No - none at all.was defeated by in 1917-18.
Yes. As a matter of fact they gained the whole of eastern Europe.
Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Germany
It purchased it from Russia.
A: Japan and Russia both claimed the same territory in northern Asia B: Britain, France, and Germany competed for colonies in Africa and Asia C: Germany feared the rise of communism in Russia and France D: Britain and Germany each wanted to gain control of France.
They purchased it from Russia in 1867.
Germany planned to rule Europe (and then Russia). Japan planned to rule Asia (and then the Pacific).
During World War 1, Germany and Russia fought heavily to gain control of the Balkan Peninsula. The two belligerents were trying to get the upper hand in terms of advantageous geographical positioning.
they gain independents
Catherine the Great set out to expand Russia and take lands in the name of Russia. Russia is so big that it has 7 time zones.
Neither lose nor gain.
It handed Russia a check for 7.2 million dollars and Russia cashed the check. or they found Alaska before russia and then it was considered our territory find on wikiped
You neglected to say who "we" is, so we cannot give you a firm answer -- however, for the majority of the world, independence was gained from at least one of:Britain,France,Germany,Spain, andRussia.
they hoped to gain parts of the world, leadership and peace (i think and know)
basically Germany were offering Stalin the best offer in that: Russia would gain half of Poland when it was invaded Russia would gain a sphere of influence from the countries surrounding Poland which is key for ideological reasons. The spread of revolution. It meant Russia would not be fighting Germany on two fronts It would strike fear into capitalists countries it would bind time of Russia to recover from the purges and build economically and militarily to be ready to fight Germany because war with Germany was inevitable
Germany entered WWI because they were allies with Austria-Hungary and Russia. Austria-Hungary went to war because of the assassination of the arch duke Franz Ferdinand and Germany saw that as a good opportunity to attack France and try to gain land.
Hitlers ambition was to gain more territory for the germans, because he thought they were overcrowded in that limited space(germany)
Italy primarily wanted to gain territory.
Russia and Germany were not hostile, in fact. They simply wanted the lands which Poland controlled, and the only way to gain them was by force (since no ruler in any sort of mind hands over an entire state).
they lost territory to the soviet union. it's that simple. look it up in a book!!
There are various reasons why Russia went to World War 1. They wanted to gain control of the world as they felt threatened by the growing German power.
They were able to gain territory because they had a strong army that organized into legions.
the allies allowed russia to take it because they weren't doing good economicly so they wanted russia to finally haqve a victory and help them gain more power
what borders did the United States gain when it acquired this territory in 1776
nothing they just lost stuff.