History Notes on 3-15-07

History Notes on 3-15-07 - History Notes on Lecture Outline...

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History Notes on 3-15-07 15/03/2007 13:40:00 Lecture Outline – The War to End all Wars I. Intro II. Causes of WWI Long-Term Problems The Match that Lit the Flame III. Horrific Nature of WWI New Weapons Trench Warfare IV. The Last Years US Entry V. Aftermath Treaty of Versailles League of Nations Important Dates/Terms: William II (1888-1918) ‘No Man’s Land’ Verdun, Somme Lloyd George Triple Entente/Triple Alliance Archduke Francis Ferdinand, June 28 Mustard Gas November 11 th , 1918 Woodrow Wilson Clemenceau NOTE:  One of ID Questions, or Essay Qustion from this lecture WILL be on  the Final!
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The War to End All Wars 15/03/2007 13:40:00
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I. Introduction 1914: WWI starts, AKA, the war to end all wars o People come to believe there would never again be a big wear,  because countries were civilized, and could talk things out WWI proves this isn’t the case after all o One of the worst wars ever to fight in… living in a trench and having to  fight there II. Causes of WWI Not any one cause as to why the war existed Long Term Problems Rise of Germany! o For almost 100 years, (1815-1914) there was peace, due to the  dominance of Great Britain. Germany becomes powerful enough to challenge G.B. Bigger More People Just as industrialized as G.B. by the end of the 19 th  century, however greater because of the fact they have  more people Bismarck tries expanding Germany’s power without bring war
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