WWI Weapons
Imperialism
Industrial Revolution
French Revolution
WWI Causes
100
Many soldiers lived in these during WWI

What are trenches?

100

European countries like Spain and Italy participated in the "Scramble" for which continent?

What is Africa?

100
This invention made the process of cleaning cotton easier. 

What is the cotton gin?

100

This is the word for the 24 million poor farmers in France.

What is "peasants"?

100
This year marks the beginning of WWI.

What is 1914?

200

This new WWI weapon allowed soldiers to enter enemy territory and travel over rough terrain

What are tanks?

200

This natural resource was needed as fuel for many new machines.

What is coal?

200

This invention was powered by the steam engine and allowed for faster travel across water.

What is the steamboat?
200
This is the word for the wealthy landowners in France.

What is "nobles"?

200

This is the spark that set off a chain reaction and caused the war to break out.

What is the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand?

300

The WWI version of this weapon required 6-12 men to operate one.

What is a machine gun?
300

This country took over an area in Central Africa called the Congo.

What is Belgium?

300

This is the country where the industrial revolution began.

What is England?

300

This is the year the French revolution began.

What is 1789?

300
This cause of World War I refers to "taking over land in other territories".

What is "imperialism"?

400

The use of these two gases was common in World War I.

What are mustard and chlorine?

400

The people in places like Africa, India, and Southeast Asia were used by European powers as cheap workers as well as what?

What is consumers?
400

This invention made the process of weaving easier?

What is the flying shuttle?

400

This is the word for the educated members of the third estate.

What is "bourgeoisie"?

400

This cause of World War I refers to "the building of up military power".

What is "militarism"?

500

This WWI weapon was commonly found on submarines

What is a torpedo?

500

Name one country in Africa that stayed independent.

What is Ethiopia or Liberia?

500

This German philosopher wrote about the problems of the industrial revolution and was known as the "father of Communism".

Who is Karl Marx?

500

This is the dictator that took over France after the Reign of Terror.

Who is Napoleon?

500
This alliance included France, Great Britain and Russia.

What is the Triple Entente?

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