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What is Nationalism?
the belief that national interests and national unity should be placed ahead of global cooperation and that foreign affairs should be guided by national self interests.
What is imperialism?
Competition between world powers for raw materials and new markets creates tension.
What is Militarism?
The development of armed forces and their use as a tool of diplomacy.
What is Alliance System?
All these mutual hostilities, jeolousies, fears, and desire led the nations of Europe to sign treaties of assistance that committed them to support one another if they faced attack.
Allies,
Central powers
France,GB, and Russia
Germany, Austria - Hungary and Italy
Assassination
Archduke Franz Ferdinand was killed by Gavrilo princip.
"NO man's land"
between two trenches
Trench warfare
in which armies fought and died for mere yards, continued for mare than three years.
Lusitania
is British ship was sunk by German U-boats.
Zimmermann note
a telegram sent by the Germans foreign minister to the German ambassador in Mexico and intercepted by British agents
What is Nationalism?
the belief that national interests and national unity should be placed ahead of global cooperation and that foreign affairs should be guided by national self interests.
What is imperialism?
Competition between world powers for raw materials and new markets creates tension.
What is Militarism?
The development of armed forces and their use as a tool of diplomacy.
What is Alliance System?
All these mutual hostilities, jeolousies, fears, and desire led the nations of Europe to sign treaties of assistance that committed them to support one another if they faced attack.
Allies,
Central powers
France,GB, and Russia
Germany, Austria - Hungary and Italy
Assassination
Archduke Franz Ferdinand was killed by Gavrilo princip.
"NO man's land"
between two trenches
Trench warfare
in which armies fought and died for mere yards, continued for mare than three years.
Lusitania
is British ship was sunk by German U-boats.
Zimmermann note
a telegram sent by the Germans foreign minister to the German ambassador in Mexico and intercepted by British agents