pags 367 - 371
In 1914, Europe was divided into two rival camps:
The Triple Entente The Triple Alliance
What event triggered the war?
The Triple Alliance was also became known as
The Triple Entente was also became known as
What area became known as the Western Front?
What kind of warfare developed along the Western Front?
Where was the Eastern Front? Who was it between?
How many soldiers, on both sides, were lost during the Battle of Verdun?
How many, on both sides, were lost during the 5 months of the Battle of Somme?
How many Russians were killed, wounded, or captured in 1915 alone?
War Affects the World
pages 373 - 377
Why did the Allies want to gain control of the Dardanelles?
What was this campaign known as? Did it succeed for the Allies?
On April 2, 1917, the United States entered the war on the side of the Allies. Why? Briefly explain four events, policies or relationships that contributed to this decision.
During 1917, what happened to change Russia's participation in WW1? How did it change?
On what date was the armistice signed? What did this mean?
A Flawed Peace
page 380 - 383
Although the killing had stopped, the peace still needed to bemade . When and where was the peace conference held?
The Paris Peace conference had delegates representing 32 countries. The major decisions were made by the Big Four. Who were the Big Four and what countries did they represent?
Who represented Germany?
What did the European nations finally adopt from Wilson's ideas?
What did Britain and France really want?
How did the treaty punish Germany?
What did the War really cost?