Modern Western Traditions
Modern Western Traditions HIST 1400
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4 What were the causes of WW1 and how did the war change European society Causes directly triggered by the assassination of the Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife on 28th June 1914 by Bosnian revolutionary Black Hand Gavrilo Princip Alliances EXAMPLE 1907 Triple Entente This was made between Russia France and Britain to counter the increasing threat from Germany Imperialism Colonies needed for industrializing Europe British Empire expands over 5 continents France had large areas of Africa Created rivalry with Germany who scrambled to acquire colonies late Militarism military forces given high pro le by governments A1ms Races France and Germany double their respective armies by 1914 Britain and Germany compete for mastery of seas War Plans Predetermined war strategies that ruled out diplomacy once nations were attacked Nationalism Strong patriotism in uenced by probaganda and the redrawing of territory lines after Treaty of Versailles Led to competition between states Crises Bosnian Crisis and how did the war change European society Most countries fell into debt especially Germany Rise of the Republic revolution Before the war 19 monarchies 3 republics after 13 monarchis 14 republics Rise of industrytechnology due to wartimemass production Why was the war a crisis in liberalism httpwwwjiffynotescoma7study7guidesbook7notes7addeawr700017000370eawr7000170003707005 60 html What was the impact of the war on the home front Fewer men Economy used solely for war other aspects of society suffer Supplyfood shortages What made fighting this war different from previous wars Trench warfare Machine guns Gas Radar Sonar Radios 5 What are the basic conepts of fascism Nazism and totalitarianism How do fascism and Nazism differ from Liberalism and Marxism 7 How do you explain the rise and triumph of Nazism in Germany What changes did Nazism bring to German society in the 1930s Was Weimer Germany Doomed to failure leClConverterInpuUZePMVHi3TTtxt12112010 105825 PM