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I.M. A. D.U.N.C.E. World War I started because….
Imperialism I Countries wanted more money, power, territory Q: Why could this lead to war?
Militarism M Each country wanted the best military – war was glorified
Alliances A Countries join together and agree to help each other if attacked Q: Why could this lead to war?
Diplomatic Failures D Countries were unable to work out their problems by talking.
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Nationalism N The people of Europe wanted to prove that their country was the best.
Competition for Colonies C European countries competed for colonies and became enemies.
Eeek!! E Archduke Franz Ferdinand is assassinated. This is the spark that starts the war!
Archduke Franz Ferdinand is assassinated by Serbian nationalists
Austria declares war on Serbia
Germany promised to support Austria (had a treaty)
Russia has treaty with Serbia and begins mobilizing troops.
Germany declares war on Russia
France has a treaty with Russia and promises them support
So Germany declared war on France
Germany launches an attack on France by invading through Belgium
Britain had a 75 year old treaty promising to protect the neutrality of Belgium so they declare war on Germany
Britains colonies and other Commonwealth members came into the war to support Britain (Canada, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, India)
The United States declared neutrality
Japan had a treaty with Britain and declared war on Germany
Italy declared neutrality and stayed out of it (for a while) in spite of a treaty with Germany and Austria
The world is at war!
Forces Leading to WW1. Nationalism Nation is a group of people with a common history, culture, language, ethnicity Nationalists demand a political border.
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1. Nationalism 2. Militarism 3. Imperialism 4. Alliances:Alliances: Triple Alliance Triple Entente 5. Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand By Serbian.
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Map of Europe in Empires of the World in 1914.
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FOCUS ON – CAUSE & CONSEQENCES AND SIGNIFICANCE THE ROAD TO WWI.
MANIACS caused World War I. Militarism* glorification of the military European nations had large armies and flaunted their strength by using them.
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Germany defeated France and claimed the provinces of Alsace and Lorraine. France wanted revenge! They also wanted the provinces back.
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