A global conflict also known as the War to End All Wars, World War I took place from 1914 to 1918 and resulted in 15 million deaths.
A global conflict also known as the War to End All Wars, World War I took place from 1914 to 1918 and resulted in 15 million deaths.
They did not. However, during WW 2, the government purchased .22 TARGET rifles to be used to train service members in basic rifle marksmanship. Training was mainly for people that would not be expected to use the M1 Rifle on a regular basis- such as Navy, Air Corps, Women's Army Corps. .22 rimfire ammo and the rifles to shoot it were less expensive than the M1 Garand. I have one of those rifles in my… Read More
It had caused Germany to grow resentment towards England and France for placing the treaty of Versailles on Germany limiting its army and having it pay for all the damages caused by the war. this had caused many Germans to be angry at the allies and that allow for the rise of Hitler who also hated the treaty.
Prior to the attack on Galipolli, the ANZACs trained in Egypt.
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because that way the countries have a stronger army so it would be more likley to win if you get what im sayin
The machine gun changed warfare
Economicly, each country which was involved in the war lost a lot amout of money. Emotionally soldiers were in a bad mood, because when they came back they saw that the women, immigrants and even unmature men took over their job. Politicaly, Treaty of Versailles made division between countries and Germany was under a huge pressure.
The Battle of Tannenberg started on 23rd August 1914. The Battle of Tannenberg ended on 30th August 1914.
The war seemed unnecessary and Woodrow Wilson, although looked great and in a powerful position after entering/winning the war, failed to accomplish anything he wanted, which included his 14 points. Also, America had a major issue with immigrants that were mostly Catholic. Most traditionalist Americans pushed for the anti-immigration policies of 1917 and 1924. They felt that Catholic immigrants were not assimilating and destroying American culture. Their proof was urban culture in the 1920s.
I think we need a lot more context to be able to answer this question. Some British people leave Great Britain every day.
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The American reinforcements did reach northeastern France in time. They were able to prevent the German offensive from being successful.
The entry of the USA into World War I altered the impression given, up to that point, to the rest of the world, that the USA would happily see its allies put to the sword, as long as it could survive itself without problems. Up to that time, in terms of war, the USA was known mainly for having the worst civil war of all time (with as many as 25,000 deaths on any given… Read More
The Treaty of Versailles.
He wanted the US to help keep global peace, but the people wanted to keep the US isolated. Wilson was worried another world war could occur if an international peace group was not created.
Wilson was the president of the United States. The League of Nations was his baby. His own country didn't join. That could be very disappointing.
1:New machine guns such as the German maksim gun which could fire 400 rounds per minute, 2:artillery(howitzer), 3: flamethrowers
1 plus 1 does not mean anything it equals 2.?
The Central Powers of World War I included Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria.
The First Battle of the Marne
Georges Clemenceau, the president. Joseph Joffre, commander in cheif of France Robert Neville, replaced Joffre after Verdun Philippe Petain, replaced Neville Ferdinand Foch, appointed to lead the combined Allied troops on the Western Front
After the end of the Napoleonic Wars in 1815, Europe fell into a century of "peace." Countries didn't go to war because they couldn't afford. But there were still conflicts between countries. You can think of those conflicts like pieces of dynamite being stacked on top of each other. The Archduke's assassination was the match set to the fuse. It came at the right time and hit in a volatile place.
taking antibiotics, using cold ice-packs for headaches and checking all food before eating it.
Yes but they never developed the beach front property. This is why they were known as a Poor land which was shortened to Po' land, and later just Poland.
Russia. They thought it would take around 6 weeks.
Austria-Hungary and Serbia had the conflict over Bosnia and the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand that began the war, but Russia was the country that joined on Serbia's side and widened it into a war.
There were mAny blunders in the second world war, one of the biggest was hitler sending troops to invade Russia. The was a Huge flaw because the Russians had the biggest army back then. - Cornjulio
because we had other wars after it too so instead of great war 1 and 2 and that stuff they just put world war 1 & 2
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1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th battles of Ypres. Battles of the Somme. Battle of Verdun. Battles of Mons, Neuve Chappelle, Festubert, Aubers Ridge, Loos, Cambrai and Arras - to name but a few.
Franz Ferdinand was the trigger to ww1
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Germany and Austria-Hungary
The Battle of the Bulge didn't happen in WW1, It happened towards the end of WW2 in Europe. It was a key WW2 battle as it was Hitler's last major offensive move to regain any control on the western front.
Germany, with the help of others, tried to take over europe in both world wars and got the most media attention would be the biggest reason why they are blamed
France, Russia, Britain, Belgium, Italy, Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Serbia. I didn't put in America because it was not a significant force until summer 1918, four months from the end of the war.
They joined because they made a pack meaning that if one was attacked they would attack the attacker. In WWI Germany marched through Belgium and attacked France who were part of the Triple Entente, Britain was also in the Triple Entente so consequently attacked France.
the arch duke of Serbia (i believe) was assassinated in Russia since there was no UN or league of nations and just an ally systems when Serbia declared war on Russia Germany did as well. then France declared war on Germany. to get to France the Germans went throw Belgium which in the eyes of the British violated Belgium's neutrality. the u.s stated neutral and only joined because of the unrestricted submarine warfare on u.s… Read More
the cheese war
Ferdinand Foch was the Allied Commander on the Western Front. Paul von Hindenburg was the commander for the Germans.
They hoped it would help women win the right to vote.
During World War I France went against the Central Powers, which included Germany, the Ottoman Empire and Austria-Hungary.
Basically because they were in the middle of the Allies- Germany, Austria-Hungary and Ottoman Empire all fall between Russia and the western Allies (Britain and France).
Nothing. MAD was the anagram for "Mutual Assured Destruction," a term that was born during the Post-World War 2 arms race between the US and the Soviet Union. It meant that if one country used a nuclear bomb on the other, the other would use one and both would be destroyed along with the rest of the world.
the prohibition started during WWI because America needed more money to supply the troops and buy more copper and led to produce bullets and bullet casings.
Japan was an allied power in WWI (back then called the Great War), and fought the German Empire over Pacific islands and territories.
Yes, she did.
Nowhere! The Rhineland was always the Rhine River Valley that covered the border between France and Germany, but it was not demilitarized until AFTER World War I in order to give France a measure of security.
The United States was neutral from the start of the war until April of 1917.
WW1 was not so much about 'taking over', like WW2 was about Hitler seeking a form of European and world domination, but was more a general jostling for power and influence as the Turkish Ottoman Empire steadily collapsed. Imagine, if you will, the head of a family dying, and his children, his nieces and nephews all with their own agendas and ambitions trying to manoeuvre their way to his assets and influence. That was what… Read More
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Yes. There were tanks on both sides. The German tank was renowned for it's 'speed' of 12kph but light armor. Thin enough for 30cal fire to shred anyone inside.. The German tanks in WW1 were not a success. The allied forces had the opposite effect. The british tanks ruled the battlefields of 1916.. Heavily armoured (or I could say excessively as it was 27tons and moved at 3kph) and well armed for it's time. However… Read More
Many things might have lead up to it but one of the main things was a german submarine sunk an american ship without warning No American ships were sunk by the Germans. The ship in question was the British Lusitania. 128 Americans aboard drowned when it sank. The Zimmermann Note was also a factor and the war debts owed to the US by the Allies that would be impossible to repay if the Allies lost… Read More
The Balkan Peninsula
Poland was recreated from German and Russian land.
Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia
Himmler was a teenager at the outbreak of World War I and he studied the war and wanted to become an officer and he did.
When the war started, Germany had colonies in the Pacific, and controlled a small territory in China. Japan decided to take advantage of the war, and joined the side of the Allies, correctly predicting that after they won, the other Allies would allow Japan to keep those colonies.
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Great Britain was on the winning side in World War 1 and lost no land.
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i don't know but they have guns so i think everyone was just like "please don't kill me please don't kill me" lol :)
His assassination was on 28th June 1914, he wife was also killed at the time.
They did not want Germany punished, so much as they wanted compensation for the financial cost of the Great War; also, they were keen to make sure that Germany could not become a political threat again and spark a second war. On this, they failed miserably.
president wilson protects the u.s. by helping the u.s. and we can all help the president by doing that.
The assasination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
because the nazis were taking all the food, and its expensive Save
They had to ration stuff and were limited to the stuff the can by.
Britain, France, Italy and Germany. The USA did not sign it. Britain, France, Italy, Germany, China/Japan/ Both, USA and about 25 more. Germany itself was forced to pay £6.6 billion and weaken its army, the US just wanted to make sure there were no more wars in the future. also Germany was not allowed to have an air force or more than 6 warships and no submarines
There is a good case to be made that the Seven Years War (called the French and Indian War) was the first World War. Certainly there was fighting at places scattered all around the globe - in Europe, in Canada, the Caribbean, even the Solomon Islands of the South Pacific, where US Marines and Army troops would fight again in 1942-43. Where I live, in western North Carolina, there were two battles, in 1760 and… Read More
Compiegne was the place in France where Germany officially agreed to the armistice that ended the war. It took place in one of the cars in the train belonging to the French general, Foch. In 1940, when Germany defeated France in World War II, Hitler made the French sign their surrender in the same train car that the Germans had surrendered in in 1918 (the French had made it into a memorial). Afterward, Hitler had… Read More
The League of Nations
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1914. Austria Hungary was actually the country that started the war with their declaration of war on Serbia (after Serbs killed the heir to the Austrian throne).
there was to many sluts there.
Joseph Joffre was Commander-in-Chief, a position he had held since 1911. While serving in this position, Joffre was responsible for development of the Plan XVII blueprint for the invasion of Germany, which proved unsuccessful. Joffre was thought to be the 'Savior of France' due to his serenity and a refusal to admit defeat, valuable at the beginning of the war, along with his regrouping of retreating allied forces at the Battle of the Marne.
Trench warfare is used rarely in very few wars, it was mainly used in WW1 to place the enemies morale in a downfall spriral. no
There were five great empires that went into WWI, and only one came out. The Russian, Ottoman Turk, German and Austro-Hungarian Empires all collapsed as a result of the war. Where before there had been the Austro-Hungarian (or Hapsburg) Empire, which had lasted hundreds of years and was the oldest of all the empires, after the war there were many new countries, including Austria, Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania and Yugoslavia. Only the British Empire survived… Read More
Denmark was one of them...didnt find much info..if i do...i will repost
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Gavrilo Princip wanted to free the Serbian citizens in Bosnia of Austria-Hungary. Also the day he performed the assassination was a important day in the Serbian calender.
French didnt win the world war 1 because england won it
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France and Germany did accept it. The USA did not- the US Senate refused to ratify it because they objected to the provisions that created the League of Nations. In 1921, the US Congress passed the Knox-Porter Resolution, which officially ended the American part of the war.
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During World War I, he was a general who commanded the German Army, initially in the war against Russia. After much success there, he was made the overall commander of all German forces, and by the end of the war, he was so powerful that he was the virtual dictator of Germany. After the war, he eventually became President of Germany. In Germany, the President is a lot like the Queen of England- technically has… Read More
Germany, France, England, US, Japan, Italy. But ESPECIALLY Germany. That's probably what you're looking for.
Neutral. The United states did not join world war one until Lustinia got sunk. FROM: CACTC:)
League of Nations.
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.
Franz-Ferdinand was assassinated by the Black Hand, a Serbo-Bosnian terrorist group that wanted Bosnia to be given to Serbia from Austria-Hungary. Specifically, Gavrilo Princip shot Franz-Ferdinand and his wife.
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.Partly the Ottoman Empire as well because they joined the Central Powers from September of 1914, on.
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