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What were the powerful countries in Europe in 1900?
the allied countries in 1942 were the united states, the soviet union(russia) and great britian, the leaders were Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Josef Stalin and Winston Chu…rchill
Until about 1580 Spain was the 'top dog' in Europe. The revolt of the Dutch provinces from 1568 onwards and the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 (combined with state bankr…uptcy in Spain itself) mark the start of a long decline.
The offical answer, by looking at different areas, not by saying that 'my country is the most powerful' or is most powerful after Russia, the U.S and China', show that there i…s more than one answer. In a list, it would come out as: 1) Germany and The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northen Ireland* 2) France 3) Spain This is because of the fact of the size and rates of Economies and Military power in these countires. The reasons for a tie for First place is: Germany has a huge economy and a very decent Military, with the U.K having one of the best skilled, most experienced and well trained Military with a large economy; Although France does have a larger budget for it's military forces, the U.K does have a better Miltary and more assembled Navy. The United Kingdom and Germany also do have very large influences Politically and with culture, for example the British Royal Family. They both are importaint members of the European Union too. In comparison to some other countries, the sort of their export is more influential and have much more global power. France got Second place becuase of it's stable enough economy and it having a large Military. It's influence in the European Union is strong and it exports it's cultural traditions. Spain got Third Place as it has a large economy, although it is depending on Tourisim. As well as this it has a decent Military and exports food and holiday items which are both in demand. I hope this helped you. * Russia was not counted as it is a more Asian nation, although probably would be joint in First or Second place as it has a strong economy and Military, with heavy influence in Asia.
Great Britain. it had taken power of many countries and they had gained power by making allies with other countries, such as Russia and others. __________ …The US. It just didn't realise it yet. Britain had already realised it couldn't rule the roost any more, hence its sudden quest for allies.
It is hard to define what "power" is and to give any definite answer the question must be more specific. Through centuries of history, several European countries have juggled …power and vied to gain the most influence on the continent: Britain, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Russia, etc. etc. but these have changed over time. If we were to assume by power you mean "economic power" we can base that on each country's GDP. If so, Germany has Europe's highest GDP and we can say the most economic power. This is followed by Britain and France. If power as in military power or political influence, that is harder to define. Europe is and always has been a complex network of countries that all make their contribution to the continent's prosperity, although historically and presently, some have more influence than others.
Great Britain, Germany and France are usually at the top of the list. It changes depending on what period in time you are referring to. If you wanted a list of Leadi…ng countries throughout history then it would also include Spain, Italy, Turkey, Romania, Switzerland, etc.
UK, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Belgium
By establishing new colonies
There is a lot of controversy to this. The possible answers are Germany, Russia, UK, or France. Germany has lots of economic power. Russia has a large military. France also h…as a large economy and good relations with the world. (also a lot of territorial claims) The UK has a large economy as well and good relations with the world (past empire[commonwealth])
In order to answer this we need to see a list of countries.
either Spain or the UK.
Probably as always, Britain had the best Navy in the early 1900's. But, although the British considered it unfair, the Germans were on the rise in Naval power with the creatio…n of the U-Boat.