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What event led to the start of the war?

The association of one man ( arch duke franz Ferdinand by gavrillo princip )

Association of one man which is

Who declared the war?

Austria-Hungary


Australia is hungry

Define alliance

A group of friends that work together/ team mate

Team mates

Who were the allied powers?

Russia France Great Britain and Canada

There is 4

Who were the central powers?

Austria-Hungary Turkey and Germany

Austria is hungry for Turkey in Germany

Who were the central powers?

Austria-Hungary Turkey and Germany

Austria is hungry for Turkey in Germany

What were some of the technologies used in the war and how were they used

Machine guns ( planes ) musket ( defeat enemy ) steamships trains ( carried soldiers to the front )

Pew pew.... Pew pew.... Choo choo

Who were the central powers?

Austria-Hungary Turkey and Germany

Austria is hungry for Turkey in Germany

What were some of the technologies used in the war and how were they used

Machine guns ( planes ) musket ( defeat enemy ) steamships trains ( carried soldiers to the front )

Pew pew.... Pew pew.... Choo choo

Why was the battle of Somme so important

Sad battle, one morning of fighting, 68 mean survived out of 800. British army suffered 60,000 dead. Took over 5 months to defeat the Germans

How many survived and how many died from the British army

Who were the central powers?

Austria-Hungary Turkey and Germany

Austria is hungry for Turkey in Germany

What were some of the technologies used in the war and how were they used

Machine guns ( planes ) musket ( defeat enemy ) steamships trains ( carried soldiers to the front )

Pew pew.... Pew pew.... Choo choo

Why was the battle of Somme so important

Sad battle, one morning of fighting, 68 mean survived out of 800. British army suffered 60,000 dead. Took over 5 months to defeat the Germans

How many survived and how many died from the British army

How did woman contribute to the war?

Started to work in factories, on farms, in shipyards, driving street cars, knitted scarves, socks and sweaters for the soldiers. Organized rallies and sold victory bend to raise money

How did they make money and what did they do to help the soldiers

Who were the central powers?

Austria-Hungary Turkey and Germany

Austria is hungry for Turkey in Germany

What were some of the technologies used in the war and how were they used

Machine guns ( planes ) musket ( defeat enemy ) steamships trains ( carried soldiers to the front )

Pew pew.... Pew pew.... Choo choo

Why was the battle of Somme so important

Sad battle, one morning of fighting, 68 mean survived out of 800. British army suffered 60,000 dead. Took over 5 months to defeat the Germans

How many survived and how many died from the British army

How did woman contribute to the war?

Started to work in factories, on farms, in shipyards, driving street cars, knitted scarves, socks and sweaters for the soldiers. Organized rallies and sold victory bend to raise money

How did they make money and what did they do to help the soldiers

How were African Canadians involved in the war?

They made a unit just for African Canadians and they called it the No.2 construction battalion

What did they make just for the African Canadians and what did they call it?

Who were the central powers?

Austria-Hungary Turkey and Germany

Austria is hungry for Turkey in Germany

What were some of the technologies used in the war and how were they used

Machine guns ( planes ) musket ( defeat enemy ) steamships trains ( carried soldiers to the front )

Pew pew.... Pew pew.... Choo choo

Why was the battle of Somme so important

Sad battle, one morning of fighting, 68 mean survived out of 800. British army suffered 60,000 dead. Took over 5 months to defeat the Germans

How many survived and how many died from the British army

How did woman contribute to the war?

Started to work in factories, on farms, in shipyards, driving street cars, knitted scarves, socks and sweaters for the soldiers. Organized rallies and sold victory bend to raise money

How did they make money and what did they do to help the soldiers

How were African Canadians involved in the war?

They made a unit just for African Canadians and they called it the No.2 construction battalion

What did they make just for the African Canadians and what did they call it?

How were Aboriginals treated after the war? Explain.

Canadian government did not give the aboriginals veterans the same benefits as others. Reserved land was taken away from them

Benefits, reserved land

Who were the central powers?

Austria-Hungary Turkey and Germany

Austria is hungry for Turkey in Germany

What were some of the technologies used in the war and how were they used

Machine guns ( planes ) musket ( defeat enemy ) steamships trains ( carried soldiers to the front )

Pew pew.... Pew pew.... Choo choo

Why was the battle of Somme so important

Sad battle, one morning of fighting, 68 mean survived out of 800. British army suffered 60,000 dead. Took over 5 months to defeat the Germans

How many survived and how many died from the British army

How did woman contribute to the war?

Started to work in factories, on farms, in shipyards, driving street cars, knitted scarves, socks and sweaters for the soldiers. Organized rallies and sold victory bend to raise money

How did they make money and what did they do to help the soldiers

How were African Canadians involved in the war?

They made a unit just for African Canadians and they called it the No.2 construction battalion

What did they make just for the African Canadians and what did they call it?

How were Aboriginals treated after the war? Explain.

Canadian government did not give the aboriginals veterans the same benefits as others. Reserved land was taken away from them

Benefits, reserved land

What was introduced in order to increase the number of soldiers fighting in the war?

Any man 18 and over had to join the army

How old?

Who were the central powers?

Austria-Hungary Turkey and Germany

Austria is hungry for Turkey in Germany

What were some of the technologies used in the war and how were they used

Machine guns ( planes ) musket ( defeat enemy ) steamships trains ( carried soldiers to the front )

Pew pew.... Pew pew.... Choo choo

Why was the battle of Somme so important

Sad battle, one morning of fighting, 68 mean survived out of 800. British army suffered 60,000 dead. Took over 5 months to defeat the Germans

How many survived and how many died from the British army

How did woman contribute to the war?

Started to work in factories, on farms, in shipyards, driving street cars, knitted scarves, socks and sweaters for the soldiers. Organized rallies and sold victory bend to raise money

How did they make money and what did they do to help the soldiers

How were African Canadians involved in the war?

They made a unit just for African Canadians and they called it the No.2 construction battalion

What did they make just for the African Canadians and what did they call it?

How were Aboriginals treated after the war? Explain.

Canadian government did not give the aboriginals veterans the same benefits as others. Reserved land was taken away from them

Benefits, reserved land

What was introduced in order to increase the number of soldiers fighting in the war?

Any man 18 and over had to join the army

How old?

Explain what an enemy alien was and how were they treated?

Anyone of German or Austria-Hungary decent, even though they were born in Canada or lived in Canada most of their lives, there were concerns that they were spies. They were put into prison camps where they had to do heavier labour

Spies and prison cams