How did alliances millitarism and nationalism lead to a crisis in Europe?
Militarism-countries wanted theirs to have the biggest armies so they competed with each other when one of them got a bigger military Nationalism-countries felt theirs was the best so they tried to be on top and outdo each other http://americanhistory.about.com/od/worldwari/tp/causes-of-world-war-1.htm http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070531183544AANY900
Eugene Newton Anderson has written: 'European issues in the twentieth century' -- subject(s): History 'Process versus power' 'Nineteenth century Europe, crisis and contribution' -- subject(s): History, Social classes 'Nationalism and the cultural crisis in Prussia, 1806-1815' -- subject(s): Nationalism, Prussia 'Europe in the nineteenth century' -- subject(s): Collections, History, Social conditions 'The Moroccan crisis, 1904-1906' -- subject(s): Moroccan Crisis, 1904-1906
Nationalism was a key factor in the Balkan crisis. The conflict between Serbia and Austria -Hungary was founded on the need of Serbs of Austria-Hungary . Russia, the mother of all slavs, intervened for Serbia while Germany , being in an alliance with Austria-Hungary supported them. This caused war between the two alliances.
. A nation might turn to military leaders and Extreme Nationalists during a time of crisis because these leaders have a far greater sense of nationalism than government leaders or politicians. This sense of nationalism would inspire the people and make them far more likely to get through the crisis at hand.
Greece is the country in southern Europe that is having the biggest financial crisis in 2012. To a lesser extent Italy, Spain and Portugal also are having a financial crisis, but not as bad as Greece. Greece is the country in southern Europe that is having the biggest financial crisis in 2012. To a lesser extent Italy, Spain and Portugal also are having a financial crisis, but not as bad as Greece. Greece is the…