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The Great War and Russian Revolution Worksheet HIS/114 Version 2 1 University of Phoenix Material The Great War and Russian Revolution Worksheet 1914 Timeline Select the description in the right-hand column that explains the significance of each event in the timeline. Cut the text of the description and paste it into the timeline in the [Enter description] field associated with each event. 28 June 1914 Assassination of Austro- Hungarian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie. Sarajevo The heir to the Austro- Hungarian Empire and his wife are assassinated by Gavrilo Princip, a Serbian nationalist living in the recently-annexed Bosnian province of Austria. Austria- Hungary blames Serbia for this attack and issues a series of harsh demands to the Dual Monarchy’s much smaller Slavic neighbor. 28 July 1914 Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia. Vienna Military timetables dictate events, and the mobilizations in Germany and Russia make war inevitable. German troops streaming toward France first invade Belgium, and Great Britain honors its treaty obligations to defend Belgian neutrality, declaring war on Germany. 1–4 August 1914 Germany, Russia, France, and Great Britain enter the war. Berlin, St. Petersburg, Eager to destroy Russian military power in the Black Paris, and London Sea and reclaim lost territory in the Balkans, Turkey enters into an agreement with Germany and Austria- Hungary to join the Central Powers. The Ottoman Empire launches simultaneous surprise attacks on the four most significant Black Sea ports in the Russian Empire. October– November 1914 The Ottoman Empire joins the Great War by attacking Russia. Sevastopol, Odessa, and Feodosiya, Ukraine; Novorossiysk, Russia After receiving a warning that Russia would not defend its Balkan ally, Serbia submits to nearly all of the humiliating demands of Austria- Hungary. With German encouragement, the Dual Monarchy rejects this offer . 1 9 1 4
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1915 Timeline Select the description in the right-hand column that explains the significance of each event in the timeline. Cut the text of the description and paste it into the timeline in the [Enter description] field associated with each event. 26 April 1915 The Treaty of London signed. London Italy is promised the South Tyrol, parts of Dalmatia, and dominance over the Adriatic Sea in return for its pledge to side against its former Triple Alliance partners. The British eagerly seek the opening of a third front and relief for their small allies, Serbia and Montenegro. 7 May 1915
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2012 for the course GENERAL his 114 taught by Professor Wilk during the Fall '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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