WW1 Unit Test Review - World War One Test Review Format Multiple Choice Matching Fill in the Blanks Who Am I Definitions and Significance Short Answer

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World War One Test Review Format Multiple Choice Matching Fill in the Blanks Who Am I? Definitions and Significance Short Answer Propaganda Poster Analysis Review: Canada’s Relationship with Britain Many Canadians were of British heritage and had relatives living there, so they viewed Britain as the “mother country” This is why many Canadians volunteered to enlist in the army, so they could help their “mother country” At this time Canada controlled internal affairs and Britain controlled its foreign affairs Long and Short Term Causes of WW1 Long Term Cause: MAIN Militarism-Refers to the building of a strong military force (building a strong military force causes fear and tension but you feel prepared) Alliance System-Refers to treaties pacts made between countries intended to keep peace (With tensions rising in Europe, alliances were made to ensure protection and give assistance in the event of war) Imperialism-Refers to extending one’s power by acquiring territory or establishing economic or political control over another country (the territories added to a country’s economy because they were rich in natural resources and served as another market to sell goods) Nationalism-Refers to a feeling of deep patriotism and loyalty to one’s nation (this lead to contempt against enemy countries and a desire to win against them) Short Term Cause: Archduke’s assassination Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated when they went on a military visit in Sarajevo, Bosnia The Archduke was the heir of Austria-Hungary and assassinated by a group of nationalists based in Serbia called The Black Hand Austria-Hungary blamed Serbia and gave them 3 ultimatums, but Serbia could not agree to the last one which would give Austria-Hungarian officials some governmental power in Serbia so Austria-Hungary declared war Triple Entente and Triple Alliance Members
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Entente: Britain, France, Russia, (Serbia with Russia) Triple Alliance: Austria-Hungary, Italy, Germany WW1 Weapons Tank-Heavy armoured fighting vehicle carrying guns and moving on a continuous articulated metal Machine Gun-Mounted gun that can shoot 600-1200 rounds per minute U-Boat-They are diesel powered submarines that were armed with torpedoes Plane-Used for more advance attacks like shooting or spying from the air, and it was a new way to fight Zeppelin-Metal blimp filled with Hydrogen that can be used to bomb the enemy suddenly Flamethrowers-A weapon used for short range that can throw fire approximately 10 feet Battleships-Heavily armoured warships and equipped with powerful arms Battles of WW1(Ypres/Somme/Passchendaele/Vimy Ridge) The Second Battle of Ypres was where the Germans used Chlorine gas to create a huge hole between the French front lines making them retreat, however, Canadian troops moved in and used a cloth in which they had peed to crystallise the Chlorine since they
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