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Causes and Effects of WWI - Chapter Summary
This chapter covers the essential events that changed the world following WWI. The lessons are designed to help you study the effects of WWI, changes in the economic balance of the world following the Great War, and the timeline of the Russian Revolution of 1917. By the end of this chapter, you should be able to:
- Recall and detail the causes of and effects of WWI
- Describe the characteristics of the war, from trench warfare to propaganda
- List the political, social, and economic consequences of this war
- Summarize reasons and impact of the Russian Revolution of 1917
- Explain how the Russian Revolution led to the development of the U.S.S.R.
Use the videos, text lessons, and practice quizzes to refresh and assess your knowledge of the cause and effects of WWI. All courses are taught by professional instructors who are available for any additional help you may need. Don't forget to use your Dashboard to track the progress of the lessons you have completed.
1. World War I: Causes, Characteristics & Effects
In this lesson, we will identify the causes, characteristics, and effects of World War I. We will highlight key figures, events, and developments that relate to these aspects of World War I.
2. Economic, Social & Political Consequences of the Great War
In this lesson, we will explore the consequences of World War I. We will learn about the political, economic, and social impact the war had on the United States and Europe.
3. The Russian Revolution: Timeline, Causes & Effects
In this lesson, we will examine the Russian Revolution. We will see what events led to the revolution, and we'll learn how the revolution impacted Russia's involvement in World War I.
4. The U.S.S.R.: History & Creation
In this lesson, we will learn about the creation of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, commonly referred to as the Soviet Union. We will learn what events brought about the emergence of the Soviet Union, and how it has impacted the course of world history.
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