World war one

  • how did the war start

    how did the war start
    Archduck Franz ferdinand of Austia hungary and his wife were shot and killed while visiting sarajeveo. At the time Bosnia Herzegovina at the time Bosnia was a part of austraia but serbia wanted to take over Bosnia. the assassin who killsed Archduck Franz ferdin and his wife belonged to serbia group. and austraia used the the assassinations as an excuse to invade serbia. when this happend russia honoured an agreement with serbia. while britain and france backed their all russia by august 4 1914
  • Battle of Ypres

    Battle of Ypres
    Canadians have to help the French and British troops.
    All the countries involved in this war was the French, British, Canadians and Germany.
    Germany used chlorine gas.
    Canadians win but there were 600 deaths.
  • Battle of the Somme

    Battle of the Somme
    The war was on the river of France.
    The plan was to launch a major attack near the Somme river of France. The countries involved in the war were Britain, Canada and Germany. There were 80,000 Canadian soldiers fought a lot of casualties. The change tactics 624000 allied soldiers died in the battle.
  • Battle of Vimy Ridge

    Battle of Vimy Ridge
    The war was about to capture the Vimy ridge. The countries in this war were Canadians, french, British verses Germany.
    A important man in this war was Arthur Currie he trained the new strategy called barrage. The winner of this war was Canada and Canada won the war it is imported because it gave new hope to allies.
  • The Treaty of Versailles

    The Treaty of Versailles
    The treaty of Versaillese was the peace agreement between the allies and Germany. It required Germany to take the blame for starting the war and imposed harsh conditions. Germany was aloud a small army and was not aloud to build a navy or air force. Germany also lost all its overseas colonies. Germany wads to pay for repairing war damages in Britain, France, Russia and other countries. Germans were humiliated by the treaty.