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    Australian forces were significantly influential during the course of the North African Campaign due to their successes at Bardia and El Alamein, and withhold at Tobruk. Although the World War 2 conflict began in 1939 and continued through to 1945, Australia played key roles in many battles in North Africa between 1940 to 1943. During the campaign the Australians served in order to capture ports on the North African coast in order to control the South Mediterranean. They defended and invaded many key towns for more control over Axis forces. This would allow for the Allies to have a supply route for food, resources, and artillery. This influence ultimately allowed for advancements on Axis forces which then lead to success in two out of the three battles. Australia’s influence in the Battle of Bardia was substantial due to their strong and powerful invasions of the Italian stronghold which ultimately destroyed forces, and the protection they provided against Axis forces in ports and supply regions allowing for control and power. The battle lasted 2 days, from 3rd of January to 5th of January 1941. The Australians were significantly influential through their efforts to invade the Italian stronghold. This then led to the destruction of the Italian 10th army. This was influential through weakening Axis forces and allowing for better attack from Allies with little defence from Axis. This allowed for Australian Forces to gain control over the battle, overall leaving the 6th…

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    WW1 Analysis

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    World War I (WWI or WW1), was a global war triggered by the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. It was a major, historical war in Europe that began on 28 July 1914 and ended on 11 November 1918. HISTORY.com (2015). More than 8 million soldiers killed and 20 million wounded as a result of the war Keith, L. pbs.org (2006) , a casualty rate aggravated by nations ' technological and industrial inventions, accompanied by battle tactics. It was one of the most destructive conflicts in history,…

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    Ww1 Effects

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    World War 1 brought a time of sorrow and evil to Europe, and created over 17 million deaths. During the time of war Wilhelm II was the empire of Germany, and his goals were to weaken France, to become a colonial power, and to build his empire in the world; however, the Triple Entente, Britain, France, and Russia, along with the United States put an end to the war. The end of WW1 was the start of humiliation and loss of national status for Germany. The Treaty of Versailles was put into place…

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    Involved In Ww1

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    What was WW1 about? World War 1 was about the assassination of Franz Ferdinand he was the Archduke of Austria-Hungary. Some of the events that led up to the assassination where various but mainly because the group of alliances between the two big powers to blame the cause of the war. How did it start? It started with the assassination of the Archduke of Austria-Hungary which was Franz Ferdinand. Why did the U.S get involved in the WW1? The U.S. did not declare the war until April 6th of the…

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    Ww1 Causes

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    with Britain having a large navy, so of course, Germany now wanted a larger navy. It went on the same way with France and Germany competing to build bigger armies than each other. To further better their navies and armies, they created the “universal conscription” or better known as the draft. Of course, they are doing all of this upgrading and building in times of peace, and the they are preaching, “Its for self defense”. The thing about this is that all of the cost of these upgrades and…

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    PTSD In Ww1

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    The motivation for countries to enter WW1, were from recent attacks or rumors about attacking. Not only was it fear and attacks, but also joining for the safety of their own country. For instance the U.S joined because of the attacks from Germany. The Triple Alliance (also known as Central Powers) was Germany, Bulgaria, Ottoman Empire and Austrian-Hungarian Empire. Then on the Triple Entente (better known as The Allies) was, France, Russia, Japan, Belgium, Serbia, Great Britain and Italy. When…

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    Ww1 Technology

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    “Many German troops ran at the sight of the tank, it spread fear amongst the ranks in the Trenches ”(WW1-Technology and trench warfare 2009). The first Tank offensive had been successful in the fact that they had scared the Germans, and that they had not been disabled immediately. As a trial though some were disappointed. Concerns that were raised included the fact that “the view slits were too thin to be able to see much while moving, and they were targets for enemy gunshot; and the exhaust…

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    Tensions In Ww1

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    Depth Study Three: WW1 Essay World War One was a period of struggle for Europe. There were several factors that lead to tensions in Europe which ultimately caused World War 1. The war occurred in 1914 until 1918 and it had many famous and bloody battles, such as The Battle of the Somme. The war killed up to 17 million people and caused 49 million casualties of not just soldiers, but civilians as well. The war was fought between members of the Triple Alliance (Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy)…

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    Ww1 Causes

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    Major Causes of WW1 World War One was a war between the Triple Entente alliance (Russia, France, Great Britain) and the Triple Alliance (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy). There were several causes of The Great War. Although there were many causes of the First World War, technology, nationalism, and imperialism were the most prominent and most important. Technology triggered WW1 with the arms race. The encouragement of strengthening militaries created a culture where the only response to…

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    Ww1 Causes

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    country. Austria-Hungary gave Serbia a list of ultimatums saying that if they didn’t destroy The Black Hand within a certain time period they would declare war. Serbia ignored the ultimatum, and Austria-Hungary declared war. Serbia asked Russia for help fighting Austria-Hungary with the war, because Austria-Hungary was much more powerful. Because of the alliance system, France is entitled to help Russia and many other countries began to declare war on each other. The 4 main causes of WW1 and…

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