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OF MAJOR EVENTS
1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary Assassinated
1914, Panama Canal Opened
1914, World War I Begins in Europe
1914, Charlie Chaplin Films Are Produced
1915, Germans Sink the Lusitania
1917, United States Enters War I
1917, Balfour Declaration, partitioned the Ottoman Empire
1918, Armistice and World War I Ends
1919, Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations
1920, Radio Broadcasting Begins
1922, USSR is Formed
1926, Hirohito Become Emperor of Japan
1927, Talking Pictures Begin
Winston (England, 1874-1965)—Soldier, Writer,
Georges Benjamin(France, 1841-1929)—Premier of
France during World War I
T. E. (Wales, 1888-1935)—Soldier and Author:
Lawrence of Arabia, Army Intelligence, Revolt in the
David (England, 1863-1945)—Prime Minister of
Henry Cabot (Massachusetts, 1850-1924)—Politician
and Author: League of Nations
II (Russia, 1868-1918)—Russian Czar: Joined Allies
John J. (Missouri, 1860-1948)—Army Commander
Eddie. (Ohio, 1890-1973)—American Ace, fighter
Jim (Oklahoma, 1886-1953)—Athlete
II, Kaiser ( Germany, 1859-1941)—German Emperor
Woodrow (Virginia, 1856-1924)—28th President
(1913-1921): Prohibition, Women’s Suffrage, Clayton
Antitrust Act, Child Labor Law, League of Nations
Sergeant Alvin C. (Tennessee, 1887-1964) —American
corporal, WWI Hero
War I Thematic Writing Paper - use for reports.
and do activities from The
First World War . (Includes poetry, war diaries,
photos, and more).
War I, Thematic Unit - Teacher Created Resources
two maps: One of Europe before the war and one of Europe
after the war. Show the boundaries of the new independent
states (Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Czechoslovakia,
Yugoslavia, Austria, Hungary, and Finland).
on the Net: World
War I worksheets.
page - Sergeant
to these stories
of World War I.
War I diaries, letters, scrapbooks, and more.
of World War I Quiz.
Wilson coloring page.
And don't forget! When you're done, be sure to add what
your children did for World War I to your copy of The