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America's role in World War 1 was that of a peace maker. America maintained a bystander attitude for a large part of the war and only entered to end it and instigate the p…eace process.
Technology had a huge impact on World War 1. The invention of barbed wire and the machine gun upped the ante and made warfare much dangerous than it had ever been previous…ly. Answer this question… It allowed individuals to kill huge groups of enemies faster than ever before. /
The British Sergeant was and is in command of a platoon of about 30 men. The corporal was and is the squad leader, and the lance corporal is the team leader. A team is 4 to 5 …men, the squad consists of two teams, and the platoon is made up of 3 to 4 squads. The sergeant and the second lieutenant command the platoon. In some cases later in the war, Seargents were in charge of companies.
the alliance systems are one of the main causes that the war spread to so many countries. the war was originally between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. But, Russia was allied wit…h Serbia so they began mobilizing for war. Germany was allied with Austria-Hungary so they declared war on Russia. Germany later declared war on France. To get to France, Germany went through Belgium. Belgium was allied with Britain so Britain declared war on Germany. this continued until many more countries became involved.
It led to imperialism. With new improvements in ships, transportation modes, etc., the European nations were not only able to conquer many lands around the world (or gain infl…uence in these places,) but they were able to trade with them. This created global trading companies, starting with the Dutch, of course. Tensions because of these trading capabilities and multinational influences, actually, is one of the leading causes of WWI.
Turkey in WW1 Turkey (or to be more precise, the Ottoman Empire) was an ally of Germany. It fought mainly against the British and also against the Russians (in the Cauc…asus). Given its geographical position the Ottoman Empire was a potential threat to links between Britain and India (and the Far East). It was also a potential threat (of sorts anyway) to British oil supplies from the Persian Gulf.
The US came into the war right at the end, forcing the German forces to accept an armistice (Surrender) with the allied forces because they would have been unable to fig…ht off the US troops as well as the Triple Entente. Later, when the Treaty of Versailles was drawn up by the 'Big 3,' Woodrow Wilson, the US president at the time, was one of these leaders. The other two were; David Lloyd George of Britain and Clemenceau of France. However, despite participating in the Treaty of Versailles and the invention of the 'League of Nations,' the U.S. then backed out of both signing the Treaty, and joining the League.
Just the same as all the other countries. To fight the war. It was on the Allied side, and did terribly. Its troops didn't have enough guns, equipment or food; and it was poor…ly led. The citizens had to give their food to the army, which still wasn't enough. Very early in WW1 Russia invaded Germany, but the German army pushed the Russian forces back, and then fighting happened in Russia. Russia pulled out of the war in 1917. Russia was getting paid to fight in the war and as the country was out of money , they had to keep on fighting , this upset alot of people and soon riots and strikes broke out all over the country. But when Lenin gained power he pulled them out of the war , but he had to make a sacrifice . The Germans wanted part of the Russia teritory and Lenin gave it to them.
Answer Britain was one of the main countries fighting on the side of the Entente against the Central Powers. Britain, together with its empire, went to war early …in August 1914 and fought for the entire duration of the war.
Before entering the war, the US was declaring itself neutral during the fighting and serving only as a goods provider for both sides but with a clear bias for Triple Entente (…France Britain Russia serbia-allies) as opposed to triple alliance (Germany Ottoman Empire Italy-central powers).
Answer . Australia's role was as backup to Britain in the fight, or expendable forces, because Australia wanted to prove that it was worthy of being a stand-alone country..…
Trench warfare was the main feature of World War 1 both offensively and defensively. However, due to the stalemate it caused, new technologies like tanks, flame throwers, …chemical gas and airplanes were introduced. Another novel invention during this period was the use of radio.
Romania was neutral and on both the Allies' and the Central Powers' sides at different times during WW1. When it started, Romania was neutral though it had been allied wit…h the Central Powers during the 1800s. It joined the Allies after being promised conquered territories. After defeat by the Central Powers, it signed an armistice with them.
Kenya, a British colony, was part of the East African campaign. A series of battles were started by the Germans in East Africa, and extended to Portuguese colonies as well…. The German strategy was to lure the Allies to Africa. The campaign failed, mainly because mainly native troops were being used in that area.
In World War 1
They were kinda with Austria-Hungary and backing them up against the Serbs.
In World War 1
Two main new technologies during ww1 are tanks and subs. Tanks and subs were very new technology for WW1. Tanks shot enemy bases, and are still used today. Subs are also still… used today, shoot boats from under the water and can explode the boats. They are also used for under water voyages.