Midterm Revision Notes – Items to Remember

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  • UniversityUniversity of Michigan
  • AreaHistory
  • CourseHISTORY 216 - WORLD WAR 1
  • ProfessorDario Gaggio
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  • Authortsp7221gmail-com
  • Created2018
  • Pages16
  • Approved23 December 2018

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About these notes

Throughout the course, the professor produced lists of items that he will test the students on in the midterm. These lists’ items have been aggregated into one bigger list. Each item in this bigger list has been explained using information from the internet and class slides. The notes are concise as not to overwhelm the student with too much info that is unnecessary.
The notes cover the events of the war from 1914-1918.
Some items in the notes have been left unexplored because I believed they were unlikely to be tested. This encourages efficient studying. The reason for this is because the test will test students on the concepts that bear some sort of significance (cultural, military, political,…), and quite frankly some of the items suggested by the professor do not bear these significance, even though he claimed they may be tested.
Most of the short-hands and abbreviations align with those the prof. used in his class slides; it’s simple to figure out the meaning of those that appear in these notes but are not in the class slides.
The grade achieved was an A-, but a specific percentage score was not made personally available, therefore the “grade achieved” is estimated to be 90%.

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