World War 1

1914-1918 By: Lele Lama

How it All Started

Serbia was mad at Austria-Hungary because they did not have their own country's rights. Austria-Hungry thought that they could rule over Serbia. A person that lived in Bosnia but was from Serbia murdered Franz Ferdinand, Archduke/Prince of Austria-Hungary and his wife Sophia, Duchess of Austria-Hungary. Then Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia.



Serbia was alliances with Russia, France, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, and in 1917

The Untied States, they were called the Allied Powers.

Austria-Hungary was allies with Germany, Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria. They were called the Central Powers.

Civilian Sacrifices

The Civilians had Wheatless Mondays and Meatless Tuesdays. That means Civilians have to go the day without meat or wheat (bread, cake, and other things that use wheat). Stores would have signs that said that they could not buy the product on that day.

Here are Some more Facts About the Sacrifices

What happened in World War 1?


In the war the soldiers would have trenches (big holes in the ground that would hide the men in battle.) The places they slept were dirty, filled with rats, lice, and diseases. It was not a good place to be.

New Attacts that WW1 brought

When WW1 was fought new items were brought to the wars... Tanks, Poisonous Gas, Gas Masks, Flares, Planes that were for war, and more.


People thought that this war would be "The War to End All Wars" but... No there was still a WW2 and more.

Names for WW1

"The Great War" and "The War to End All Wars"