On the Battlefield

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Social Studies
World War I

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On the Battlefield

Vocab:No man's land: an area between opposing armies, over which no control has been establishedStalemate: any position or situation in which no action can be taken or progress made; deadlockPoison Gas: any of various toxic gases, especially those used in chemical warfare to kill or incapacitate on inhalation or contactTrench Warfare: combat in which each side occupies a system of protective trenches

On the Battlefield

Autumn Thompson

Two weapons that were used in the civil war were the machine gun and tanks. The machine gun allowed people to rapidly fire bullets at their enemys. Machine guns were the cause of the majority of deaths in World War 1. Tanks were used also, but could only hold few people at a time. They also were not able to travel across trenches so they were not as popular.

Western Front

Date: 3 August 1914 – 11 November 1918Location: Belgium and northeastern FranceResult: The German Empire collapsed and the Treaty of Versailles was made- Series of trenches from Belgian cost to Swiss boarder (700 miles long)

Trench Warfare

Western Front

World War 1

Poison Gas


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