What was the nickname of Germany's large howitzer?
Who was the hero of the Battle of Argonne?
What German flying ace shot down 80 enemy aircraft?

World War I

World War I’s original name before WW II............................ The Great War
His assassination started the war...................... Archduke Francis Ferdinand
City where Francis Ferdinand was assassinated............................. Sarajevo
Germany, Austria-Hungary alliance...................................... Central Powers
Britain, France, and Russia alliance...................................... Triple Entente
General of U.S. Armies, 1918........................ Gen. John “Blackjack” Pershing
French leader........................................................... Georges Clemenceau
German leader.............................................................. Kaiser Wilhelm II
German flying ace .......Baron Manfred von Richtofen (The Red Baron, 80 kills)
Maker of Richtofen’s airplane type................................................... Fokker
American flying ace...................................................... Eddie Rickenbacker
Battle that stopped German advance, 1914............. First Battle of the Marne
British passenger liner sank, May, 1915........................................ Lusitania
British-German naval battle for the North Sea, 1916............ Battle of Jutland
Major French/German battle, 1916..................................... Battle of Verdun
Start of Allied offensive, 1918........................... Second Battle of the Marne
French Marshal at the Battle of the Marne............... Marshall Ferdinand Foch
Hero of the Battle of Argonne................................................... Alvin York
Female spy for Germany in France.............................................. Mata Hari
Mata Hari’s native country................................................ The Netherlands
Ill-fated Turkish landing site....................................................... Gallipoli
Woodrow Wilson’s post-war policy ..................................... Fourteen points
Belgian cemetery .............................................................. Flanders Field
German 43-ton Howitzer......................................................... “Big Bertha”
British nurse executed by the Germans............................ Dame Edith Cavell
Salvation Army worker..................................................... Evangeline Booth
Treaty ending the war.................................................. Treaty of Versailles

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