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History 101B, Week 11 Notes

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History 101B, Week 11 Notes

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World War I
History of World Civ II
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History 101B, Wiesen
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Date Created: 03/10/16
World War I I. Was war expected?  No really expected war until it got closer  Unrealistic sketches  Prophecies of world peace conferences  Process of internalization 1. Connect through economy and emotion within links 2. 1897- first noble peace prize 3. Build brotherhood & sisterhood  Armies 1. Rite of passage into manhood 2. Loyalty, duty, and nationalism  World Court 1. Argues between certain countries  Why? 1. Imperialism? 2. Germans? 3. Who thee aggressor is? II. Origins of WWI a. Imperialism and alliances  Competing alliances  Keep people from going to war 1. So no one challenges you b. Militarism and the arms race  Building up of readiness of war  Governments took citizens into the army with training 1. Needs over experiences  Transformed warfare  HMS Ship 1. Extreme fire power c. Nationalism and ethnic conflict  Falling apart of the Ottoman Empire  Germany sided with Austria  Russia saw itself as protector of Slavic people  1914- Austria head of throne assassinated 1. Archduke Franz Ferdinand a. Leads to war III. The Great War a. Trench warfare  Western Front 1. Trenches 30ft deep 2. How stationary it was  Not just the West  Hundreds of miles of ditches  No Man’s Land  Christmas Truce of 1914 1. Greetings, pictures of families 2. Talking between enemies 3. Ended the night of Christmas  Battle of Verdun 1. Feb 1916 2. 3 months- 700,000 were killed or wounded b. Technology  Tanks, subs, planes, poison gas, machine guns  Propaganda 1. Flyers 2. News 3. Updates  Total War 1. Depended on everyone 2. Mobilized everyone on the home front 3. Home Front- women in charge of making weaponry & uniforms c. Internationalization of the War IV. Final thoughts Key Terms Internationalization World Court Spanish-American War (1898) Archduke Franz Ferdinand Western Front Battle of Verdun Propaganda Home Front Total War


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