End of WW1

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GCSE History Mind Map on End of WW1, created by leahpearson98 on 05/25/2015.

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End of WW1
  1. USA joined

    Annotations:

    • 6th April 1917
    1. Why

      Annotations:

      • + lusitania +unrestricted submarine warfare was reinstated - angered them + Zimmerman telegram - Germany promised mexio land in America if they helped Germany and attacked
      1. Effect

        Annotations:

        • Fresh troops - uninjured etc. more troops available - 500,000 a month money = technology
        1. If they hadn't?

          Annotations:

          • ludendorffwould have likely succeeded and so they would have broken stalemate and had a high chance of winning
        2. Russia left

          Annotations:

          • November 1917
          1. Why

            Annotations:

            • Widespread starvation they had mobilised too quickly in the first place failure of the brusilov offencive lack of technology new government left - bought into power by the Bolshevik revolution
          2. Germany withdrew

            Annotations:

            • we all agreed a ceasefire - no one surnedered guns fell silent 11th November 1918
            1. why
              1. USA joined

                Annotations:

                • bought more euipment, money and troops help allied troops very much in the ludendorff
                1. British blockades

                  Annotations:

                  • since 1914 by 1917 Germany was in big trouble and were near starvation
                  1. failure of ludendorff

                    Annotations:

                    • the Ludendorff offensive was Germanys attempt to break the stalemate it looked as though it was going to work german troops got too far ahead for their supplies - the beginning of the 100 days the 100 days - when british troops advanced forwards and won
                    1. what

                      Annotations:

                      • attempted to break stalemate intended to draw forces away from the channel that was essential for their supply routes and then attack them Britain and france knew it was coming Germany suffered many injuries from irreplaceable units took longer because of USA
                      1. 100 days

                        Annotations:

                        • last 100 days of the offensive where British forces advanced forwards and won
                        1. why

                          Annotations:

                          • germans moved too fast for supplies germans suffered a lot of injuries in irreplaceable units USA joined the allied sides and helped prolong it, they could supply fresh troops and new equipment, compared to Germany's weary troops.
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