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    The Great war was started on June 28, 1914 when the Archduke of Austria-Hungary, Franz Ferdinand,was assassinated by Serbian rebels in Bosnia. This cause the Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire) to declare war on the Serbians and the Allied powers which were Russia, Great Britain, and France. For almost three years, The United State did not want to enter the “Great War” because they felt that it could cause civil unrest between Immigrant that came from countries…

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    soldier was a terrible time during this war. Woman for once has had a chance to work. World War I changed the world in many ways. Before The Great War, there was tension between Europe regions Serbian, Austria-Hungary, and especially in the Balkan region. Due to the conflict, Archduke Franz Ferdinand was sent to help with this conflict. He however was killed along with his wife by a man named Gavrilo Princip. Gavrilo Princip was a Serbian nationalist. He and other nationalist were…

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    family, It's just starting (Karl Marlantes).To this day many people are debating whether the treaty of Versailles cause WWII. During the first world war there was more than 38 million casualties, all starting from the assassination of archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria which ended up creating a domino effect of many countries fighting for four years.But once the war was over the Allies decided that peace was needed so they made a treaty. In the treaty germany had to agree to things such as…

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    Why Did World War 1 Happen

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    Do people ever just wonder about World War 1? What caused the war? Where the major battles happened? The technologies that were used back in this time? Or even the post war problems that were caused? World War 1 was known as the Great War until World War 2 happened. World War 1 was one of the scariest times at that time in life. World War 1 was the cause of seventeen million deaths in addition to twenty million wounded. World War 1 changed millions of people’s thoughts. With the large amount of…

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    As the conflict between Serbia and Austria-Hungary arose over land dispute, World War I was just beginning. The assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Austria-Hungary had sparked the war. However, the war had between the two nations had greatly escalated as alliances started to join. At that that time, Italy was just a neutral country until it was dragged into the war due to the alliance. Many would argue that the nation of Italy had served no real purpose in World War I, however,…

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    World War 1 Trench Warfare

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    On June 28, 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to Austria and Hungary’s throne, and his wife were assassinated by Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip. This is what started it all—the Great War, the War of the Nations, the end of all wars—World War I. Due to the assassination of Ferdinand, a chain reaction of war declarations spread throughout Europe. This war lasted four years and was fought on every ocean and on almost every continent. World War I changed the future of wars forever with the…

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    When Serbia denied Austria-Hungary’s request to conduct an investigation on Serbian land, AH declared war on Serbia. Russia then declared war on AH to protect the people of Serbia. As a consequence of the Triple Entente and the Triple Alliance, treaties that required countries…

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    calculations” and national interest, and the armistice that lead to the Treaty of Versailles would prove that national interest is always in the mind of nations when they go into war, and when they end the war. At the time, Germany was allied with Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire, while the source of the…

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    were a great entity, and will be the main focal point on in this paper. Because of Britain 's trade and tactics, America was drawn into a war they didn’t want to get involved in. The immediate cause of the war was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, an Austrian-Hungary leader, by the Black Hand. In all reality, that was not the biggest factor of the war. The causes of the war make the acronym M.A.I.N. Militarism, also called the arms race, was the feeling that if Britain has a…

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    Nationalism Theory

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    balance of power, we will examine two more focused theories born of realist principles, one which finds the root of the conflict in an Anglo-German battle for dominance, the other which points instead to the weakened Eastern powers of Russia and Austria-Hungary. The Nationalism Theory for the First World War centers around the principles that a state’s foreign policy is a reflection of its political culture and the perceptions of its population. Both of these assertions are supported by John…

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