"Europe In 1914" Map Activity

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Name: ____________________________________________ Period: _________
Kirby-CHS
_____________________________
 Allied Powers
 Central Powers
 Neutral Countries
 Neutral nations that joined Allies later
 Neutral nations that joined Central Powers
later
Use the textbook or the web sites listed below to help you complete the map activity. Be sure to
read through the questions associated with each web site.
Europe on the Eve of WWI, 1914
http://www.wwnorton.com/college/history/ralph/resource/wwi.htm
The Western Front, 1914 - 1918
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/worldwars/wwone/launch_ani_western_front.shtml
The Great War
http://www.pbs.org/greatwar/maps/
1. Label the map: EUROPE 1914
2. Label the following bodies of water
 Mediterranean Sea
 North Sea
 Baltic Sea
 Atlantic Ocean
 English Channel
3. Label the following countries
 France
 Great Britain
 Germany
 Russia
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


4. Label the following cities
 Berlin
 St Petersburg
 Paris
 London
 Rome
 Vienna
Austria-Hungary
Italy
Ottoman Empire
Serbia




Belgium
Romania
Bulgaria
Greece
 Belgrade
5. Coloring: Color in the Countries;
Use colored pencils!!!
 Allied Powers: Green
 Central Powers: Red
Shade in the
countries; make sure
your map is neat.
 Neutral Countries: Yellow
 Neutral nations that joined Allies later: Blue
 Neutral nations that joined Central Powers later: Purple
Questions
1. Why would Germany worry about the alliance between France and Russia?
2. Based on the map (and graph on p. 378 in the text), which alliance had a greater
advantage in 1914? Explain.
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