- 1. The Great War The War Years Chapter 25 Pages 854-858
4. A. An Industrial War
- Every aspect of society was mobilized for total War
5. B. New Weapons.
6. Machines Guns 7. 8. Poison Gas 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Shell torn forrest 18. French at Argonne 19. A French city 20. German at the Somme 21. French Cemetery 22. Germans at Flanders 23. A French Regiment 24. No mans land 25. 26. 27. C. Government involvement
- Increased government involvement in the economy.
- Emphasis on military goods.
- Workers were assigned to industries.
- Consumer goods were limited.
28. D. Role of Civilians
- Society was mobilized for the war
- Civilians were drafted into the army.
- Millions of woman replaced men in the workforce.
- Industries retooled for war materials.
- War materials were needed.
29. E. Propaganda
- Increase home support for the war.
- Encourage desired behavior of citizens.
30. Germany 31. British 32. French 33. U.S.A. 34. F. Battles and Casualties
- Battle of the Marne ( 2 battles)
- Population 41 million, 20 million men
- 6 million killed, wounded, captured or missing
35. Total casualties 36. II. The Russian Revolution
- The Provisional Government
- Dictatorship and Civil War
37. A. Nicholas II
- A German Czarina and Rasputin
38. Russian mass Grave 39. B. The Provisional Government
- The Duma seized power in March 1917
- Dominated by Constitutional Democrats
- The Provisional Government was threatened by more radical groups
- The conservatives stay in the war
40. C. Lenin and Bolsheviks
- Germany smuggled Lenin into Russia.
- Plan was to have Lenin start a revolution
- Signs the Treaty of Brest Litovsk.
- Germany now faces a one front war.
- West bitter towards Russia.
41. 42. D. Dictatorship and Civil War
- Bolsheviks call for elections
- Social Revolutionaries win
- Red Army: the Army of Revolution
- White Army: Conservatives and monarchists
43. III. U.S. Enters the War
- Unrestricted Submarine warfare
44. A. The War at Sea
- Wilson advocated neutrality and freedom of the seas
- Britain and France blockaded trade into the central powers
- German U-boats attacked shipping going to Britain
- Isolate Britain from colonies and U.S. supplies
- Began unrestricted submarine warfare
- The Lusitania(1915) 128 Americans killed
- Germans promise to give warnings
45. B. Zimmerman Telegram
- German request for Mexico to attack the U.S.
- History of Poor relations
- U.S. sent troops across border
- Really upset Americans and Wilson
46. 47. C. Unrestricted Submarine warfare
- 1917 Germany concerned about supplies reaching Britain
- Germany renews Unrestricted submarine warfare by U boats.
- Germany hoped to cut supplies to the Allies.
- U boats were seen as dirty, sneaky and immoral
48. D. U.S.Enters the war
- U.S. was an industrial monster
49. What we know???
- How is the Great war a total War
- The impact of the Industrial Revolution
- Why did the Russian Revolution occur?
- Why did the U.S. Enter and what was the impact