← Homewood WH9- 13.2 Test
4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- This was a German plan for winning WWI by throwing the majority of its forces against France, by attacking the French through Belgium, before turning their attention to Russia.
- Style of warfare in which troops fought each other from defensive ditches dug just miles apart from one another. This generally led to a stalemate.
- This was the theater of war that was in France. It pitted the Germans against the French and British (and later the Americans).
- This was the theater of war in Russia. It pitted the Russian against the Germans and Austrians.
3 True/False Questions
Stalemate → A situation in which neither side can gain the upper hand in war.
The Battle of the Somme → Major offensive by the Germans in February of 1916. Each side lost more than 300,000 men in this disastrous offensive.
The Battle of Tannenberg → Disastrous defeat of the Russians on the Eastern front as they were repulsed after trying to invade Germany.