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MISSION

Introduction

ADVENTURe

BREAKOUT

Start

1. Bosnia

2. Western Front

3. Eastern Front

4. United States

5. Versailles

CHOOSE YOUR DESTINATION

START

Welcome to the spark of WW1.Here, an assassination will begin it all.

WELCOME to Bosnia

Serbia

Balkan

Bulgaria

Gavrilo Princip, the assassin of the Archduke & his wife, was a nationalist of what country?

QUESTION 01

Ottoman Empire

Austria-Hungary

Germany

Kaiser Wilhelm II was the leader of what country before WW1?

QUESTION 02

Their economy was not prepared to go to war.

The loss of life

Intervention by other Triple Entente countries

Why did Austrio-Hungarian leaders fear starting a war?

QUESTION 03

700,000

500,000

300,000

How many women entered the workforce in England during WW1?

QUESTION 04

France

Serbia

Russia

Austria-Hungary sent an ultimatum to ________ with harsh terms.

QUESTION 05

4Password for Next Portion:What is the only word in the dictionary spelled wrong?

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The first number is:

CONGRATULATIONS

1. Bosnia

2. Western Front

3. Eastern Front

4. United States

5. Versailles

CHOOSE YOUR DESTINATION

Riddle 1 more time?

START

The Trenches Await You

WELCOME TO The Western Front

Netherlands

Switzerland

Belgium

Germany invaded France through what neutral European country?

Question 1

Enormous Siege Cannons

Tanks

Poison Gas

The Germans assaulted Liege by using the most powerful weapons in their arsenal, which were what?

QUESTION 02

Close a Million Casualties

Close to 10 Million Casualties

Close to 100,000 Casualties

How many troops did German & French forces lose in the Battle of Verdun?

QUESTION 03

All Quiet on the Western Front

Schindler's List

Saving Private Ryan

Battles of the Western Front inspired this art work, later turned into a movie.

QUESTION 04

475 Miles

300 Miles

1,000 Miles

How many miles long was the Western Front?

QUESTION 05

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Password for the Next Portion:

The second number is:2

CONGRATULATIONS

1. Bosnia

2. Western Front

3. Eastern Front

4. United States

5. Versailles

CHOOSE YOUR DESTINATION

Let's see the Riddle Again

START

We are going in on Horses.We are leaving in Tanks.

WELCOME TO The Eastern Front

Battle of Tannenberg

Battle of Flanders Fields

Battle of the Somme

German & Austrian forces stopped Russian forces at what battle in 1914?

QUESTION 01

Defeat on the battlefield, economic instability, and food scarcity

Victory in the war made the country more stressful with the growing expectation

Harsh weather mixed with a move to Communist beliefs

What led to mounting discontent among the bulk of Russia's population?

QUESTION 02

Black Sea

Mediterranean Sea

Indian Ocean

The Eastern Front ran from the Baltic Sea to what other body of water?

QUESTION 03

To continue marching into Russia & overtake more land.

To send all their soldiers home as the fighting was over

To face the remaining Allies on the Western Front

An armistice between Russia & the Central Powers freed German troops to do what?

QUESTION 04

2,000-2,200 Miles

300-500 Miles

800-1,000 Miles

How many miles long was the Eastern Front of WW1?

QUESTION 05

Back to map

Password for Next Portion:What has 1 eye but cannot see?*Answer is 1 word

The third number is:1

CONGRATULATIONS

1. Bosnia

2. Western Front

3. Eastern Front

4. United States

5. Versailles

CHOOSE YOUR DESTINATION

Need to see Riddle Again?

START

We wanted to remain neutral, but Germany just wouldn't leave us Alone.

WELCOME TO The United States

Teddy Roosevelt

Woodrow Wilson

Harry Truman

I was the President of the US & wanted to remain neutral in the war. Who am I?

QUESTION 01

The US public wanted to go to war following the assassination of the Archduke

The continued German submarine attacks on Allied forces

The sinking of 4 US merchant ships by German submarines

What led to President Wilson calling for a Declaration of War?

QUESTION 02

June 30, 1916

April 6, 1917

December 7, 1915

On what date did the United States enter World War 1?

QUESTION 03

Horses

Planes

Rifles

World War 1 was the first war to harness the power of what?

QUESTION 04

Britain

France

Spain

What mainlain European country was where the Americans arrived after entering the war?

QUESTION 05

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Password for Next Portion:The more of this there is, the less you see.

The fourth number is:2

CONGRATULATIONS

1. Bosnia

2. Western Front

3. Eastern Front

4. United States

5. Versailles

CHOOSE YOUR DESTINATION

Need to see Riddle Again?

START

The War is over. Its time to go home.

WELCOME TO Versailles

Growing Nationalist movements among its diverse population

Growing losses on the battlefield, upsetting their population

A change in governmental leadership

What led to Austria-Hungary reaching an armistice on November 4, 1918?

QUESTION 01

Russia

Germany

Austria-Hungary

The Treaty of Versailles blamed what country for World War 1?

QUESTION 02

Russia

Germany

Italy

The "Big Four" leaders from the US, Britain, France, and what other country controlled the Treat of Versailles?

QUESTION 03

9 Million

21 Million

19 Million

How many lives were lost during World War 1?

QUESTION 04

The First Modern War

The War to End All Wars

The First of the Two Big Wars

Which of the following was World War 1 NOT known as?

QUESTION 05

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Riddle to reach the safe:

The last number is:0

CONGRATULATIONS

1. Bosnia

2. Western Front

3. Eastern Front

4. United States

5. Versailles

CHOOSE YOUR DESTINATION

TRY AGAIN?

CONGRATULATIONS!

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to answer questions about World War 1 to find the Treasure of Wisdom. Yes, you heard it right! Let's go for it!

World War I, also known as the Great War, started in 1914 after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. His murder catapulted into a war across Europe that lasted until 1918. During the four-year conflict, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire (the Central Powers) fought against Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Romania, Canada, Japan and the United States (the Allied Powers). Thanks to new military technologies and the horrors of trench warfare, World War I saw unprecedented levels of carnage and destruction. By the time the war was over and the Allied Powers had won, more than 16 million people—soldiers and civilians alike—were dead.