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Events In World War 1 (By Nate Feko)

Explore events, things, places, people, with everyone's favorite, Nate Feko! My project is about the worlds first global conflict, World War 1 (if you couldn't tell already).

Treaty Of Versailles (Events in World War 1 Part 10)
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Treaty Of Versailles (Events in World War 1 Part 10)

In 1919, France made this treaty so the war they fought could finally draw to an end.

A. If we didn't do anything about the war, the war could've lasted for years, and the allies could've lost, or worse.

B. Like I said before, this war could've dragged on, and perhaps my great grand parents wouldn't have my grand parents who will have my parents who will have me, or some time paradox thing.

C. We remember the people who served and we remember our allies and friends, for example, there might be a 100 year anniversary (give or take a few years) of the battle of Verdun.

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Last Battle (Events in World War 1 Part 9)
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Last Battle (Events in World War 1 Part 9)

During this battle, the allied forces traveled 7 miles on the 8th of August, 1918, the battle ended on the 11th of November, and this battle was the last battle of the Great War.

A. This was the end of the greatest conflict in human history (so far).

B. If the US never stopped Germany, we all might be speaking German

C. Some of the equipment is still there sort of like a museum, for example, the link below.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Capturedgermanartillery.JPG

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Events in World War 1 (Part 8)
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Events in World War 1 (Part 8)

This battle was the first battle the United States was in, and it was a blood bath of 1,067 casualties.

A. This was the first battle the US was in.

B. My relatives were in the war

C. Just like all soldiers who die, they get put in military graves.

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People in World War 1 (Part of this project so this is actaully part 7)
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People in World War 1 (Part of this project so this is actaully part 7)

Thomas Woodrow Wilson (December 28, 1856 – February 3, 1924) was the president during World War 1, and made congress let US be in the war.

A. He wanted us to help out with the allies in Europe.

B. He seems like an interesting guy if you read the wiki on him

C. He is one of our presidents, so of course we remember him, we remembered George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, etc.


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Events in World War 1 (Part 6)
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Events in World War 1 (Part 6)

Why the US got into the war was because on May 1915, a German U-boat sank the British liner Lusitania, killing 1,198, including 129 Americans. This pressure Wilson (the president for the time) into US joining the war, but then we joined in 1917.

A. This was the time we entered into the war, ending our neutrality (us keeping away from war).

B. My ancestors were probably in the war (i dont know i dont have a time machine)

C. The vets are stilled remembered and honored today (like most vets)

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Events in World War 1 (Part 5)
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Events in World War 1 (Part 5)

The first use of a tank was during World War 1, now basically every army has a tank.

A. We gave supplies to help build the tanks to our allies

B. Has no effect on me, but tanks are cool
(side note, i didnt know what to put down for this)

C. Every modern military has a tank or some kind of vehicle

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Events in World War 1 (Part 4)
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Events in World War 1 (Part 4)

This battle was a huge one for the French, it happened on February 21st to December 18 of 1916, This was also the bloodiest battle there was in World War 1.

A. A year later we would enter the war (the war happened in 1916)

B. The only effect it has on me was that this battle happened on the day of my birth

C. There's a memorial in Verdun to honor these brave men (talking about the allies, not so sure about the Germans)

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Events in World War 1 (Part 3)
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Events in World War 1 (Part 3)

Even though the US didn't join till later in the war, we did help out the allies (Britain, France, etc.)

A. This was very important for the whole nation because this help us make what America is, hard workers.

B. My ancestors probably helped out, either in America or in Europe.

C. This event represents us today because we (well most of us) are hard working men and woman who help out others.


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Events in World War 1 (Part 2)
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Events in World War 1 (Part 2)

This battle was the first battle of the war, it happened from the 6th to 10th of September of 1914, involving the French, British as our allies, and Germany as the enemies, this battle happened on the outskirts of France.

A. Since this was the first battle of World War 1, this will obviously lead the allies to more battles, then in 1917, while still at war, we, the united states entered the war.

B. This effects me as a person because I always wanted to know how the war started, other than the Austrian dude who died.

C. There's a memorial in France honoring the soldiers, mostly french who died in this war.


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Events in World War 1 (Part 1)
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Events in World War 1 (Part 1)

This is the beginning of "The Great War" or World War 1

A. This event had a huge in pact for us as a whole nation because this is the first world wide war we were in, but not till late in the war, 1917 to be exact.

B. This has an in pact on me because I'm very interested in this topic, and if it didn't happen, well then I wouldn't make this project

C. This event can affect us today because if this event didn't happen then we wouldn't get in a war, nor have any allies or enemies, nor anything really, man early 20th century was boring...



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