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Allies
Britain,France,Russia,and Serbia
Bring Frank Red Socks
Central Powers
Germany, Austia-Hungary, Bulgaria, Ottoman Empire
George Always Brings Olives
SARGFEA
Serbia
Austia-Hungary
Russia
Germany
France
England
America
The "S" of SARGFEA (3 points of involvment)
Serbia=
1)Archduke Francis Ferdinand of AUSTRIA visits SARAJEVO on 6/28/1914
2)7 assasins from the BLACK HAND, and serb nationalist group, plot against him
***3)Gavrilo Princip, 19years old, shoots Archduke and his wife SOFIE
1)SARAJEVO
2)BLACK HAND
3)SOFIE
The "A" of SARGFEA (2 points of involvement)
Austia-Hungary=
1)Serbs recieve ultimatum from Austria- STOP PASSING OUT SEDITITOUS (against war) LIT., FIRE SEDITIOUS POLITICIANS, LET AUSTIRA-HUNGARY RUN INVESTIGATION IN SERBIA.
...they refuse
2)Austria-Hungary then declares was on 7/28/1914
1)ultimatum
2)7/28/1914
The "R" of SARGFEA (1point of involvment)
Russia=
1)Supports Serbia because of COMMON SLAVIC IDENTITY by mobilizing 6 million troops on Germany's border.
TIES TO SERBIA
The "G" of SARGFEA (1point of involvment)
Germany=
1) Offered a blank check of support for Austria-Hungary attacks on Russia for not backing off troops.
With Austria-Hungary
The "F" of SARGFEA (1point of involvment)
France=
Honors its 1892 treaty with Russia
HELPS BECAUSE OF TREATY
The "E" of SARGFEA (1point of involvment)
England=
1)Defends Belgium from Germany honoring its treaty
The "A" of SARGFEA (1point of involvment)
1) The US supplied the UK with arms on a credit system. IF the UK lost, US industries would bankrupt so the US had to support the UK to save themselves.
BANKRUPTCY
What yesrs did the war last?
1914-1918
What continent was WW1 fought on?
Europe
What country lost the most soldiers?***************
****************
What country lost the least soldiers?*****************
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Dulce et Decorum Est pro patri mori--- Identify the author, the language, translate and identify the weapons that was discussed.
Author=Wilfred Owens
Lang.=Latin
Translation=What a sweet thing it is to die for your country
poem
What disease caused over 20millon deaths in 1918?
Teberculosis
What treaty ended WW1?
Treaty of Versallies
What are 4 terms Germany had to agree to as a result of this trety?
1)Return Alsace-Loraine region to France
2)Keep Rhineland de-militarized (under 100,00 soldiers)
3)Agree to war guilt clause
4)Pay was reparations of $32billion.
What are the 4 factors that led to WW1?
1)Nationalism=
-Many countries were torn by different nationalists groups.
-Great pride in one's country or aspiring to become one's own country

2)Imperialiam=
-Competetition for overseas colonies, for econimis gain.
-European nations competed for colonies

3)Militarism=
-Glorification of war + increase in military spending
-Germany competed against England's naval supieriority

4)System of Allience=
-web treaties to protect themselves
-TRIPLE ALLIENCE=Germany, Austia-Hungary, and Italy
TRIPLE ENTONTE= France, Russia, and Britain
NIMS
List 5 different types of Weaponry unique to WW1
1)posion gas bombs
2)shells
3)Flame throwers
4)tanks
5)airplanes
List and describe 5 key ideas from the 14points. Explain how if at all they related to NIMS (the causes of war). Who wrote the 14points?
-Presidant William Woodrow.
1)self-determination-Imperialism
2)Fair peace-System of Alience
3)Disarmament-Militarism
4)Fair Treatment of Colonial Peoples-Imperialism
5)League of Nations-System of Allience
Self-determintation
Nationalities should have the right to establish their own
governemtns, free and foreign control
Fair Peace
The end of the war should bring a "peace without victory" where the Allies treat their former enimies generously so as to avoid revenge.
Disarmament
Wilson desired the nations of the world to disarm so that no country would fear its neighbors or try to invade them
Fair Treatment of Colonial Peoples
Imperial nations should look out for the welfare of their people, giving them equal weight with the claims of the ruling government.
League of Nations
Wilson urged the formation of the international organizations that would help both large and small nations settler their quarrels. Wilson felt open diplomacy, rather than secret treaties, could best preserve peace.