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Nationalism #1 Nationalism #2 Beginning of the War During the War End of the War
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the State
In Realpolitik, political actions are guided by the needs of what?
100
Austria and Hungary
The Dual Monarchy was a combination of these nations
100
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy
These countries made up the Triple Alliance
100
Russia mobilized its military faster than expected.
Why did the Schlieffen Plan fail?
100
Lost hopes of a quick victory on the Western Front
The First Battle of the War meant what for Germany?
200
Removing tariff barriers between German States
In the 1830s, Prussia created a union called the Zollveriein, which promoted Germany unity by
200
Nationalists
The Red Shirt forces were made of what group during the struggle for Italian unification.
200
it needed to protect its vast overseas empire
Britain had built the world's most respected navy because
200
Trench warfare made it difficult for either side to win an advantage.
Why did a stalemate develop along the Western front early in the war?
200
Punishing Germany
The provisions of the Treaty of Versailles focused on mainly what?
300
Scientists
Synthetic dyes were among the new products that resulted from German industrialists working with
300
the goal to reduce the power of the Catholic Church
Explain Kulturkampf
300
To defend the Slavic people in Serbia.
Why did Russia join WWI?
300
Were proud of their new empire's military power and industrial leadership
One way nationalism increased tensions in pre-war Europe was that Germans
300
George Clemenceau
Name the Allied leader who wanted to weaken Germany so it could never again threaten France.
400
A Constitutional Monarcy
This is the government established when Italy finally unified.
400
Hapsburgs
The oldest ruling house in Europe
400
Britain had a treaty to protect Belgium and Germany invaded Belgium.
Why did Britain join WWI?
400
Trench warfare was not as widespread on the Eastern front.
How was fighting on the Western Front different from fighting on the Eastern Front?
400
the right of Eastern Europes to chose their own form of government, free trade...
Name one of Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points
500
identification with local regions, nationalist revolts
Name an obstacle to Italian unity.
500
Austria and Hungary had their own constituion and their own parliament. They shared a king (Francis Joseph) and they shared ministries.
Name three characteristics of the Dual Monarchy.
500
Increasing rebellion among its subjects.
What nationlist problems did Austria face in years prior to WWI?
500
The blockade confiscated food and clothing as well as contraband.
How did the British Blockade of ships carrying supplies to and from Germany violate international law?
500
Betrayed
European colonies in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific felt this way toward the outcome of the Paris Peace Conference




World War I

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