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history final

World War 1 pt. 2

The Triple Entente was also known as The Allies
The Triple Alliance became known as The Central Powers
how did Italians join war they were bribed
Oh which side of the war did the Ottoman Turks and the Bulgarians join the Central Powers
The war was fought on the Eastern and Western front
what was the von Schlieffen Plan plan based on a 2 front war with France and Russia, called for minimal troop deployment to Russia while most German forces would make rapid invasion of France. This meant invading france by going through belgium
what weakened Germany in the von Schlieffen plan Russia invaded Germany causing them to withdraw troops from the west
what type of warfare was used on the western front trench warfare
what weapons were introduced in ww1 machine gun and poison gas
what city in France did 700,000 die Verdun
what was affecting Russian forces starvation and low morale
the civil war in Russia was between the Bolsheviks (Reds) and Mensheviks (whites)
who was the leader of the Bolsheviks Lenin
who was the leader of the Mesheviks President Kerensky
who was victorious in the Russian civil war Lenin and the bolsheviks
what treaty did Russia sign with Germany the Brest-Litovsk Treat
what did the Brest-Litovsk Treaty do Russians had to give up land, resources, and population. meant that Germany was victorious in the East
Created by: gpolite