WWI

Events

Assasiantion of Archduke Franz Ferdinand

June 28, 1914

Austria-Hungary vs Serbia

July 28, 1914

Germany vs Russia

August 1, 1914

Germany vs France

August 3, 1914

United Kingdom vs. Germany

August 4, 1914

Austria-Hungary vs. Russia

August 6, 1914

Serbia vs. Germany

August 6, 1914

President Woodrow Wilson announces U.S. remains neutral

August 19, 1914

Battle of Tannenberg begins

August 26, 1914

First battle of the Marne

September 5, 1914

Battle of Ypres begins

October 19, 1914

The unofficial Christmas truce is declared

December 24, 1914

Germany declares a "war zone" around Great Britain

February 4, 1915

The Dardanelles Campaign begins

February 19, 1915

Second battle of Ypres

April 22, 1915

Battle of Gallipoli

April 25, 1915

Battle of Verdun

February 21, 1916

Longest and bloodiest

Battle of Jutland

May 31, 1916

Battle of Somme

July 1, 1916

Tanks introduced

Russian Tsar Nicholas II resigned

March 15, 1917

US declares war on Germany

April 6, 1917

Third battle of Ypres

July 31, 1917

Bolsheviks overthrow Russian gov.

November 7, 1917

US President Woodrow Wilson issues Fourteen Points to peace

January 8, 1918

Russia signs Treaty of Brest Litovsk

March 3, 1918

Peace treaty between Russia and Central Powers

Germany signs a truce at Compiegne, France

November 11, 1918

Fighting ends on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month

Treaty of Versailles officially ends WWI

June 28, 1919