World War 1 and its Fallout (1914-1919).


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10.5 Students dissect the reasons and course of the First World War. 1. Investigate the contentions for going into war introduced by pioneers from all sides of the Great War and the part of political and financial competitions, ethnic and ideological clashes, residential discontent and issue, and purposeful publicity and patriotism in assembling the regular citizen populace in backing of \"total war.\" 2. Analyze the p
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World War 1 and its Aftermath (1914-1919) The Stage Is Set Another positive learning background at Camp Haskell!

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World History-Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools 10.5 Students investigate the causes and course of the First World War. 1. Investigate the contentions for going into war displayed by pioneers from all sides of the Great War and the part of political and financial competitions, ethnic and ideological clashes, residential discontent and confusion, and promulgation and patriotism in assembling the non military personnel populace in backing of "total war." 2. Analyze the key theaters of fight, real defining moments, and the significance of geographic components in military choices and results (e.g., geography, conduits, separation, atmosphere). 3. Clarify how the Russian Revolution and the section of the United States influenced the course and result of the war. 4. Comprehend the way of the war and its human costs (military and regular citizen) on all sides of the contention, including how frontier people groups added to the war exertion. 5. Talk about human rights infringement and genocide, including the Ottoman government\'s activities against Armenian subjects.

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To numerous war in Europe appeared to be far away in the decades prior to 1914. French romantic Frederic Passy trusted the time of war was before. Otto von Bismarck didn\'t share their good faith. "in any case, you will see it, and it will begin in the east." It was Bismarck\'s expectation that worked out as expected. Alfred Nobel (Dynamites Inventor) came to lament the battle ready utilization of his innovation. In his will he set up the Nobel Peace Prize for the individual most in charge of the progression of peace in a given year. Ladies\' Suffrage development likewise bolstered peace development. Aletta Jacobs (first ladies specialist in the Netherlands) contended that if ladies won the vote, they would have the capacity to avert wars. "They don\'t feel as men do about war. They are the moms of the race. Men think about the monetary results, ladies think about the anguish and torment." Governments likewise supported peace, The Universal Peace Conference united pioneers from numerous countries to present their question. There was no lawful influence yet it was a stage toward keeping peace. Ass you will see there are different strengths pushing Europe to the edge of war. The Stage Is Set

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Nationalism German pride in military and industry French show outrage towards Germany for prior misfortunes Russian reliability to all Slavic individuals Nationalism a solid faithfulness to a country and society Alsace and Lorraine Pan-Slavism

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Economic Conflicts Rivalries among Britain, Germany, and France Desire to pioneer of industry Competition for states England was pioneer of industry, now Germany was pioneer.

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Militarism Race to fabricate greater armed forces and naval forces Need to be prepared for war Image of war as sublime Growing force of military pioneers Glorification of the military Arms race-as universal strains developed, the immense forces extended their armed forces and naval forces Rivalries amongst Germany and England developed.

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Alliances Uniting of Central Powers Uniting of partners Russian concurrences with littler Slavic countries Agreements to safeguard each other Central forces ; Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy Allies ; Britain, France, and Russia Consequences-Other nations were being tangled onto cooperations and neighborhood strife transformed into an incredible war

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Causes of WW1

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