History courses for your students
Do you want to save dozens of hours in time? Get your evenings and weekends back?
If so, you'll love our interactive history courses. Your students will be able to work through courses on specific history topics, track their progress, take quizzes to test their knowledge, and finish with a final assessment test.
Commonly known as the First World War (WWI), the Great War was a conflict between the European territories of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire against Great Britain, France, Russia and Italy. It began in 1914 and lasted until 1918. This war saw the emergence of new military tactics and technologies, including trench warfare and battle tanks.
Between 1914 and 1918, the First World War included many belligerent European nations. Even prior to the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in June 1914, the alliance system caused tensions to rise in Europe. The Central Powers created in 1882, and Triple Entente in formed 1907 already divided Europe. The battles fought during the war saw unprecedented levels of military advancement and destruction.
The First World War, which lasted between 1914 and 1918, was the deadliest war than any other military conflict that preceded it. Aside from the participation of several nations, WWI saw the emergence of advanced weapons, including tanks, poison gas, and submarines. Over the course of four years, the war killed 9 million military men, and over 7 million wounded.
This self-guided course is designed for you to work through on your own using the resources and suggested learning activities provided.
Over the three lessons in the course, you'll learn about the causes of the First World War, significant figures and battles & results and impacts of the War.