Lesson 8.02: World War I: Causes and Alliances

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Lesson 8.02: World War I: Causes and Alliances
WWI Timeline:
How did the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and the rise of Nationalism combine to spark WWI? The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and the rise of Nationalism combined to spark WW1 because Austria- Hungary, where he was from, declared war with Serbia, which are the people who killed him. I thought this was expected from Austria-Hungary. Especially back then if someone important was killed they would start a huge war over it, just to get justice. MANIAC Chart:

Discuss two other main causes of World War I from the MANIAC chart and how they are connected. Two other main causes of WW1 from the MANIAC chart I saw was some jealousy over empires. Germany and Italy showed jealousy over the empires who gain power from land. I also saw rivalries over colonies that expanded their empire and then there was competition. These are connected because they argued and fought over land that an empire got or didn’t get to expand. Trench Warfare and New Technology

Describe trench warfare and the new technology.
There were many losses of lives during WW1, a big cause was weapons and a new look into fighting. Some had better advantages by using newer and improved weapons. These machine guns, large mounted guns, poison gas, submarines, airplanes, and tanks were much stronger. In a way, it wasn’t fair because not all countries had access to these new, stronger weapons, there for they were dominated and lost a great amount of their people. Lesson 8.03 And the World War I Begins

And the War Begins...
What is the significance of the First Battle of Marne?
The significance of the First battle of Marne is keeping France in the war. It stopped Germany’s attack on Paris. The allies and Germans suffered through a big amount of losses and were tired of it. The war inclined because the plan of having a Germany victory was impossible and ruined. In the Navy

Describe how Germany used their power in the sea.
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