Diplomacy & The Great War

Diplomacy & The Great War

1914-1918: The World at War chapter 23 Causes = MANIA p.758-761 Militarism policy of building up strong military forces to prepare for war Alliances - agreements between nations to aid and protect one another

Nationalism pride in or devotion to ones country I mperialism when one country takes over another country economically and politically Assassination murder of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand The Balkans (Ottoman Empire) 1914

Powder Keg of Europe Many ethnicities-want their own nations Serbia wanted to form a Slavic State- AustriaHungary fears this & annex Bosnia & Herzegovina. Angered Serbians-revenge The Spark Bum!

Bum! Bum! Oh, look at the cute Family! Archduke Franz Ferdinand & His Family They die Causes of WWI

A Family Outing=Assassination Causes of WWI Assassination - Causes of WWI

- Assassination Bullet proof Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand killed in Bosnia by a Serbian nationalist.

(Believed Bosnia should belong to Serbia.) glass would be a good idea! Gavrilo Princip Guilty!

The Alliance System of 1907 Before WWI Triple Entente: Triple Alliance: Great Britain France Russia Germany

Austria-Hungary Italy The Point of No Return: The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand Austria blamed Serbia for Ferdinands death & declared war on Serbia July 28th 1914. Germany pledged support to Austria -Hungary.

example of Pan-German nationalism Russia pledged their support for Serbia. example of Pan-Slavic nationalism The Point of No Return: 1914 Germany declares war on Russia. August 1st France pledges their support for Russia. Germany declares war on France. Germany invades Belgium on the way to France. Great Britain supports Belgium and declares war on

Germany. Allied Powers: were the Triple Entente Central Powers: Were the triple Alliance Great Britain France

Germany During During WW WW II Austria-Hungary 1914 1914 Russia

Ottoman Empire Italy

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