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World War I Unit Review. Category 1: Causes of World War I . Category 2: Outbreak of War. Category 3: New Tech. and Methods. Category 4: The War on All Fronts. Category 5: Major Battles . Category 6: The End of the War. Category 1: Causes of World War I .

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World War I

Unit Review

Category 1: Causes of World War I

Category 2: Outbreak of War

Category 3: New Tech. and Methods

Category 4: The War on All Fronts

Category 5: Major Battles

Category 6: The End of the War

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Category 1: Causes of World War I

1.) Four causes of WWI

2.) Two major alliances in Europe before WWI

3.) Governments used this practice to build their military’s to large sizes in the lead-up to WWI

4.) “Extreme pride in one’s country; striving towards independence and societal/military dominance throughout the world”

5.) This region was considered the “powder keg” of Europe

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Category 2: Outbreak of War

1.) Who are these two individuals? What role did they play in starting WWI?

2.) German military strategy created in 1905 with plans to fight a two front war if necessary

3.) How did Russia respond to Austria’s aggression towards Serbia?

4.) German Emperor & Russian Czar

5.) What country declared war against who to start WWI?

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Category 3: New Tech. and Methods

1.) The main culprit in creating a “war of attrition” on the Western Front

2.) These new and intimidating tools of war were introduced during WWI but proved to ineffective

3.) Three problems associated with trench warfare

4.) Explain the importance of the machine gun to fighting on the Western Front

5.) Five new technologies used during WWI

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Category 4: The War on All Fronts

1.) Two basic differences between Western and Eastern Fronts

2.) The first battles of WWI broke out on this continent

3.) German and British naval tactics during WWI

4.) Three reasons why WWI was a global war

5.) Germany/Great Britain fought for control of what three bodies of water during the war?

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Category 5: Major Battles

1.) This early battle halted Germany’s initial offensive along the Western Front in accordance with the Schlieffen Plan

2.) Disastrous failure for Allied troops as they sought to attack the Ottoman capital and forces in the Black Sea

3.) German offensive along the Western Front that sought to “bleed France white”

4.) Allied offensive along the Western Front that sought to relieve pressure from German attacks along the line

5.) The AEF’s primary offensive late in the war that was successful in pushing the Western Front towards Germany

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Category 6: The End of the War

1.) “A termination of hostilities as a prelude to peace negotiations”

2.) “Meeting of the Allied victors that aimed to end the war and deal with post-war Europe”

3.) “Formal treaty between the Allies and Germany that ended WWI”

4.) Three internal problems that Germany faced in 1918 that contributed to the end of the war

5.) Three provisions of the formal Treaty that angered Germany

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Category 7: Random WWI

1.) Why was WWI called The Poster War?

2.) The “Big Four”

3.) Woodrow Wilson’s plans for a peaceful end to WWI

4.) Four reasons why the U.S. eventually entered into WWI

5.) Series of Allied offensives along the Western Front in the Spring of 1918 that sought to push German military forces back into Germany (name)

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