World War I primary document analysis pack
This resource includes 5 carefully curated primary sources to analyze that will enhance any WW1 unit. It is aligned to my World War I Unit Bundle. Each of the primary documents focuses on one aspect of World War 1 to analyze. Encourage your students to think deeply about the topics associated with WW1. You can also assign the analysis activities as homework. There is a PDF & a GOOGLE version of the primary documents so you can easily assign to your students if you are teaching virtually.
Primary documents include:
•excerpts of letters between the leader of the German Peace Delegation (Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau) and French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau
•newspaper article from the Washington Times about the killing of Czar Nicholas II and his family
•newspaper article from the New York Tribune about soldiers’ lives during the war
•telegram from Walter Page (US ambassador to the UK) to US Secretary of State Robert Lansing about the Zimmerman Telegram
•excerpts of telegrams between German Kaiser Wilhelm II and Russian Czar Nicolas II before entering WW1
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