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1/22. Identify and analyze the impacts of World War I on citizens and soldiers. Bellringer: Mini quiz: Take out a sheet of paper and write your name, date and period at the top. WWI Mini-Quiz: No talking. List the Central Powers. List the Allied Powers. List 3 causes of WWI.

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  • Identify and analyze the impacts of World War I on citizens and soldiers.
  • Bellringer:
    • Mini quiz: Take out a sheet of paper and write your name, date and period at the top.
wwi mini quiz no talking
WWI Mini-Quiz: No talking
  • List the Central Powers.
  • List the Allied Powers.
  • List 3 causes of WWI.
  • Whose assassination sparked the beginning of the war?
  • List 2 reasons that US joined the war.
  • Name one prominent American of WWI.
  • Draw a diagram of trench warfare with as much detail as possible.
wilson s 14 points
Wilson’s “14 Points”
  • Issued in Jan. 1918
  • List of terms that Central Powers would have to meet to be able to end the war
  • Some of his points included:
    • Freedom of Seas
    • Free Trade
    • Large scale reduction of arms
    • No more secret treaties
the war ends
The war ends
  • 1917 – Russia surrenders (a separate peace)
    • Experiencing their own revolution at home
    • Bolshevik Revolution
      • Communist Takeover
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The War Ends
  • Armistice
    • An agreement to end fighting
      • (Germany requested it- surrendered to the Allies)
    • Nov. 11, 1918
      • The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month…
      • Now known as Veteran’s Day!!
paris peace conference
Paris Peace Conference
  • Allied leaders met in Paris to determine the fate of Europe after the war
  • The “Big Three”
    • U.S. = President Woodrow Wilson
    • Great Britain= Prime Minister David Lloyd George
    • France= Georges Clemenceau
  • Central Powers not allowed to take place in negotiations
treaty of versailles
Treaty of Versailles
  • June 1919
  • Agreement made between Allied powers and new German government
  • Official end to the war, and punishment for Germany’s actions
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Treaty of Versailles
  • Terms of the Treaty:
    • Forced Germany to take full blame for war
    • Germany must pay reparations
      • cover cost of war’s destruction and pension money for wounded Allied soldiers
      • Total= $30 billion ($2.7 trillion today)
    • Weakened Germany by limiting the size of its armed forces
  • The Germans were forced to sign the treaty, but this caused resentment and bad feelings for years to come…
psychological impact
Psychological impact
  • “Never such innocence again”
  • First large scale war that involved countries all over the world
  • Soldiers experienced the horrors of a new type of warfare, were never the same
social impact
Social Impact
  • Men lost limbs and were mutilated
  • Birthrate fell tremendously
  • Invalids unable to work
  • Ethnic hostility
  • Influenza epidemic
    • 20 million people died
economic impact
Economic Impact

BEFORE

  • Across Europe homes, factories, roads, churches, etc were destroyed
  • Cost of war for each country:
    • GB= $55 billion
    • France= $45 billion
    • U.S.= $33 billion
    • Germany= $60 billion
    • A-H= $25 billion
    • Russia= $25 billion
    • TOTAL=

approx $250 billion

AFTER

death toll of war
Death Toll of War

Total Casualties = approximately 35-40 million**

** An estimated 6-13 million of these people were innocent civilians from both sides

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1/22 Exit Ticket
  • Of all of the effects of World War I, which one had the greatest impact on the US?
  • Answer in at least 3 complete sentences.