How Did WW1 End? Timeline Poster

Resource added: 03 December 2021

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Download How Did Ww1 End

Download this classroom poster to help your students better understand how the First World War ended.

We’ve designed this poster as a visual aid to help your history students better understand the end of WW1!

If you’re teaching the First World War, this poster will be a fantastic addition to your classroom display.

It illustrates the events that led up to the end of WW1, from Russia signing the armistice with the Central Powers in December 1917, through to the Spring Offensive, the Hundred Days Offensive and the breaking through of the Hindenburg Line. It ends, of course, with the signing of the Armistice and the Treaty of Versailles.

We hope this timeline poster helps your students to better understand the events that led to the end of the First World War, and even starts some classroom discussions around how and why the war turned in 1918, leading to an eventual Allied victory.

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