World War 1

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World War 1 by Mind Map: World War 1

1. Diseases

1.1. lice

1.2. Rats

1.3. 1/3 Spanish flu

2. conscription

2.1. Conscription was introduced in January 1916, targeting single men aged 18-41.

2.1.1. 750,000 men appealed against their conscription in the first 6 months.

2.2. In August 1914 the British Government called for an extra 100,000 volunteer soldiers to come forward.

2.2.1. They got 750,000 men

2.3. Worked in fields

2.3.1. Digging dirt

2.3.2. Weed vegetable patches

3. Armies

3.1. Armies were larger and race to build military strength was feverish

3.1.1. The more one nation built up its army and navy, the more other nations felt they had to do the same.

4. Treatle of operations

4.1. Hundred days

4.1.1. August to November 1918

4.1.1.1. Variety in northeastern France arras,Cambrian etc

4.2. Vimy ridge

4.2.1. April 8-12 1917

4.2.1.1. A ridge in northwestern France

4.3. Somme

4.3.1. July-November 1918

4.3.1.1. Various sites a long the Somme river in france

4.4. Second ypes

4.4.1. April 22 to May 3 1915

4.4.1.1. Northwestern Belgium

4.5. Passchendaele

4.5.1. July-November 1917

4.5.1.1. Northwestern beigium,near Ypres

5. Imperialism

5.1. Imperialism is a system where a powerful nation rules and exploits one or more colonies

6. Militarism

6.1. The more one nation built up its army and navy, the more other nations felt they had to do the same.

6.1.1. Weapons

6.1.1.1. Tanks

6.1.1.2. Machine guns

6.1.1.3. Airplanes

6.1.1.4. Poison gas

6.1.1.5. Rifles

7. Nationalism

7.1. Nationalism led European nations to compete for the largest army and navy

8. Alliances

8.1. The six major powers of Europe were split into two alliances

8.1.1. Triple Entente

8.1.1.1. Britain

8.1.1.2. France

8.1.1.3. Russia

8.1.2. Triple Alliance

8.1.2.1. Germany

8.1.2.2. Austria-Hungary

8.1.2.3. Italy

9. Trenchees

9.1. Narrow ditches dug into the ground where soldiers lived all day and night.

9.2. Not much rest

9.3. World War 1 trenches were dirty, smelly and riddled with disease

10. government

10.1. Propangand

10.1.1. Propaganda is the organized dissemination of information to influence thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and actions.

10.1.1.1. Posters

10.1.1.2. Photograph

11. women

11.1. More rights

11.1.1. Vote

11.1.2. Jobs

11.2. worked in factories

11.2.1. high demand for weapons

11.3. Around 400 women died from overexposure to TNT during the war.

11.4. Worked in fields

12. kids

12.1. They raised money for men to go to war

12.1.1. Flag day

12.1.2. Badges

13. Europe in 1914

13.1. Triple entente

13.1.1. France

13.1.2. Russia

13.1.3. Great Britin

13.1.4. Untied States

13.1.4.1. Joined in 1917

13.2. Triple alliance

13.2.1. Germany

13.2.2. Audtria-Hungary

13.2.3. Italy

14. Canada's greate battales

14.1. War in air

14.1.1. Called " suicide service" because the technology was not as good

14.1.2. Pilots got better food, uniforms, warm beds

14.1.3. Life span was weeks

14.2. War in sea

14.2.1. 8800 Canadians that served with the Royal Navy

14.2.2. 1/4 ships leaving British ports were sunk

15. Started on

15.1. Canada was in the war because of Britain because we are allies

16. Ended on

16.1. Germany had formally surrendered on November 11, 1918,

17. Casualties

17.1. Over 38 million

17.2. 20 million wounded

17.3. Deadliest conflicts in human history