1.1 World War One (in One Take)
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This iconic video provides a highly engaging introduction to World War 1. It not only covers the key events of the war itself, but looks at what happened in the years beforehand that led to the declaration of war.
This lesson contains:
- The chronology of World War One, from the 1914 assassination of Franz Ferdinand to the armistice in November 1918.
- An introduction to the European leaders that had the biggest impact on the outbreak of World War One.
- Influential and powerful figures, such as the Russian revolutionary, Vladimir Lenin, and the assassin, Gavrilo Princip.
- An insight into the contributions made by Commonwealth soldiers and women on the Home Front and the Western Front.