World History Homework Eleven Answers - Student Ten

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Nate H

April 23, 2009

World History

Homework Assignment 11

1. The Great War was a very terrible war. Today we know it as World War I. It was called the Great War because millions of men died. It was also a war without much strategy. There were two allied sides. The Central Powers were Austria, Germany, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire. On the other side were Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Japan, and the United States.


2. The Triple Entente won World War I. In the end a peace treaty was signed, but it was a very ineffective peace treaty. It effectively started World War II.

Correct again!

3. Verdun was struggle that basically accomplished nothing. It just took the lives of many men. The Germans were attacked Verdun, France. 220,000 soldiers died and double that number was wounded. This battle took about 10 months to finish.

Good, may use as a model.

4. In 1917 a Communist Revolution started in Russia. This revolution occurred because Russia was weakened and needed a change in how it was run.

OK, could say a bit more. (Minus 1).

5. One aspect during the “Science and Art in the Early 20th Century” is the Big Bang Theory. The Big issue with this was whether the universe had an origin or initial moment. I do not believe in the Big Bang theory.


6. A European colony in the 20th century was New Zealand. Great Britain had New Zealand involved in a operation during World War I. The operation turned out to be a failure, and New Zealand lost a lot of men. After that failure, New Zealand wanted to leave the control of Britain.


7. The economic problems today are similar in ways and different in other ways to the Great Depression. Today some people are still spending money. In the Great Depression Almost nobody would spend money unless they had to. Government was not becoming bigger during the Great Depression like it is today.

Good, except government did expand during the Great Depression also.
69/70.--Andy Schlafly 09:22, 26 April 2009 (EDT)