• World War 1 Trench Warfare
    the war to last as long as it did (4 years). Trenches were built to protect yourself from the enemy(s). Trenches were generally around two meters deep and two meters wide. There was three rows. The first row was called the frontline trench. The frontline was the closest to no mans land (the land...
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  • who was to blame for the outbreak of ww1?
    Why was the War not over by Christmas? World War 1 (WW1) was not over by Christmas for many reasons, not least because the war only started in August 1914 leaving only part of the year to fight it. The best historical comparisons to WW1 include the American Civil War, the Napoleonic Wars and the...
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    . Long term reasons You need to include a few short paragraphs to sum up why different groups of people were already unhappy even before the out break of WW1. You should take some of your main ideas from Q1 – peasants, town workers and the middle classes. The best answers might point out a few of...
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  • what did WW1 break out in 1914? And what was the main cause?
    Why did war break out in 1914? What was the most important cause? The World War 1 (WW1) breaks out the 28 June 1914 and ended on the 11 November 1918. The WW1 opposed the Triple Entente; France, Russia and Britain to the Central Powers; Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy. During the 4 years of...
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  • The Changing Nature of Weaponry
    amounts of continuity from WW1, because all of the land weapons are the same as the ones used in WW1. However, the tank is lot more dominant in this war, and is able to make real offensive attacks, as opposed to just help support the troops as it did in WW1. It can move fast, and is equipped with...
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  • Why Did Ww1 Last so Long
    Why did WW1 last for so long? WW1 was thought to be a quick battle with hardly any resistance offered to the Germans. But something went wrong, very wrong for the fight that was thought to be over in 43 days on the western front ended up as a shoot out for four long years. There were many...
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    HISTORY ESSAY DID TWO MURDERS START WW1? In this essay I will be evaluating what was the cause of World War 1(WW1) and whether it was inevitable and therefore would have occurred regardless of whether Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated on the 28th June 1914. The people and...
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    because Germany sunk a ship. In this pledge, Germany promised it wouldn’t sink another unarmed ship without warning again. * The last string holding them together * If they did the U.S. will help the allies and cut off all diplomatic relations. * This did not last long as Germany went...
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  • U.S History Final Review
    known for certain 13. Habeas Corpus: A document requiring that a prisoner be brought before a court or judge so that it can be decided whether his/her imprisonment is legal. 14. Reign of Terror: When Robespierre ruled France as a dictator and many innocent were killed. 15. Blockade...
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  • People in Wwl
    political party that Lenin founded before the revolution? Lenins brother Alexander was hung by the Russian Monarchy. What crime did he commit? What was the name of the political newspaper that Lenin’s Government used as a means of proper ganda after ceasing tower. Why was Kaiser so determined to build up...
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  • Great War Assignment
    detailed hardships or horrors he experienced on the battlefield; this is, probably, because he did not want to make her worried or scared of losing him. ! Instead of sounding so concerned, he tries to think of something pleasant; ! “Instead of coming home to you tonight dear (as we...
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  • WW1: Causes
    ) • Joachim Remak: He argues the WW1 was started because the Slav and the Austrian Hungarians were so into their own country that the thought of being made to look weaker in any sense for the reason for war. Quote: “Bent double, like old beggars under sacks,
 Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we...
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  • History
    * General policy was to wait out the Depression, which they did until 1939 where WW1 broke out Unit 4: World War 2 Why did German people turn to Hitler Economic Inflation * Germans had borrowed money to finance WW1 * Left with a huge debt to pay off * In order to do this, the Weimar...
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  • World War 1 Essay
    powers just because of the major causes. The major causes of the ww1 which were Militarism and military plans, Alliance system, Imperialism, Mass Politics, Intellectual Context, and Nationalism did not only affect ww1 it affected everything after it too. The empires that fell were all caused by the major causes. WW1 was just used as a mien to get more land for themselves. It was also one of the major wars the world had seen after a long time....
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  • Hitler
    be inevitable and could be quite painful . Read through the Feature Article ‘Heroes of Tobruk’ https://www.awm.gov.au/wartime/49/burness_tobruk.asdp 5. How long did the Siege of Tobruk last? The siege of Tobruk last 241 days between 11 April and 27 November 6. What strategies...
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  • history
    . Austria hungry and the Ottomans feared a new Slavic country 14. ARCHDUKE FRANZ FERDINAND next in line to be emperor of Austria hungry 15. He is driving in a car and he is assassinated and this sparks WW1 16. Four reasons the war started 1- alliances 2 – militarism 3 – nationalism 4 – imperialism...
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  • World War II
    . The reason why the treaty of Versailles was a cause of WWII was because of how harsh the reparations were on Germany. This directly led to the second cause, which is Adolf Hitler. Hitler got involved in politics after he served in WW1 and quickly rose to power. The anger and suffering of the...
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    People attracted to the Klan because of Industrilisation which brought more workers to the cities. Many of these workers were either Foreign or Black so resentment built up against them. Southern whites were also angry that black soldiers had been armed during WW1 Why did the KKK decline in the...
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  • Russia
    Red – Hard questions and haven’t come up before, Yellow – Very unlikely questions OCR B: Russia in Turmoil, 1900-1924 - All Possible Essays Questions with Plans (By Harry Bojakowski and Scarlett Stock [04.2013]) 1. 1905 1. Why did Tsarism become so unpopular with some groups by 1905...
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  • Compare the Ways in Which War Is Presented in at Least Three of the Pre-1914 War Poems You Have Studied.
    Wars pre-1914 were very different to WW1. Wars such as the Boer War and the Crimean War were fought by soldiers using mainly sabres and muskets. These wars had little in the way of powerful weaponry such as heavy weight machine guns. WW1 also saw the beginning of trench warfare, tanks, planes and...
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