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1 Who Am I : World War I Scattered throughout the room are statements about important people from World War I. Turn the card over to find out Who 2015 I Am. Then, write down the correct History name next the appropriate statement Gal. below. When you are done, you ll put all the information in an organizational chart. As a British officer posted in the Middle East, I played a key role in the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire. As a general, I led German troops to victory at Tannenberg. A month later, I became the commander in chief of the German land armies. As a member of the Serbian nationalist group called the Black Hand, I shot and killed Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife. As Germany s State Secretary for Foreign Affairs, I sent a telegram to Mexico to try to convince them to attack the United States. I abdicated in March 1917 after a revolution swept Russia. In July 1918, my family and I were murdered. I led German troops through a heavily fortified area of Belgium as part of the Schlieffen Plan. Some scholars say my ineffectiveness as a commander led to the German retreat at the Battle of the Marne. I was a British nurse who was captured by the Germans and later executed.? I was a Russian revolutionary and Communist theorist who helped Lenin. I was Commander-in-Chief of the French forces on the Western Front and was instrumental during the Battle of the Marne. I was emperor of Austria-Hungary at the start of World War I. I was emperor of the Ottoman Empire during World War I. Copyright 2015 History Gal.

2 I was French Prime Minster from I attended the Paris Peace Conference History Gal. I was President of the United States during World War I. I was Prime Minister of Great Britain from I attended the Paris Peace Conference. All rights reserved. I was Prime Minister of Italy during World War I. I attended the Paris Peace Conference. I was the Allied Supreme Commander on the Western Front. I was the British Commander during the Battle of the Somme offensive in I was the emperor of Germany during World War 1. My cousins were tsar Nicholas II of Russia and George V of Great Britain. I was the general in command of all American forces in Europe during World War I. I was the head of the British navy until I was demoted in In 1917, I became the British Minister of Munitions. My assassination sparked World War I. The Germans helped smuggle me into Russia where I successfully led a revolution. Now, use the information to complete the chart. Copyright 2015 History Gal.

3 Who Am I : World War I - KEY As a British officer posted in the Middle East, I played a key T.E. Lawrence Paul Von Hindenburg role in the Arab revolt against the Ottoman Empire. As a general, I led German troops to victory at Tannenberg. Gavrilo Princip A month later, I became the commander in chief of the German land armies. As a member of the Serbian nationalist group called the Black Hand, I shot and killed Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife. Arthur Zimmerman As Germany s State Secretary for Foreign Affairs, I sent a Nicholas II telegram to Mexico to try to convince them to attack the United States. I abdicated in March 1917 after a revolution swept Russia. In July Helmuth von Moltke 1918, my family and I were murdered. I led German troops through a heavily fortified area of Belgium Edith Cavell? as part of the Schlieffen Plan. Some scholars say my ineffectiveness as a commander led to the German retreat at the Battle of the Marne. I was a British nurse who was captured by the Germans and later executed. Leon Trotsky I was a Russian revolutionary and Communist theorist who helped Lenin. General Joffre I was Commander-in-Chief of the French forces on the Western Front and was instrumental during the Battle of the Marne. Franz Joseph I was emperor of Austria-Hungary at the start of World War I. Sultan Mehmed V I was emperor of the Ottoman Empire during World War I. Copyright 2015 History Gal.

4 Georges Clemenceau I was French Prime Minster from I attended the Paris Peace Conference. I was President of the United States during World War I. Woodrow Wilson David Lloyd George I was Prime Minister of Great Britain from I attended the Paris Peace Conference. I was Prime Minister of Italy during World War I. I attended Vittorio Orlando the Paris Peace Conference. General Ferdinand Foch I was the Allied Supreme Commander on the Western Front. Sir Douglas Haig I was the British Commander during the Battle of the Somme offensive in Kaiser Wilhelm II I was the emperor of Germany during World War 1. My cousins were tsar Nicholas II of Russia and George V of Great Britain. John J. Pershing I was the general in command of all American forces in Europe during World War I. Winston Churchill I was the head of the British navy until I was demoted in In 1917, I became the British Minister of Munitions. My assassination sparked World War I. Francis Ferdinand Vladimir Lenin The Germans helped smuggle me into Russia where I successfully led a revolution. Now, use the information to complete the chart. Copyright 2015 History Gal.

5 Copyright 2015 History Gal. World War I: Important People Name Country Important Fact/s Franz Joseph Francis Ferdinand Gavrilo Princip Kaiser William II Austria- Hungary Serbia (part of Austria Hungary) Helmuth von Moltke Paul Von Hindenburg Arthur Zimmerman Sultan Mehmed V Georges Clemenceau General Ferdinand Foch General Joffre France

6 Copyright 2015 History Gal. Name Country Important Fact/s David Lloyd George 2015 History Gal. Sir Douglas Haig T.E. Lawrence Winston Churchill Edith Cavell Nicholas II Vladimir Lenin Leon Trotsky Woodrow Wilson John J. Pershing Vittorio Orlando

7 Copyright 2015 History Gal. World War I: Important People - KEY Name Country Important Fact/s Franz Joseph Francis Ferdinand Emperor of Austria-Hungary at the start of World War I Gavrilo Princip Kaiser William II Austria- Hungary Austria- Hungary Serbia (part of Austria Hungary) Germany His assassination sparked World War I. Member of the Black Hand, shot and killed Francis Ferdinand Emperor of Germany, cousin to Nicholas II of Russia and George V of Great Britain. Helmuth von Moltke Germany Led German troops through Belgium as part of Schlieffen Plan, ineffectiveness as leader may have led to German retreat at the Marne. Paul Von Hindenburg Germany Led German troops to victory at Tannenberg, became commander-in-chief of all the German land armies. Arthur Zimmerman Germany Germany s Secretary for Foreign Affairs who sent a telegram to Mexico Sultan Mehmed V Ottoman Empire Emperor of Ottoman Empire during war Georges Clemenceau France Prime Minister of France from , attended Paris Peace Conference General Ferdinand Foch General Joffre France France Allied Supreme Commander on Western Front Commander-in-Chief of French forces on Western Front, instrumental during Battle of the Marne

8 Copyright 2015 History Gal. Name Country Important Fact/s David Lloyd George Great Britain Prime Minister of Great Britain from , attended the Paris Peace Conference Sir Douglas Haig Great Britain British Commander during the Battle of the Somme T.E. Lawrence Great Britain Officer posted in Middle east who played key role in Arab revolt against Ottoman Empire Winston Churchill Great Britain Head of British navy until demotion, later became Minister of Munitions Edith Cavell Great Britain Nurse who was captured and executed by Germans Nicholas II Russia Abdicated in March 1917 because of revolution, he and family killed in July 1918 Vladimir Lenin Russia Germans smuggled him into Russia, he led successful revolution Leon Trotsky Russia Revolutionary and Communist theorist who helped Lenin Woodrow Wilson United States President of the United States during World War I John J. Pershing United States Commander of American forces in Europe Vittorio Orlando Italy Prime Minister of Italy, attended Paris Peace Conference

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