WWI - The World at War 1914-1918 Lesson Plan Introduction...

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The World at War 1914-1918
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Lesson Plan Introduction Major events leading up to U.S. involvement Allied and Central powers Cause for U.S. entrance U.S. Strategy Battle of Jutland Effect of WW I on Mahanian theory
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The World Goes to War Archduke Ferdinand (Austro-Hungarian heir to throne) assassinated (Jun 1914) The Chain of Events: Austria-Hungarian ultimatum to Serbia (23 July) Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia (28 July) Russia mobilizes against Austria-Hungary Germany declares war on Russia (1 Aug) Germany invades France via neutral Belgium Great Britain (treaty w/Belgium) declares war on Germany (4 Aug) Italy, desiring to be on winning side, initially declares itself neutral
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The World Goes to War Triple Entente/Allied Powers : U.S.(1917), GBR, France, Russia, Italy (later on), and Japan Triple Alliance/Central Powers : Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey Major Events: Lusitania (May 1915) Sussex pledge (March 1916) Zimmerman Note
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U.S Enters the Conflict
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2010 for the course NAVSC 102 taught by Professor Hammond during the Spring '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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