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WWI AssessmentName:_______________. List the Central Powers and the Allies List the long term and short term causes of WWI Describe the Schliefflen plan- goals, outcomes, . World War I was a “total war” Fully explain total war Outline the results of the Treaty of Versailles.

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List the central powers and the allies list the long term and short term causes of wwi

WWI AssessmentName:_______________

List the Central Powers and the Allies

  • List the long term and short term causes of WWI

  • Describe the Schliefflen plan- goals, outcomes,


  • List the central powers and the allies list the long term and short term causes of wwi

    • World War I was a “total war”

    • Fully explain total war

    • Outline the results of the Treaty of Versailles

    What is the map above showing?

    What were some decisions that the Germans made that the World War


    List the central powers and the allies list the long term and short term causes of wwi

    • New weapons of WWI

  • What/where/why -Powder Keg of Europe

  • Outline from beginning to the end the Russian involvement in the war

  • "Why four great powers should fight over Serbia no fellow can understand.“

  • John Burns, working class member of Britain's Liberal government, July 27, 1914

  • Mr. Burns was most likely referring to which long term cause of World War One?


  • List the central powers and the allies list the long term and short term causes of wwi

    "This is not peace. It is an armistice for 20 years."- French Marshall Ferdinand Foch, Supreme Allied Commander during World War I

    Mr. Foch most likely said this. . .

    Reasons why America became involved in the war


    List the central powers and the allies list the long term and short term causes of wwi

    Outline the events in the Balkans and how they lead to WWI


    List the central powers and the allies list the long term and short term causes of wwi

    Understand the advantages and disadvantages of both alliances


    List the central powers and the allies list the long term and short term causes of wwi

    Timeline- with these key events


    List the central powers and the allies list the long term and short term causes of wwi

    Europe 1914

    Europe 1922

    Nations created

    Empires broken up


    List the central powers and the allies list the long term and short term causes of wwi

    60%

    50%

    45%

    50%

    40%

    38%

    40%

    30%

    23%

    20%

    10%

    6%

    0%

    USA

    France

    Russia

    Germany

    Austria-Hungary

    Great Britain

    Understand this graph and bring your calculators

    Forces Mobilized of Major powers

    Germany11,000,000

    France 7,500,000

    Russia12,000,000

    Great Britain 5,397,000

    Austria- Hungary 6,500,000

    United States 4,272,500


    List the central powers and the allies list the long term and short term causes of wwi

    An Irish Airman Foresees His Death

    I know that I shall meet my fateSomewhere among the clouds above:Those that I fight I do not hate,Those that I guard I do not love:My country is Kiltartan Cross,My countrymen Kiltartan's poor,No likely end could bring them lossOr leave them happier than before.Nor law, nor duty bade me fight,Nor public men, nor cheering crowds,A lonely impulse of delightDrove to this tumult in the clouds;I balanced all, brought all to mind,The years to come seemed waste of breath,A waste of breath the years behindIn balance with this life, this death.

    • Analyze this poem- who what where when why


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