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WW1

World War 1

QuestionAnswer
Nationalistic Conditions in Germans Proud of nationalism, industrial leadership
Nationalistic Conditions in France Long regain as leader in Europe, bitter Franco-Prussia war
Nationalistic Conditions in Britain felt threatened by Germany, New factories
Nationalistic Conditions in Russia Supported all Slavic people
Nationalistic Conditions in Austria-Hungary Feared nationalism sparkling
Define Militarism Glorification of military
True or False, Britain and Germany were competing in a naval arms race prior to WW1 TRUE
Which countries originally made up the triple alliance in 1882 Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
Which countries originally made up the triple entente France, Russia, Britain
True or False, Serbs in Bosnia assassinated archduke Ferdinand of Austria- Hungary and his wife causing a series of World conflict TRUE
Identify why Austria-Hungary, Germany, Russia, France, and Britain entered WW1 Britain, France, America 1 team Germany, Austria-Hungary 2 team
Underground bunkers Varying temps, rats, lice
No man land Land between opposing trench lines
True or False, The new tech of WW1 steamed the developments of the Industrial Revolution TRUE
Briefly describe the terms of Treaty of Versailles It basically helps end the war
Define War Guilt Clauses Germany accepts all responsibilities for the war
Define Reparations Payments for war damages
league of Nations President Wilson's dream (nations agreed to discuss disputes)
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