June 28th 1914 Assassination of heir to Austrian Throne Entente Powers Central Powers Serbia - Austria Russia - Germany France - Bulgaria Britain - Ottoman Empire Australia/New Zealand Canada Indian Empire South Africa Belgium/Japan/Montenegro/Newfoundland/Portugal/Romania 1915 Italy 1917 USA Jingoism- Extreme patriotism in foreign affairs German General Tirputz gained support for a naval army. Major Battles France- Verdun (Feb 1916) Britain- Somme (July 1916) Passchendaele (Nov 1917) (?Third Battle of Ypes?) Canada Gallipoli (April-Dec 1915) Austria/New Zealand/Newfoundland Russia- Tannenburg (1914) WWI ends November 11 at 11a.m. or p.m. Loss of a generation: 10 million men killed during this war, one fourth are crippled for life, 30 million wounded, 10 million captured, of those 10, 5 million died in captivity. Spanish Flu: the H1N1 of 1918 Between 19 and 20 million people die from the Spanish Flu. Negotiating Peace ?The Big Four? David Llyod George of Britain Vittorio Orlando of Italy Georges Clemenceau of France Woodrow Wilson of the United States Russia not involved due to the fact that they signed their own treaty Army Supreme Command (OHL) (Military+ Political+ Economic control of country) Paul von Hindenburg and Erich Ludendorff Germany?s November Revolution The Naval Mutiny- Kiel Mutiny Navy men instead of going off to attack the British Navy they tried to sink as much of the Germany Navy ships as possible.
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