Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria

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    Before World War 1, militarism was highly appreciated in Germany, and surrounding European states; this allowed the European states to create alliances. In addition to military advancements and the rise of terrorist groups in Serbia, tensions were felt all around Europe. The group: Black Hand, also rose due to the fact of the immense tensions. After WW1, and Germany being the falling state they were entitled to pay reparations for all of the damage done to their surroundings. In order for all of…

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    The First World War (WWI)

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    and 11 November 11th, 1918.WWI was caused by militarism, alliances, nationalism, imperialism, and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. To begin, militarism between Germany and England helped to set up the foundation for WWI. When the twentieth century began, so did the arms race (of WWI). (The Germans wanted an empire rivaling the French and English empires,…

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    World War 1 Tension

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    Would World War 1 have broken out if the nephew of Emperor Franz Josef, heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Archduke Franz Ferdinand wasn't assassinated? In short, yes, there had already been extremely high tensions around the world. Every country had an enemy and some sort of makeshift alliance with other countries. The assassination of the Archduke only added more wood to the already burning fire that was the outbreak of, “The War To End All Wars”, that was World War 1. The reason…

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    While the Triple Alliance, also known as the Central Powers, consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. It all started on June 28th 1914, when the Black Hand, a terrorist group in Serbia, assassinated the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary mainly because Serbia has the desire to have land in the Balkans and increase nationalism in Serbia. As events transpired, the tensions grew throughout Europe. As Austria-Hungary sends an ultimatum to Serbia and Serbia refused it, Russia came…

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    The Annexation In Serbia

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    become all slavic and their ally russia supported them. Austria-Hungary did not approve due to the vast slavic population they already have. The Austrian-Hungarians were scared that if they permit that the serbs would rebel. therefore they annexed the 2 countries serbia wanted which were bosnia and herzegovina. This action outraged the serbians and tension rose highly. BREAKING!! Bloody Assassination!! In Serbia a Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his Wife have been assassinated by revengful…

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    Germany wanted to become a world power, similar to France and Britain. Germans also believed that in order to keep their new country strong they needed alliances. Thus, the Dual Alliance between Germany and Austria-Hungry was signed in 1879, and a Triple Alliance was signed by Germany, Austria-Hungry, and Italy in 1882. To prevent the Triple Alliance from generating too much power, the Triple Entente was signed by Britain, France, and Russia in 1907. This created much tension throughout Europe…

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    Ww1 Causes

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    however the very first incident was not caused by nationalism, but rather assassination. The Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie, were brutally assassinated by Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Although people believe that the assassination…

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    several causes of WWⅠ such as Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism, and Nationalism (M.A.I.N.), Nationalism was the most influential which is shown through a series of events: The forming of Germany, The Balkan Powder Keg, and the assassination of Franz Ferdinand. The first indirect cause of World War I which involves nationalism would be the overall formation of Germany. Nationalism spread throughout German-speaking areas and people fought to free land from the French rule (document I). This was…

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    World War 1 Causes

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    agree that the assassination was a significant event however; the writer would argue it was not the major cause of World War 1. The writer would suggest that the major powers had been ready to go to war long before the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand. This was the spark that ignited the war. The writer would argue the major causes of World War I were nationalism, militarism, leadership, imperialism, colonialism and alliances. Nationalism is extreme patriotic feelings and beliefs over…

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    assassination of the archduke Franz Ferdinand; when 2 serbs were accused of killing Austria Hungary 's archduke.In my opinion, the alliance system was the main cause of World War 1. First…

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