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Ch 25: A World at War - WWI

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If you need assistance conjuring up memories about World War I details, try perusing the lessons in this A World at War chapter. These lessons will address the causes and effects of the war, and will also focus on its most significant battles.

A World at War - WWI - Chapter Summary

To brush up on your knowledge of World War I, take a moment to analyze the presented information in this chapter. Materials in the chapter offer you a timeline as well as a review of all the major events. After you complete each lesson, you should be able to recollect details about the following:

  • Events and other factors that started WWI
  • Most significant battles
  • Signing the Treaty of Versailles to end the war
  • Developing the League of Nations
  • Impact of war on American and European society

To get yourself ready for an upcoming exam, include our video lessons in every one of your study sessions. The videos provide an interactive and entertaining way to review. Instructors carefully guide you through the main points, helping you recall details you may have forgotten. You can also pause, rewind, or fast-forward videos as needed, and you can always re-watch the videos at any time. For instance, setting aside some binge-watching sessions right before an upcoming exam may prove as an effective test-cramming strategy.

Besides the video lessons, you can read through the lesson transcripts found below the videos. As you go through the information, you'll notice that the headers indicate the major topics within each lesson. Likewise, we've chosen to bold the vocabulary words, so you will instantly recognize what terms you need to memorize and review. Supporting points are addressed within each header section, and these points are often presented in a linear fashion.

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