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JEOPARDY

JEOPARDY

JEOPARDY. World War I. Categories. Alliances. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. War. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Tensions. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Geography. 100. 200. 3 00. 400. 50 0. End of the War. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Hodge Podge. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500.

By jerrod
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World War One

World War One

Alliance System. Life of Soldiers. Technology. Timeline. Path to War. Multiple Choice. Nationalism. Treaty of Versailles. World War One. Question Sheet. Alliance Systems. Bismarck – Chancellor of German Empire - Creation of a unified Germany

By denton
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The World Before 1914:

The World Before 1914:

The World Before 1914:. The Age of Empires. The Great Powers Before 1914. The great powers were: Germany (pre-1871 as Prussia) Great Britain France Russian Empire Austria-Hungary (pre-1867 as the Habsburg Empire) These great powers had peacefully co-existed for approximately 100 years

By keanu
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World War I

World War I

The Great War. World War I. World War I. Fought largely in Europe 1914-1918 Allies ( F rance, E ngland, A merica, R ussia) Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey ). 4 MAIN Causes.

By cian
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The Origins of World War One

The Origins of World War One

The Origins of World War One. Some key concepts \ ‘The lamps are going out all over Europe: we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime’. The key fault lines in History. Causes of conflict- why do wars happen? How do wars change societies- social, political and economic impact

By clovis
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World War I

World War I

World War I. Unit 8 Notes. World War I Pre-Test. Communism was one of the leading causes of World War I. The United States was eager to support the war. The Allies and Central Powers were the two opposing forces in the war. World War I was the first war to use planes in warfare.

By farrah
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MILITARISM WWI

MILITARISM WWI

MILITARISM WWI. How did technological improvements impact WWI?. Mobilization. Home by Christmas! No major war in 50 years! Nationalism!. It's a long way to Tipperary, It's a long way to go; It's a long way to Tipperary, To the sweetest girl I know!

By marisa
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WWI Begins!

WWI Begins!

WWI Begins!. A Shot Rings Throughout Europe. Heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire Archduke Franz Ferdinand Visiting Bosnia with his wife and was assassinated. . A Shot Rings Throughout Europe. June 28, 1914 Gavrilo Princip 19 years old Member of the Black Hand. The War Begins.

By boyce
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Unit 3

Unit 3

Unit 3. Canada External Forces and Domestic Realities. Towards the 20 th Century. The years that followed the Riel rebellion saw Canada begin to change a great deal. Canada saw waves of new settlers arrive and begin to change the west Canada also started to define their place in the world

By ronny
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WWI 1914-1918

WWI 1914-1918

WWI 1914-1918. Causes. (See the Dynamite Notes) M ilitarism A lliances I mperialism N ationalism. Beginning Alliances. Triple Alliance:. Central Powers. Germany Austria-Hungary Italy. Beginning Alliances. Triple Entente:. Britain France Russia. Allied Powers. Immediate Cause.

By bian
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The Great War 1914-1918

The Great War 1914-1918

"The War To End All Wars.". The Great War 1914-1918. World War I. 1914-1918 “The Great War” “The war to end all wars” 1 st global war New weapons technology poison gas, machine guns, airplanes, new artillery, trench warfare. 1. Nationalism.

By jalia
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Causes of World War 1

Causes of World War 1

Causes of World War 1. Nationalism Imperialism The Alliance System Militarism Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Nationalism. Is the belief that each ethnic group should have its own nation Nationalists also assert their own nations as superior to others.

By rod
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World War I & the Russian Revolution

World War I & the Russian Revolution

World War I & the Russian Revolution. Unit 16. The outbreak of World War I.

By kay
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Quick Write

Quick Write

Quick Write. Which of the MAIN causes do you think was the most to blame for causing the War? Why? Which was the least? Do you see any connection between the MAIN’s. For example, is militarism and imperialism connected? Try to see if you can identify some connection between them. .

By brygid
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World War I

World War I

World War I. The Great War?. The World on the Eve of WWI. In 1900, Europeans were enjoying greater peace and prosperity than ever before Despite minor conflicts, Europeans had not experienced a major war for almost a century But in some places of the world, forces for discontent were brewing

By ebony
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Midterm Review

Midterm Review

Midterm Review. Questions:. 1. Rockefeller sold: Oil 2. Carnegie sold: Steel 3. When workers stop working to get better pay etc it is called a: Strike 4. Workers form a group to fight for better rights and pay called: Labor Unions

By kasen
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WWI Review

WWI Review

WWI Review . Questions:. Name three Allied Powers U.S., Great Britain, France, Italy Name three Central Powers Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire When a country must pay for damages in the war it is called: Reparations Who was the U.S. president during WWI? Woodrow Wilson.

By maili
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1. Judeo Christian Perspective and democracy

1. Judeo Christian Perspective and democracy

1. Judeo Christian Perspective and democracy . Every person is born with worth and dignity because they were created by GOD Every person has the ability to choose between doing good and doing wrong Every person has the responsibility to help others in need and the community .

By arva
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World War I

World War I

World War I. Long Term Causes of WWI. M ilitarism Aggressive preparation for war (spending money on weapons and planning for war). A lliance System The alliances formed for security made war between all European countries more likely.

By deidra
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Key Question 1: Why was there increasing tension between the Great Powers, 1890-1914?

Key Question 1: Why was there increasing tension between the Great Powers, 1890-1914?

Key Question 1: Why was there increasing tension between the Great Powers, 1890-1914? Did the Alliance System make war more likely?. Alliance: . An association formed by countries or groups who wish to support each other.

By shada
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