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Start and end of WW1
28 July 1914 – 11 November 1918
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Name of man who killed Franz Ferdinand
Gavorilo Pricip
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Why people wanted to go
Not seen as cowards, Patriotism, Nationalism
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3 WW1 trench sectors
Ypres sector, Arras sector, Somme sector
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An example of a key battle
Battle of the Somme
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Franz Ferdinand assassination date
28 June 1914
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Diseases/injury's
Scurvy, Trench foot, shrapnel
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Hospitalization method
stretcher bearers, Mini checkup to prevent death, Hospital motor engine ,Casualty Clearing Stations, Hospital train, Base Hospital
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R.A.M.C
Royal Army Medical Corps
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Casualties:Deaths:Wounded
41 million:18 million:23 million
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Year 15 Arras sector casualties and deaths
90,000:25,000
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Year 16 Arras sector casualties and deaths
Very little
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Year 17 Arras sector casualties and deaths
160,000:40,000
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Rush to colours
Civilians joining for the army + two weeks of training
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What percentage of land to the British own
around a quarter
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Triple Entente
founded in 1907
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Different trench lines
Front line, support line, reserve line, rest
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2 million
German army size
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120,000
British army size
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Name of man who killed Franz Ferdinand

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Gavorilo Pricip

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Why people wanted to go

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Card 4

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3 WW1 trench sectors

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An example of a key battle

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