Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria

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    This is the war were the deaths went over 10 million people. This is the war where more than sixty million troops were mobilized. This is World War One. Among the vast number of reasons that causes World War One, I believe that the most significant reason, and the reason that it escalated to such a vast war, is because of all the alliance between countries, An alliance system between two countries is where there is a formal agreement or treaty between two or more nations to cooperate for…

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    tried to show off what they were capable of. Nationalism is the thirst of a nation to be great and better than others, and imperialism and militarism both personify this motive within. It led to the death or Archduke Franz Ferdinand, when he was killed it was a symbol of hatred against Austria and Serbia. Industrialization is a process in which a large scale of manufacturing, technical ventures and other productive economical activities are brought into an area, country, or society.…

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    There were four main causes of World War I: Militarism, Nationalism, Imperialism, and Treaties and Alliances. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was only a short-term cause of the war and therefore caused the countries to declare war on other countries without much background knowledge or historical events. The four main causes had been seen throughout the years leading up to the war. Prior to the start of World War I, many European nations had been building up their military…

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    Collide World War One, also known as “The Great War,” was fought between the Central Powers of Europe: Austria-Hungary, Germany, Italy and the Allies of Europe, who were also known as the Triple Entente: France, Russia, Great Britain, and the United States who later joined. World War One was an intense and violent war, that was triggered by the assignation of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. The war began on July 28, 1914, the day that history was changed forever. Although there were many…

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    -There are several social reforms addressed by progressives. List two that you feel resulted in the greatest effects. The most significant movement of the late 19th to 20th century was the progressive movement. Progressives came from literally every walk of life and all political parties. Several distinguished things defined progressivism. Concern over industrial effects and conditions, optimism for human nature, an entitled mindset to intervene in other’s lives, frequent calls to authority…

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    million men and cost the world a total of 186 billion dollars. On July 28th, 1914 Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. Austria-Hungary claimed to begin the war due to the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, but the true motivation behind the war was much more complicated. The true origins of World War 1 were country alliances, imperialism, nationalism, and militarism. What could have been settled between Austria-Hungary and Serbia ended up including many other countries due to…

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    World War 1 Causes

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    one thing we can all agree upon is that one of the primary factors that triggered the Great War in July 1914, was the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, in Sarajevo on June 28, 1914. Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated by the Black Hand, a Serbian nationalist secret society, which served as an excuse for Austria Hungary to declare war on Serbia. Serbians nationalism and desire to expand beyond its borders into the Austro–Hungarian…

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    July Ultimatum Causes

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    people view the July Ultimatum as one of the major causes of the war, but did it really lead to war? The July Ultimatum is a scripted documented with listed demands that was given to Serbia almost one month after the death of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophia. The Ultimatum was created for one reason, and one reason only, to take over Serbia with the rest of the world staying quiet. Although this did not go as planned due to the fact that the Ultimatum was almost…

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    What Led To World War 1

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    What led to World War I? There are several things that led to World War I. World War I occurred between the year of July 1914 and November 1948. The war actually had several reasons why it was started. Some of the reasons on why World War I was started are: some countries throughout Europe made mutual defense agreements that would cause them to go into battle and imperialism. Imperialism was because of the raw materials the areas could provide which caused them more or less to become greedy and…

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    known to be “The Great War.” This war was ignited through the assassination of the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, while he was visiting Saravejo at Bosnia. The killing done by a Serbian Black Hand member started the conflict between two powerful opposing groups, The Triple Alliance and The Triple Entente. The Triple Alliance was comprised of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy, while The Triple Entente was comprised of Great Britain, France, and Russia. These…

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