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1. What series of events started WWI?

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1. What series of events started WWI?
It started with the death of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, he was the successor to the Austro-Hungarian throne. His death was in the hands of the Black Hand, a Serbian nationalist secret society, they set in constructing a bad sequence of events. Also, other countries started to have problems with their treaty's and allies.
3.Why were these weapons so devastating?
Tactics hadn’t evolved with the weapons. Many of the weapons used were from new technologies and many countries were not prepared for those types of attacks.
4. What new military tactics were developed?
• The sniper rifle – When soldiers shot from long distances.
• Patrol and Rapids – When men searched from information about the enemy.
• Attack and offensive – was when men took over trenches.
• Using toxic gas was another tactic they developed.

5. What kinds of shelters did soldiers design and how did they provide protection?
They designed the trenches and they provided bypasses that protected them from machine guns, bullets, and bad climate.
6.What is propaganda and how is it used?
Propaganda is information about something that informs, promotes and persuades people to do something or shows people's points of views. Ex. Newspaper.
2.What new weapons were used in WWI?
The machine gun (Hiram Maxim, Benet-Mercie, Browning), Tanks, rifle, gas, zeppelin, torpedoes, bayonets, grenades, and pistols.
WWI
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7. What kinds of sacrifices were
these countries’ citizens asked
to make?
They made many sacrifices life threatening, like join the army and leave their family, work a lot (Creating weapons and thinking about new tactics), and even died.
8.What happened to cause an armistice?
A lot of destruction had been done already so countries wanted peace.
9. What is the Treaty of Versailles (what were the terms and who created the treaty)?
The document made in 1918 to make peace after WWI signed in Versailles palace.
10. How did the different countries feel about the Treaty?
They felt alleviated and satisfied because this also would prevent any other war.
11. Why was WWI supposed to be the “War to End All Wars”?
Since the Treaty of Versailles was signed it meant that no future war could occur and now because all people already know how much you can loose in a war they wouldn’t want another war to occur.
12.Why didn’t WWI end all wars?
Since Germany was left very destroyed and Germans had not done many of the attacks they suffered they weren’t satisfied with the outcome so Hitler started to blame the Jews for this so Germany wanted revenge.
My Questions
1. Where were the men before Christmas?
In other small wars and serving their country.
2. What type of death did the men feared?
- Gas intoxication.
3. Why did the war took so long?
- Neither the Triple Alliance nor the Triple Entente was able to deliver a decisive blow against the other side, despite unique killing.
4. What materials did they use to provide refugee?
- They made holes in the ground and protected them with machine guns.
5. What countries agreed to sign the treaty of Versailles?
- Germany and the allied powers (France, Russia, UK, etc.)
6. Approximately how many people died in WWI?
- Over 20, 000, 000 people and from this about 8, 500, 000 were soldiers.
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Big Question
Although all wars are by definition violent and bloody,World War I, the “Great War” was particularly so. What was it about this conflict that caused so much death and destruction?
People and countries were not prepared for that kind of war. Weapons and tactics destroyed many things and even countries, and the more countries and people got involved the more disastrous the war became. This war came up to some agreements but they couldn't last forever since by time more countries lost their allies and many countries were not satisfied.
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