rootbeer003:

WW1 map and questions

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rootbeer003:

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rootbeer003:

How did the borders of Germany change before and after World War One? (What new nation(s) were created)

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

@Shadow

1 month ago
Shadow:

You just got to point them out then ._.

1 month ago
Shadow:

Not that difficult :P

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

I'm not that good at map things lol

1 month ago
Shadow:

It's real simple. Something wasn't there before, and now it is.

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

Would the borders of Germany be the entire pink area

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

ohhh

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

Poland, E.prussia ?

1 month ago
Shadow:

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1 month ago
rootbeer003:

The borders of Germany changed by adding Poland and E.prussia ?

1 month ago
Shadow:

Do you also reference the countries that came out of the other Central Powers, such as Austria-Hungary?

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

I dont think so because the next question asks about Austria-Hungary

1 month ago
Shadow:

Okay, then just the ones that came out of Germany then

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

Alright

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rootbeer003:

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rootbeer003:

is this all of Austria-Hungary?

1 month ago
Shadow:

Parts of Yugoslavia seem to come from Austria-Hungary

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

ah. that's what i was thinking

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

Explain why this is a primary or secondary document

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

I think it's a secondary source

1 month ago
Shadow:

Why would you say that?

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

Well, I'm not really sure, It's a map which makes it even more confusing

1 month ago
Shadow:

I agree.

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

It's not really primary because it's not directly from the source, it was changed a bit

1 month ago
Shadow:

"Most sources, not just maps, can be both primary and secondary" great..

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

haha yeah i saw that too

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

Should i just explain why it's both primary and secondary?

1 month ago
Shadow:

That might be interesting. The article I read discusses how it can be a primary and secondary source in different tenses.

1 month ago
Shadow:

Like a map made of America in the 1800s in 2000 is a secondary in the sense of the 1800s, but a primary in the sense of 2000.

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

oh weird

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

Well i think they simply want to know if that image of the maps are primary or secondary

1 month ago
Shadow:

Do we have any information on this document, like who made it and how?

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

Nope

1 month ago
Shadow:

Honestly leaning towards secondary.

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

Yea me too

1 month ago
Shadow:

They weren't there. This is a digital map. They likely drew on primary resources to create this.

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

Yea ill put secondary

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

That's the last question for the map thing

1 month ago
Shadow:

Nice, so all done?

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

2 more assignments : ^ )

1 month ago
rootbeer003:

1 is with videos and the other one is with my textbook so ill need to do the second one on my own

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