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Feb 26, 2014 R.A.W. Who were the allies in WWI? AIM 40 AIM 40 The Great War HELLO WWI (1914-18)
I. The Causes of WWI
Militarism: Constant building of a country’s military Alliances: treaties that commit countries to help each other. Imperialism: The competition for colonies Nationalism: great Love for one’s country.
II. Assassination In June 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Prince of Austria, was assassinated while visiting Serbia. Austria gives Serbia an ultimatum: hand over the assassin or else!
The Road To War
When Serbia refuses war is declared! The Guns of August!!
On August 3, Germany invades Belgium. Germany declares war on France on August 4. England Declares war. The Great War has begun!!!
“The War to End All Wars”
World War I: The Great War. Bell Ringer What events do you think could cause another world war?
Map of Europe in 1900.
WORLD WAR I. “The Great War” Supposed to be the war to end all wars All about Europe Kaiser Wilhelm II Germany attacks Belgium August 3, 1914 Goal – World.
I.M. A. D.U.N.C.E. World War I started because…..
Alliance System of World War I
WWI ( )- Why did the war begin? Nationalism - love for country turns to hate for neighbor Militarism- glorification of war Imperialism- race for.
Prelude to War The Tragedy of “isms” Tragedy of the -isms Nationalism Imperialism Militarism Alliances.
How did the assassination lead to War?
Causes of World War I. A single action, the assassination of the archduke, started World War I. The conflict had many underlying causes, however.
CAUSES OF WORLD WAR I. NATIONALISM Extreme pride and devotion to your country Primarily seen in the Balkans Many nationalistic groups lived there Groups:
The MAIN causes… MILITARISM ALLIANCES IMPERIALISM NATIONALISM.
The Causes of the Great War. Road Map Explain and define Nationalism. Explain and define Imperialism. Explain and define Militarism. Explain and define.
The M.A.I.N. Causes of WWI 1. MILITARISM MILITARISM What is it? –Celebrating military power –Having an army that is always ready for war Who is strongest?
World War I Prelude to a War.
WORLD WAR 1 FACTORS. IMPERIALISM The extension of one nation’s control over another Can be political, economic, or military control Often involves colonization.
Long Term Causes of World War I Imperialism Militarism Nationalism The alliance system.
Main Causes of World War I (Ch. 13, Sec. 1)
Chapter 19.1 “The War to End all Wars”. THE GREAT WAR.
Causes of WWI "The War To End All Wars ” ( ) "The War To End All Wars ” ( )
The Great War The War to End All Wars Europe’s War (at 1st)
We have reached the year 1914, marking the beginning date of the first world war in history. What has happened so far in history to lead us to this event?
Empire Building Cause of WWI. Industrial – Having to do with business or manufacturing Revolution – a huge change in the way things are done Industrial.
Political Causes Nationalism. –Pride in one’s country. –Each nation felt it was superior to the others. Imperialism. –The creation of empires. –England.
Today we are going to continue learning about the causes of World War 1...but what does Wile E. Coyote have to do with World War 1? Let’s see if we can.
World War I Notes. What was WWI? A war between mostly European nations but also involved people from around the world. Around 20 million die in the war.
Causes of World War I Mrs. Eckert World History Chapter 17.1 and 17.2.
World War I Causes and Alliances. The MAIN Causes of WWI M – Militarism A – Alliances I – Imperialism N – Nationalism.
Causes of WWI -NATIONALISM- European countries competed for colonies and trade Ethnic groups dreamed of creating their own nations – Both of these issues.
The Great War, A number of factors lead to WWI which had an impact on the world.
Forces Leading to WW1. Nationalism Nation is a group of people with a common history, culture, language, ethnicity Nationalists demand a political border.
First total war in history (soldiers & civilians) In August 1914 it involved only 7 European countries but by November 1918 there were over 30 countries.
WWI: “The War to End All Wars”
World War I Europe THE MAKING OF WAR M ilitarism A lliances I mperialism N ationalism.
World War I 1914 – 1918 (1919). Background Europe has been at peace for 30 years into 1900s Europe has been at peace for 30 years into 1900s Whole generation.
WORLD WAR 1 THE GREAT WAR. “Some damned thing in the Balkans” The great powers – Russia, France, Britain, Germany, Austria-Hungary Kaiser Wilhelm provoked.
Strategies and Stalemate
Causes of WWI: Militarism –building up of military forces to protect homeland & colonies European countries expanded their military Germany increased their.
World War I “The Great War” 1914 – 1918 An Introduction.
1. Nationalism 2. Militarism 3. Imperialism 4. Alliances:Alliances: Triple Alliance Triple Entente 5. Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand By Serbian.
Canada during the Laurier Era A Quick Review of Socials 10!
1 World History, Culture and Geography Causes of WWI.
Causes of WWI What are the MAIN causes of World War I?
Mark Manbeck. What were the main causes of WWI? Kaiser Wilhelm II Says that they will defend Austria-Hungary if they go to war Feels surrounded Russia.
Setting the stage for conflict
World War I, Introduction Europe on the Eve of War (1914) Europe’s great powers: Germany Austria-Hungary Great Britain Russia Italy France.
World War I “The war to end all wars” What were the 4 MAIN causes of World War I? Militarism Alliances Imperialism Nationalism What is the spark that.
Imperialism France, Great Britain, Germany, and Russia competed for colonies Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Ottoman Empire competed for the Balkan states.
Militarism Alliances Nationalism Imperialism Assassination (the spark) of Franz Ferdinand.
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