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WWI "Section 2"

Mr. Talley

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In 1914 Eruope was divided into two rival camps. 1. Triple Entente and 2. Triple Alliance
Triple Entente Great Britain, France, and Russia
Triple Alliance Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy
Central Powers Germany and Austria-Hungary because of their location in the heart of Europe; Bulgaria and Ottoman Empire would later join
Allied Powers (Allies) Great Britain, France, and Russia; Japan later joined, as well as, Italy
Italians joined the other side after accusing their former partners of unjustly starting the war
Bloody Stalemate deadlock along the battlefields of France; nearly 500 miles from the North Sea to the Swiss border
Western Front Deadlocked region in northern France
Schieffen Plan Germany's battle strategy for attacking and defeating France in the west and then rushing east to fight Russia
General Alfred Graf von Schlieffen designed the Schlieffen Plan
Trench Warfare miles of dug parallel trenches to protect themselves from enemy fire
Weapons of War machine guns, poison gas, armored tanks, larger artillery
Verdun where German attack against the French/more than 300,000 men died from each side
Eastern Front area was a stretch of battlefield along the German and Russian border
The Russian Army suffered many battlefield losses, but the country's enormous population help to rebuild its ranks
Created by: solinger
 

 



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