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  • WW1: The Causes Of The Great War?

    The Causes of World War 1/ the Great War The Great War, or what most people know it as World War 1, was an extremely bloody war that took place in Europe from 1914-1919. World War 1 caused an estimated of 10 million soldier deaths and 20 million more wounded. Finally, at the end of 1918, the Versailles Treaty was signed by the countries taking part in the war, Germany, Italy, Austria-Hungary, Britain, France and Russia, which was a treaty that ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. The Great War was a war that caused the deaths of many, and people believe it was the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria that really began it. What really caused World War 1? Some people believe MAINE (Militarism,…

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  • WW1: The Causes Of The Cold War

    This was a term for the strategic rivalry and conflict between the British and Russian Empires for supremacy in Central Asia. This is said to have started from 1813 with the signing of the Russo-Persian Treaty with the two sides in competition lasting up to the Anglo-Russian Convention 1907. The constant struggle of trying to gain some sort of advantage over the other side resulted in long drawn out conflict in which neither side achieved much other than raising their hatred for each other. It…

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  • WW1: The Causes Of The First World War

    The First World War went down as the deadliest conflict in history, with over 17 million deaths and 20 million injuries ("WW1 Casualties"). Although, what possible reason could ‘justify’ over 37 million casualties? Like many historical events, WW1 transpired in wake from equally influential events, like a domino effect. In 1914, the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by Gavrilo Princip sparked the initial outbreak of fighting, and WW1 began. Yet, this wasn’t the sole reason for war. Many…

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  • Causes Of WW1 And The Roaring 20's

    Units 1-3 Reading Summary - Canadian History Unit 1 - Causes of WW1 and The Roaring 20’s Many people believe that the direct beginning of the first World War was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria at Sarajevo in late June of 1914. That act was would later be known as the shot heard around the world.This is believed to be the direct cause as the shooters responsible were apart of a Serbian terrorist group and because Germany was an ally of the Austria-Hungary Empire, they…

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  • WW1: The Main Causes Of The Spanish American War

    The WW1 was one of the most horrific and dramatic wars of are time, The main causes of the WW1 was MAIN. MAIN stands for M-Militarism, A-Alliances, I-Imperialism, N-Nationalism these are the main causes of WW1. Militarism was one of the biggest impacts on the WW1 because the where the Arms race, but the leading causes were The Road to war, The Spanish-American War, and The New Foreign Policy, These wars were the biggest leading causes of WW1. WW1 is are first biggest war that we were in and had…

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  • Questions: How Did Imperialism Cause WW1?

    grew in competing countries. The contest between Germany and Britain at sea between Germany, France, Russia Alliance System- where big countries stayed together incase of a war. The triple alliance and leaders of big alliances acted reckless towards others. Imperialism- Ruling over a country. European countries ruled smaller countries, and competed with each other. Colonies became known as Imperialism. France and Britain had many colonies in Africa and Asia. Germany and Italy decided they…

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  • How Did Imperialism Cause Ww1

    of primary importance. So with this in mind the nationalism created a large rift between the powers of Europe. With each country within Europe thinking that their agenda was to be dealt with and worked on first this created a difficult area to try and maintain peace in. Since Germany lead the way when it came to their Industrial Revolution they had the far superior technology and since the Russians were in the colder weather, they had the worst technology since they did not have as much access…

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  • WW1 And WWII: Causes And Effects Of Two

    In the words of Bertrand Russell, “War does not determine who is right - only who is left.” WWI and WWII were both effective and impactful wars that shook the world to its core, leaving an impression that will last for decades after its end. While both world wars contrast each other in different areas, it is undeniable they also share a number of resemblances to one another in terms of cause and effects, process of war, technology, and end results. First off, the causes and effects of WWI…

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  • WW1: The Causes And Impacts Of World War One

    attack prior to it taking place, and Austria was right. Austria wanted to put an end to the Serbian throat once and for all, desiring a short war. First, the Austrians sought aid from the Germans, though Austria was the weaker partner. Alienating Austria was not an option for the Germans, so Germany’s chancellor responded with blank check, assuring Austria-Hungary with reliance and support. Austria issued an ultimatum on Serbia, that was to be rejected, and the war was to be short lived. The…

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  • Manner And Mechanism Of Death

    Introduction: I believe that investigation plays a very big role in a death because without investigating the death and crime scene nobody knows what possibly took place and caused the death. Investigating the death of someone is also important because it determines what type of death the investigator is dealing with. When investigating death, there are different things that need to be known such as cause, manner and mechanism of death. Topic I - Manner of Death A. What is Manner of Death? B.…

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