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4C Wednesday, April 5, 2017 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reportel We're learning about the first war... www.readingclubfun.com == ..that involved countries all over the world. world War I began in 1914, it was a war that mainly involved European countries and Russia, " . The U.S was not involved, but did agree more with one side, called the Allies Germany. part of the other side, the Central Powers, became angry I with bank loans and ships bringing cargo to Britain (its enemy)i Germany I threatened to use its submarines to sink any ships going to Britain - even merican ships. So the U.S, on April 6, 1917, declared war on Germany. .,) How Did the War Begin? 4 SUb . 10 Why Did the u.S. Get'Involved? - Europe #rines . . . . . 8 during the first Christmas 5 ___ of the war (1914) some _____ / :St e G e soldiers __ on both sides agreed to stop ships 14 fighting; they sang songs, 13 J 1 r gave some small gifts of - -- food - and some even v ar took part in a football game -- 9 France built a fake city of J Read my clues about WWl to fill in the crossword puzzle: 1. in 1914, people in the small country of Serbia (in __ did not want the Emperor of the large nation of Austria-Hungary to their north to rule their country' 2. when the Austrian-Hungarian Franz Ferdinand and his wife visited Serbia, they were killed while riding in their carriage 3. this was seen as an act of and the countries of Bulgaria, Italy, Germany and the Ottoman Empire sided with Austria-Hungary (Italy later switched sides) 4. France, Great and Russia lined up with Serbia 5. at the beginning of the war, ____ had the largest army in the world and sent the most soldiers 6. were used for the first time during this war; J at first called 'land ships'; the British shipped them in crates that were su to be holding water tanks 7. soldiers dug __; lived and fought in them 2~ __ hoping to confuse enemy fighter pilots", ) 10. the U.S joined in WWl (1917) after Germany's -",we 9 sank American ships and Germany tried 8 J } ' I treaty to get Mexico to side with them by promising --"1 land that Mexico had earlier lost to the U.S. 11. German U-boats sank over 5,000 'o 11 L I 12. was the first war fought by countries all over theand was so terrible, people felt that it must be the "War to End All Wars', 13. at the end of WWl (1919), Germany, Austria and Turkey had to sign a giving up their colonies (lands they had taken over) 14. new I wOrld In Flanders Fields' - By John McCrae "x __ were drawn, some In Flanders fields the poppies blow I countries added land, t Between the crosses, row on row, / some new countries were created I That mark our place; and in the sky / I The larks, still bravely singing, fly / toolargely - thetomap the of one Europe we see changed today LScarce heard amid the guns below.)/ How Did Animals Help the Soldiers? During the course of World War I, animals'helped the soldiers in many ways. Some were mascots and cheered up the troops. Some animals saved soldiers' lives. Can you match each to how it was known to help the soldiers? A: carried soldiers; pulled wagons donkey B. born on French battlefield (1916); lifted hoof in salute; carried supplies and injured soldiers 1. Jimmy the C. brought overseas by American soldier; Life Pc and During the war, family life changed. 1. A lot of men went to war so women filled their jobs. T F 2. With moms working in factories, many children grew up without a parent home all day. T F 3. Boy and Girl Scouts of America handed out pamphlets on how to buy candy to support 2. Winnipeg the bear smelled gas and alerted soldiers, saving lives; In England a lot of food had to be sent the soldiers. 3 Set eant Stubb do thought to be the greatest war dog of all time T F g y (g) ....... . i to the soldiers in the field, so people ..... 4 horses u. worKea TOr Hen L;ross; went onto battlefields at home were asked to save as much 4. Dnea' Tooas KepI a to reach wounded men; used to guard soldiers food asthey could The government long time so demand 5 terriers E. trained to kill rats in the trenches; were called ,,, oh,,,* for them rose. / ~;iV~ UUI. V~,E;t/MO OU I.I IO.I, /UUM~.,~ IH OHUI I, ,, . ' 4/ "ratters"; saved troops from bites and diseases , supnly would be:shared fairly T F plge0ns#17 E flew with messages; very dependab e, su ar, meat, flour, butter " 5. When people went to . g . , , see a movie, a film news 7. German and information they carried saved lives and milk G black bear cub brought overseas from Canada reel w.ould be shown first. o, . lJ.o as a mascot, donated to the London Zoo T F . . ' ' A wi~nipegtheb~~~w~sb~~ghtbyV~te~i~~ri~~Lt~H~~ry~~~~b~~~~~~hiswayt~E~g~~~dd~~i~gw~~~dwa~~~~ Use this kev' When his regiment moved out from England, he loaned the black bear cub to the London Zoo. There the bear /- Y Yellow S'eclal Sto", became so beloved that Harry donated it to the zoo. Afew years later, writer A. A. Milne visited the zoo w'th his I = "!1 This Week the Fun Page is Sponsored by. Calvary Chapel 1953 E. Main Street Quincy (Next to Sav-Mor) Calvary Book Store from 9am-Spm