Europe, Post WWI


The end of World War I and the Treaty of Versaille saw new divisions in Europe. Austria-Hungary was split into the separate countries of Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Yugoslavia. Russia’s loss of their western front allowed the of countries of Estonia, Latvia, Finland, Poland, and Lithuania to become independent nations once again. Russia became the U.S.S.R. and the Ottoman Empire became Turkey as well as a few other Middle Eastern countries.

The Europe, Post WWI map includes a colorful labeled teacher’s map and an unlabeled student map that the child can label and color.

Free lesson plans for students in grades K-12 are ready to download here.

Individual License – $0.99 (for your family’s use only)

Group License – $9.99 (for your co-op, classroom or school’s use)


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