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World War I
The Great War (PBS Resource)- - The lesson plans offered in this section are designed to enrich classroom study of World War I and were designed for middle and high school students. Each lesson could also be modified to be conducted at home. The lessons only reference content that exists on the Great War site, not the program.
The Great War: Evaluating the Treaty of Versailles - What were the aims and motives of the victorious powers in drawing up the Treaty of Versailles? Was the Treaty a fair one? Was the German response justfied?
World War I and its Aftermath - Examining nationalism during World War I. Discusses the role nationalism played in European countries right before the beginning of World War I. Debate whether nationalism was a positive or negative influence.
United States Entry into World War I: Two Diametrically Opposed Views - American foreign policy continues to resonate with the issues involved in the entry of the United States into World War I—unilateralism versus foreign alliances, the responsibilities of power, the influence of the military-industrial complex on foreign policy, the use of force to accomplish idealistic goals. Understanding the choices the Wilson administration made and their consequences provides insight into international affairs in the years since the end of the Great War and beyond.
First World War Primary Documents - Included here are archive documents signed in the late 1830s which bore relevance to the outbreak of war some 75 years later, as well as memos, letters, treaties and the text of speeches throughout the war and beyond.
World War I Primary Documents - Included here are archive documents signed in the late 1830s which bore relevance to the outbreak of war some 75 years later, as well as memos, letters, treaties and the text of speeches throughout the war and beyond.
The Treaty of Versailles - This link details the full contents of the Peace Treaty of Versailles, signed on 28 June 1919 by Germany and the Allied powers at the Palace of Versailles. A sizeable document, the treaty featured some 440 Articles, with the addition of numerous Annexes.
World War I Maps / The Great War Maps
Europe on the Eve of World War One - 1914
Animated Map of the Western Front 1914-1919
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