Treaty of Waitangi

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  • Battle Of Verdaun Essay

    The battle of Verdun occured in Verdun, France. The Germans code-named this battle ‘Judgment’. The forces involved in the battle were the Germans fighting against the French armies. This is the longest single battle during the entire World War I. It lasted for ten months. On February 21, 1916 a German Krupp gun was set off. This thirty eight-centimeter long-barreled gun hit a cathedral in Verdun, France. This caused the firing of many guns around an eight-mile perimeter. This shot from Germany…

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  • How Did Nationalism Cause Ww1

    Nationalism means to have a devotion and loyalty to one’s own country, an idea the was widely spread throughout Europe during World War (WWⅠ). Out of the 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…

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  • War Guilt Clause: Franc The Scopes Trial

    suffer for the damaged they causes. This lead to The Treaty of Versailles to be written, it was a peace treaty that was presented to the leaders of Germany to sign on May 7, 1919. This treaty forced Germany to surrender territories to Belgium, Poland, and Czechoslovakia. Germany also returned Lorraine and Alsace, which were annexed in 1971 following the Franco-Prussian War, to France. One of the most important, yet humiliating part of the treaty that Germany has to embark was Article 231, which…

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  • Emperor Hirohito

    When the name Emperor Hirohito is mentioned a debate usually occurs. War criminal, a man who wanted to make the whole world his empire, or was he a peace loving man who had no control or knowledge of war atrocities? Hirohito was Japan’s longest reigning monarch of 63 years. Hirohito became emperor on December 25, 1926 and reigned until his death on January 7, 1989. Hirohito picked the name “Showa” to represent his reign and to set the tone for the new era. The name Showa, which means “perfect…

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  • Why Did The Versailles Treaty Cause Ww2 Analysis

    How Did the Versailles Treaty Help Cause World War II? The purpose of the Versailles Treaty was to create peace, but instead began the start of World War II. Germany was blamed for World War I and was punished by the treaty for the destruction they caused. Germany had land taken away, military size reduced, and had economic restrictions placed upon them. This treaty took a lot of Germany’s territory; including the Alsace Lorraine, Danzig, Polish Corridor, and parts of Denmark. This punishment…

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  • Short Term Causes Of World War 1 Essay

    Essay – Causes of WWI World War One from 1914 to 1918 is also known as the Great War. The main causes of the war, Imperialism, Nationalism and Militarism turned many European countries against each other over decades. The short term events that caused the eruption of the Great War were the forming of alliances of many European countries and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie. World War One destroyed countries, families and killed over seventeen million people and…

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  • What Are The Causes Of World War 2 Essay

    happened the Holocaust was also happening. The Powers had conflicting ideas & due to that it caused war. First, the causes of the war consisted of many things but some are more important than others. One such cause was the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 where “Woodrow Wilson wanted a treaty based on his 14-point plan which he believed would bring peace to Europe.” Another cause would be the Great Depression that started in 1929. A few others would be Japan joining the war, rearming of Germany,…

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  • Analysis: The Ardennes Battle Of The Bulge

    The Ardennes Battle of the Bulge involved combatants from United States, Nazi Germany and United Kingdom. From 16 December 1944 through 25 January 1945, was a secretly led German attack through the Ardennes region of France which was a heavenly forest area, and Luxembourg on the Western Front toward the end of World War II. The element of total surprise was effective to a degree because of the United States Army and the British Command were confident in their plans they had and were working on,…

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  • The Anzac Legend

    World War one began on July 28th, 1914 and ended on the 11th of November 1918. It started off with a local war between Austria Hungary and Serbia. It developed into a war which involved 32 countries. Empires like the Great Britain, Germany, Austria Hungary and Russia took over many territories, and were fearful of others invasion towards their newly marked lands. Thus, countries began culturing alliances with one another. Australia, is one of the many countries that were involved in WWI. Many…

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  • WH Test Prep

    Term 2 WH Test Prep Section A 2. Which of the following -isms was the main cause of WWI? Nationalism was the main cause of WWI in two forms: the desire of minority groups to become independent from nations and the desire of independent nations to gain more international power. Nationalism is the belief that one’s own nation, in which language, ethnicity, etc are shared, is superior to any other nation. In turn, it provides impetus for people in a country that has a government of a different…

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