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LO to identify key causes of World War 1. Starter – . Can you name the two alliances that were formed before WW1? . Can you also name the countries?. Triple. . Alliance. Triple. Entente. Ge. …………………. ID: 407979

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Assassination

LO to identify key causes of World War 1

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Starter – Can you name the two alliances that were formed before WW1? Can you also name the countries?

Triple AllianceTriple EntenteGe…………………Br………………….Au…………-Hu……………Fr………………….It………………….Ru…………………

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Starter- Recap

In your books list the THREE main countries in both:The Triple AllianceThe Triple Entente

ItalyGermanyAustria-Hungary

Britain

Russia

France

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What sparked a domino effect to war in 1914?

Fuse 1 Fuse 2 Fuse 3 Fuse 4

Label each fuse

Around each fuse, explain how it contributed to tension in Europe in the early twentieth century.

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Which of these causes do you think had the biggest impact on the chain of events which unfolded after the murder in Sarajevo? Choose the two most importantWrite reasons for your decision the correct heading.

Militarism

Alliances

Imperialism

Nationalism

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Assassination: the spark that led to war

The Emperor of

Austria-Hungary

w

as

84. His heir was Archduke

Franz Ferdinand

.

On

28 June 1914 the Archduke and his wife visited Sarajevo,

the capital of Bosnia

. So did a group

of Bosnian

revolutionaries ready to die to

free their

people from Austria-Hungary.

They

had been trained in Serbia

.

That morning one

revolutionary threw a

bomb at the

royal

car. It

injured an officer

. Later the Archduke and his wife

went

to visit him in hospital.

Their driver

lost his

w

ay

in a

narrow

street. By chance, one of the

plotters

Cavrilo

Princip

, was nearby. He shot and

k

illed

the Archduke and his wife.

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Domino effect towards war.

The murder in Sarajevo triggered a string of events leading to the outbreak of war in Europe. Fill in the blank dominos to demonstrate the chronological events which unfolded after the murder of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

Assassination of Arch-Duke

UK declares war on Germany

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What were the causes of the First World War?

On your copy of the fishbone diagram, plan your answer to this question. You might want to divide into long and short term causes. What other categories could you use?

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