shadow of the Russian Revolution and other events in Russia. The treaty was signed at the vast Versailles Palace near Paris - hence its title - between Germany and the Allies. The three most important politicians there were David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau and Woodrow Wilson.
  • League of Nations

    League of Nations
    Woodrow Wilsonís supreme goal in World War I was to broker an effective and lasting peace. He enumerated his war aims in his famous Fourteen Points speech, with the last point calling for the creation of a League of Nations.