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World War 1

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Transcript of World War 1

of Archduke FERDINAND
Road to WWI
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Mutual
IMPERIALISM
Militarism
Nationalism
Defense
Alliances
DEFINITION
the process whereby the dominant political and economic interests of one nation confiscate for their own enrichment the land, labor, raw materials, and markets of another people
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Capitalist Economies
State Militaries
-the aggressive preparation for war-
draft
THE
most all countries (except for US/Britain) had a military draft
most armies doubled between 1890 & 1914
firepower increased
leaders came up with complex plans to mobilize troops and their supplies
heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne
visiting Sarajevo, Bosnia in June 28, 1914
Black Hand - Gavrilo Princip was 19 years old
they wanted Bosnia to be free of Austria-Hungary to become part of a large Serbian kingdom
Princip fatally shot Ferdinand and his wife
Europe was plunged into an immediate crisis, but many diplomats believed that tensions would subside as they had so many times in recent years.

Instead, international restraints failed, the crisis deepened and Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on July 28th.

That single war declaration touched off a series of similar actions by treaty-bound nations, bringing all of Europe into the conflict within a matter of days.
As the alliances kicked into gear and nation after nation declared war, the following military lineup emerged:

* Allied Powers: Britain, France and Russia (all rivals in earlier times) made common cause against Germany; Italy switched sides in 1915 and join the Allied nations; Romania joined in 1916 and Greece in 1917.
RESULTS
Austria - Hungary
responds
A/H wanted to attack but feared the
asked to be their ally
Emperor William II gave them the "blank check"
On July 28th, 1914 A/H declared war on
RUSSIANS
GERMANY
SERBIA
RUSSIAN
response
July 29th the Czar Nicholas II ordered full mobilization & Germany considered this an act of war
conflict
broadens
Aug
1st
German govt told Russia to stop mobilization
Russia ignored their orders and Germany declared war
GERMANY: Schlieffen Plan
Aug
3rd
4th
Aug
Germany had a plan:
TWO FRONT WAR with
France/Russia
RUSSIA: a small force would be sent to occupy the Russian while the majority went to France
FRANCE: a rapid invasion was planned against the French
Germany declared war on France
Great Britain declared war on Germany
by the end of this day all the great powers of Europe were at war
allied
central powers
- BRITAIN
- FRANCE
- RUSSIA
- GERMANY
- AUSTRIA-HUNGARY
-OTTOMAN EMPIRE
Assumptions
Russia would take at least 6 weeks to mobilize.
France would be easily defeated in 6 weeks.
Belgium would not resist any German attack.
Britain would remain neutral.
Reality
1. Belgium army held up German's with British help
2. Russia moblized in 10 days
3. Germans forced to reallocate troops to Russian front
W
ORLD
AR
1
begins
E
ARLY
I
LLUSIONS
1. Diplomats could easily prevent war
2. use of PROPAGANDA (ideas spread to influence public opinion for/against the cause)
3. Government officials believed the war would be over in weeks or be they would be home by Christmas
W
ESTERN
F
RONT
Germany v. France/Britain
Battle of Marne
Germans came within 30 miles of Paris
the French had to send in 6,000 troops via
taxicabs from Paris
with the fresh troops the French were able
stop the German advancement
the Western Front turns into a stalemate
Trench Warfare
both sides dug ditches for shelter
they were protected with barbed wire
trenches reached from the English Channel into Switzerland
both sides would virtually stay in the same positions for 4 years
E
ASTERN
F
RONT
stalemate
mobility
marked by mobility
Russians moved quickly on the the Germans
Italians switch sides & attacked the Austrians in 1915
Germany/Austria joined forces pushing them back into their own territory
2.5 million Russians were killed
T
ECHNOLOGY
OF
WWI
trenches
WEAPONS
THE AIR
barbed wired, shell holes, mud, injured & dying men
3 MAIN PHASES
1) Artillery: bombard the enemy with a consistent barrage
of shells trying to kill as many as possible
2) Machine Guns: kill as many soldiers in "no man's land"
3) Charging: throw a grenade in the opposing trench then
charge
(war based on wearing the other side down by constant attacks & heavy losses)
1915 is the first time airplanes are seen on the battlefield
fighting for control of the skies
- used pistols - machine guns
GERMANS
zeppelins: gaint airships used to bomb London/England
could fly at high altitudes that fighter planes could not reach
RED BARON
credited with over 80 victories
MACHINE GUN
needed 3-6 men to work on flat surface
fire power of 100 guns
bolt action rifle
15 rounds per min.
shoot from about 1,400 meters
Germans first to use gas in 1915
chlorine gas = burning in throat
PROBLEMS: weather & wind
MUSTARD
fired into trenches
took 12 hours to take effect
SIDE EFFECTS: blistering skin, vomiting, sore eyes
death could take up to 5 weeks
TANKS
first time in use on Western Front
first tank called "little willie" (crew of 3)
by the end of the war more modern tanks were developed
WORLD WAR
b/c of stalemate on the Western Front each side looked for new allies
Isolationism refers to America's longstanding reluctance to become involved in European alliances and wars. Isolationists held the view that America's perspective on the world was different from that of European societies and that America could advance the cause of freedom and democracy by means other than war.
ISOLATIONISM
GERMANY
VS.
GREAT
BRITAIN
naval warfare
Lusitania (1915)
Britain set up blockade on Germany
Germany responded with unrestricted submarine warfare
Germans sent warnings out on May 1st
On May 7th the Germans sank the Lusitania
1,000 passengers died and around
100 Americans died
riots broke out and they called for Wilson to declare war on Germany
by 1917 the Germans were eager to break the deadlock so they brought back unrestricted submarine warfare which brought America into the war
the majority of the troops did not arrive until 1918
otal
w
ar
(war that involves the complete mobilization of resources/people, affecting the lives of all citizens in warring countries)
increase in govt power
1. war was not as short as they expected
2. rationed food supplies/materials
3. planned economies: systems directed by govt agencies
4. gov't looked at citizens/soldiers as equals
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end
of
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allied
POWERS
the year 1917 had not been a good year for the allies b/c
1) allied offensives badly defeated on Western Front
2) Russia withdrew from the war
3) war was beginning to wear down Allied Powers
however, by 1918 the United States troops had brought a much need psychological boost to the Allies
ARMISTICE
(a truce, an agreement to end the fighting)
Wilson's 14 points
1. Open diplomacy.
2. Freedom of the seas.
3. Removal of economic barriers.
4. Reduction of armaments.
5. Adjustment of colonial claims.
6. Conquered territories in Russia.
7. Preservation of Belgian sovereignty.
8. Restoration of French territory.
9. Redrawing of Italian frontiers.
10. Division of Austria-Hungary.
11. Redrawing of Balkan boundaries.
12. Limitations on Turkey.
13. Establishment of an independent Poland.
14. Association of nations.
11th hour / 11th day / 11th month
(the guns on the Western Front fell silent)
TERMS
allied powers could require reparations
german soldiers were to leave their weapons behind and they were to be destroyed
POW's could return to their countries
Treaty of Versailles
Germany was very unhappy with the peace terms
War Guilt Clause claimed Germany was responsible for starting the war
Ordered Germany to pay repartions for all damages that they caused to the Allies
Military provisions called reductions to 100,000 men in the military
Cut naval forces and eliminate the air force
Land along the Rhine River was considered a demilitarized zone
Results
maps were redrawn
Germany/Russia lost much of their territory
Austria-Hungary was wiped off the map
Ottoman Empire dismantled
new nations emerged
Finland, Poland, Czech, Austria, Hungary, etc
difficult to draw strict ethnic lines
ethnic minorities left behind
Increased Germany's desire to regain its power and prestige
CONCLUSION
nearly 10 million people died in the name of progress
entire populations destroyed
total war (mobilization of resources/people)
the war to end all wars
ASSASSINATION
-Web of treaties to protect themselves
-Triple Alliance: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
-Triple Entente: France, Russia, Great Britain
Countries seek alliances to preserve a balance of power throughout Europe.
attacks unsuccessful
war of attrition

over 10 million lives lost
"war to end all wars"
* Central Powers: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy (initially aligned by treaty), Bulgaria in 1915 and Turkey.
* Neutral Nations: Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands and the Scandinavian countries did not make war declarations, but in some instances their citizens did participate in the conflict.
Desire of subject peoples for independence
Czechs, Slovaks, Serbs, Romanians, Poles
Serbs supported by Russians vs. Austria-Hungary
Desire of independent nations for dominance & prestige
Germans, Italians, Austria-Hungary, France, Britain
-Great pride in one’s country or aspiring to become one’s own country
RIFLE
GAS
http://mentalfloss.com/article/58233/21-slang-terms-world-war-i
RUSSIANrevolution
BACKGROUND
unprepared both militarily and tech. for total war
they had NO competent military leaders
Czar Nicholas II took charge of military matters
Russian industry was unable to produce weapons
Russian losses
- 1914 - 1916: 2 million killed; 4-6 million
wounded or captured
UPHEAVAL
Rasputin
won over the confidence of Alexandra
their son had HEMOPHILIA
she believed Rasputin was the only one to help her son
he had tremendous influence over her and she began consulting him on political matters
the Russian people become more and more upset with the Czar
the regime knew it need to do something
1. Assassinated Rasputin in 1916
- shot three times, tied up, & thrown in the river
2. Working Class Women Revolted
- worked 12 hour days & stood in line for bread
- March of 1917 over 10,000 women marched on Petrograd
3. Nicholas order troops to fire on the crowds & they refused
- the duma met & called for Nicholas to step down
- this ended a 300 year old Romanov dynasty
Provisional Govt
decided to continue to fight to preserve honor
did not sit well with the people b/c they
wanted to end the war
challenge from the SOVIETS
- made up of soldiers and workers
- held socialist views
- the BOLSHEVIKS came to the front
known as a Marxist Party
led by V.I. Lenin
dedicated to a violent revolution
the only way to bring down the capitalist system
b
olsheviks
Lenin
didn't come back to Russia until 1917
the Germans sent him back to Russia
gain control of soldiers/workers/peasants
promised an end to the war
redistriubtion of land to peasants
peace.land.bread
worker control of production
all power to the soviets
take power
by November of 1917 the Bolsheviks took
control of Winter Palace
Lenin was now in control
called themselves the Communists
now he had to make true on the promise of peace
signed a treaty in march with Germany giving up
Poland, Ukraine, Finland, and Baltic countries
Lenin said it was irrelevant b/c the socialist
revolution would spread
however Russia went into a Civil War
H
OW
did they win?
1. TROTSKY
organized the Red Army, made them disciplined,
& reinstated the draft
2. Disunity
diff. political groups began to break apart
could not agree on a common goal
3. Red Terror
secret police created the Red Terror
added fear b/c they were everywhere
4. Foreign Armies
stengthend the Communist appeal
by 1921 Communists had total control of Russia
(he drowned)
How womens lives changed
Before
After
Motherly figure,take care of family
Contribute in household income
Not allowed to work in government
(no place in politics)
Not as many rights
e.g Were not allowed to vote
More appreciated
Had more rights
Were now allowed to vote
Showed society they were capable of doing a mans work
Lived longer and healthier lives
http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-i/world-war-i-history/videos/world-war-i-alliances
http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-i/world-war-i-history/videos/causes-of-world-war-i
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