Impacts on first world war , Treaty of Versailles, - Coggle Diagram
Impacts on first world war
working in factrories in factories instead of at home
woman became more powerful because they were in charge of making the weapons
changes rolls women
british trenches became more powerfull because they could hold more wepons,
they made the trenches smarter on the techniques they used
religions were less respected
Jews and Catholics were inferior to Protestants.
. The loyalty to the same God and same country helped soldiers put aside their religious differences for the good of the war
Economy started to decline
Britain went into debt
debt to forgein countries
higher unemployment level
Kaiser in exile
War humillation (needed to pay war reparation)
Cesion of colonies
Danzing create as a port city semi-control by the poles
Austria-Hungarian empire desintigrate
Massive War reparation (Austria and Hungary)
Won Africa colonies
won Papua New guinea
Won a massive war reparation
old territories from Prusso-french war
Civil war because depression
Won pacific islands (german)
Recognition as super power
Gets germans colonys at china (Qingdao)
Treaty of Serves (ottoman empire divide)
This weapon could fire up to 600 bullets per minute.
Very heavy and manned by up to three men, it was used as a defensive weapon.
Trenches were essential in protecting soldiers from machine gun fire.
Big heavy guns
fired large shells designed to cause maximum damage to enemy fortifications like trench systems, dug-outs and barbed wire were used.
zig-zagged their trenches to limit the effects of a blast.
The more soldiers they had the stronger they were
Tanks were developed in order to break the deadlock and as a way to cross no-man’s land.
They were first used at the Battle of the Somme. However, they often broke down, got stuck in the mud and ran out of fuel.
The strong smell may provide adequate warning to people that they are exposed. Chlorine gas appears to be yellow-green in color.
Phosgene was used extensively during World War I as a choking (pulmonary) agent.
Sulfur mustard is a type of chemical warfare agent. These kinds of agents cause blistering of the skin and mucous membranes on contact.
It was also called mustard gas because it was very yellow
Gas masks were used to prevent breathing in gas
The use of wind
To blow the gas into trenches
They dug trenches, moved supplies, and cleared battlefields.
protecting the national interest at sea.
The Royal Navy's Grand Fleet patrolled the North Sea, laid mines and cut off access to the Channel, curtailing the movements of the German High Seas Fleet and preventing merchant ships from supplying Germany with raw materials and food.
By maintaining a blockade of enemy ports it hoped to cut off supplies from the outside world.
Treaty of Versailles