World War I

Match the items on the right with the items on the left:
On June 28, 1914 this man was assassinated along with his wife by a Bosnian nationalist.
This early 20th Century alliance included the European countries of France, Great Britain and Russia.
I was the former chief of the German General Staff who planned Germany's war effort against France by a rapid invasion through Belgium.
This alliance of late 19th Century European countries included Germany and Austria.
The Germans took advantage of the battleship revolution and horrified Britain when they built these types of ships.
This pre-World War I power still remained, but was shrunken and broken up into independent countries such as Rumania and Czechoslovakia, after World War I.
During World War I, this country made numerous promises to both Arabs and Jews to gain their support for the Allied war effort.
After World War I, this country was banned from having an air force and could not have an army that exceeded 100,000 men.
I assassinated the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne on June 28, 1914.
As British Under-Secretary of the Admiralty, I authorized an attack on Turkey which was such a disaster that it almost cost me my entire political career.
After being invaded twice, in 1870 and 1914, I wanted to ensure that Germany would never again be a threat to my country.
In 1914 Austia-Hungary declared war against this nation knowing that it risked setting off a larger European conflict.
This country along with Austia-Hungary signed an armistice on December 15, 1917 which terminated their effort in World War I.
This battle took place in France from July to November 1916 during which a million casualties were sustained by both sides.
This rigid airship was used for air raids by Germany during World War I.
This was negotiated in 1919 during the Paris Peace Conference which resulted in the end of World War I.
This organization was created in 1919 during the Paris Peace Conference. It's major purpose was to protect the world against the threat of war.
To justify Germany's obligation to pay, the Allies included this clause during the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 where Germany accepted the sole responsibility for causing World War I.
These were cut throughout battlefield fronts in Europe to protect troops from artillery and machine gun fire during World War I.
This event took place between France and Germany from February to December 1916 which resulted in nearly 700,000 casualties.
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