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Unit #6First World WarLESSON #6:1Causes of World War Ip. 184-186

LESSON #1 – World War 1 Begins(1/11) ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS1. What were the causesof WWI, using theacronym MANIA2. What did the ArchdukeFranz Ferdinand haveto do with the start ofWWI?VOCABULARYPrussia in 1871 (184)Triple Alliance (184)Franco-Russian Alliance (184)Militarism (184)Triple Entente (185)Nationalism (185)Self-determination (185)Archduke Franz Ferdinand (185)

Europe heading toward a major war What was happening in the late 1800s inAmerica?– Gold mining– Indian fighting– Expanding westward 1800s Europe had no gold, no Indians, and didn’tcare about graft Instead, Europeans had been fighting each otherand competing for years. No countries trusted another At the same time, they’d been modernizing andindustrializing One example is modern military machinery

Europe

The new German nation1. Germany was formed in 1870–And quickly became the most dominant nation2. What likely made them the strongest?––Pride in themselvesStrong new military power3. The new German nation was run by a guy named Ottovon Bismarck. His #1 priority was keeping Germanysafe from attack.4. What do you think he did to keep others fromattacking?––––AlliancesStrong militaryReputation of toughControlled all negotiations

What does it look like Germany istrying to do?

German colonies 1914Compare this to the British colonial empire

British Colonies 1914Why will this matter to Germany?

British Navy 1914What does it seem the British are trying to prove?

The naval arms race Britain had always, regarded herself as supreme in navalaffairs In 1898 Germany began to develop her own navy they claimed that they needed a navy to protect her colonies. Germany began to spend large amounts of money and so did Britain, in response Eventually in 1906 Britain launched a new and far superiortype of ship called a ‘Dreadnought'.

The naval arms race This made existing ships obsolete (out of date). Inside two years Germany was also producing itsown ships of the ‘Dreadnought’ class. By 1914 Britain had 19 at sea and Germany had 13. The effect of naval rivalry wasonce again to increase the many problems facingEuropean countries.

German Navy 1914So, the Germansbuilt a new navalforce: the U Boat.How do the U-boatswin a battle?Germans tried to out build the British naval forces, but could not beat the British

German Nationalism Germans were so very proud of their newprimary position. What do you think nationalism means?– Passionate pride in your nationality Why is America incapable of nationalism?– We are all about immigrants and differences USA became known as “the melting pot” ofnationalities. What do you think that means?– Marriages have melted cultures together into anew mix: the melting pot of the world

Melting Pot

Melting Pot

USA Melting Pot? Or Salad Bowl?

EuropeWhat werethe two“sides”?

Alliances Military alliances formed for protectionThey were massive in size and powerAnd dangerous Green team is theTRIPLE ALLIANCE The Yellow Team is theTRIPLE ENTENTE

Militarism And also, to defend against “the other side” Each nation built up forces And an arms racemoved FAST Describe what’shappening in thisvisual

Militarism

Imperialism How is thiscomparison going tocreate tension?German colonialempireBritish colonialempire

Economic Rivalry Increasing protective tariffs (after 1880) Become an “economic rivalry.” Some saw this an an act of war

Freedom of Seas One the war started, the Americans tradedwith both sides The British often stopped American shipsheaded to trade with Germany The Germans did the same but what wastheir “secret weapon” of the sea?

The Assassination that leads to war All of these tensions were in place, and were like acan of gasoline. Ready to explode! The prince of Austria, the Archduke Franz Ferdinandwas assassinated That was like throwing a match on the can of gas His assassination led quickly to a massive deadly war

Vids on Causes of War2 min overview e-franz-ferdinand-assassinatedGood 10 min explanation, good focus on Black Hand -of-Archduke-Franz-FerdinandGavrilo-PrincipIndian Lydel – WWI Channel – 9m (segment #1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation id annotation 1384867839&feature iv&list UUUcyEsEjhPEDf69RRVhRh4A&src vid ZmHxq28440c&v f11CKYB2FCA

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WWI MANIA! M MilitarismA AlliancesN NationalismI ImperialismA Assassination

WWI MANIA! M MilitarismA AlliancesN NationalismI ImperialismA Assassination FREEDOM OF SEAS

Vids on the Start of WarFull 6m explanation of the start of war https://www.youtube.com/watch?v gj2v7-0tAC0&feature relatedIndian Lydel – WWI Channel – 9m (segment #3)good for start of war – how a local conflict became global https://www.youtube.com/watch?v 1gHIykUyBb0&list UUUcyEsEjhPEDf69RRVhRh4A&index 16025 fast facts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v bRcKpWZOalo

LESSON #1 –World War 1 Begins (1/11) VOCABULARY Prussia in 1871 (184) Triple Alliance (184) Franco-Russian Alliance (184) Militarism (184) Triple Entente (185) Nationalism (185) Self-determination (185) Archduke Franz Ferdinand (185) ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS 1. What were the causes of WWI, using the acronym MANIA 2. What did the Archduke Franz .

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