A Primeira Guerra Mundial e seu Aftermath-Learning Outvêm
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A Primeira Guerra Mundial e seu Aftermath-Learning Outvêm

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    Catherine M.
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    Catherine M.

    very interesting and enjoyable course

    Steve R.
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    Steve R.

    Interested in learning more about hoe modern Europe was formed.

    Obed S.
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    Obed S.

    Why is the incomplete signal next to this lessons name?

    Shaun B.
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    Shaun B.

    What would have happened if Great Britain had stayed out of World War One.

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    Susan G.
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    Susan G.

    This course show how political alliances supported each other through warfare. Describe how thousands of soldiers lost their lives in the trench warfare. It will show how the battles of the east and west won and lost. Treaty of Versaille was very harsh on the German ecomony. Leading to much anger within the people who were suffering so much as they were completly blamed for start of the great war.

    Susan G.
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    Susan G.

    Germany was an allie of Austria-Hungary So stood beside them when they declared war on Serbia after assasination of Archduke Franz Ferdenand by Gavrili Princip. The Russians and France and britain were allies so Russia began to mobilise their troops, towards Germany. The Germans wanted to gain access to France by going into Belgium. This act upset the British so the declared war on the Germans on 4th august 1914. There were two battles on the western front one in Verdun in 1916 and one on the Somme both brutal and thousand of lives were lost. The Germans beat the Russians on the eastern front . Yhey signed a peace trearty together giving the Germans lots of russian lands , but as Germany lost the war they had to return it all back. When the Germans were finally defeated. The allies decided a peace treaty should be made by them for them all except Germany, who having been the cause of so much pain and suffering in the war. That the would be made to pay. They had to pay millions of dollars in compensation. Also all Germanys colonies in Asia Africa and in Alcace were taken up by the allies. The map of the world changed in context and direction especially for Germany much of its industrial territories were seized and resulting in the allies taking vast amounts of coal and steel. This Treaty was to become the start of the League of Nations.

    Daniela A.
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    Daniela A.

    What was the role of women during WW1?

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