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Who was president of the U.S. during W.W.I?
Woodrow Wilson
Belgium was a neutral country during W.W.I. (True or False)
During the late 1800s, Europe became divided into 2 rival blocs. Name them and the countries of each.
Central Powers--Germany and Austria-Hungary.

Allied Powers--Great Britain, France, Russia....and later, the United States
What was the name of the treaty which Germany was forced to sign at the end of World War I?
Treaty of Versailles.
What incident led to Austria-Hungary declaring war on Serbia?
Bosnian revolutionaries in Sarajevo, the capital, who assassinated the Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife.
Choose one:

a. 500,000 people died in WWI.
b. 8 million people died in WWI.
b. Over 8 million people died during World War I. Over 4 million were United States soldiers.
In the early 1900s, what country posed the greatest threat to Britain, in terms of military power?
Germany. Britain had always been the dominant naval power in Europe. When Bismarck united Germany under Prussian control it became one of the strongest European powers
Name a significant battle in France.
Somme. Vernun. Heavy casualties occurred at these battle sites in France.