ANIMATED ATLAS: OVERVIEW OF WORLD WAR I
Computer-animated maps in bold colors, carefully selected archival film, and literate narration provide a clear picture of the war. Students readily see the interconnectedness of events in the conflict's roots and aftermath that led to another world war and divisiveness in the Middle East. By means of time codes, teachers can reinforce specific topics like alliance systems, Germany's master plan, America's entrance, the partition of Austria-Hungary, the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, and how the peace conference redrew the map of Europe. Grades 7–12. Color (maps) and black-and-white. 28 minutes. Pyramid. ©2001.