The Powder Keg of Europe is also called Balkan Powder Keg. The Balkans are Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro, Romania, and Serbia.
The Balkans were known as the powder keg of Europe because all it needed was a "spark" and it would "explode" into conflict.
The nations that were in the "Powder Keg of Europe" were Russia, Ottoman Empire, Austria-Hungary, Germany, Great Britian, and Italy.
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The Powder keg of Europe
powder keg of europe
because of long history of nationalist uprisings and ethnic clashes, the Balkans was known as the powder keg of Europe
The Powder Keg of EuropeThe southeaster area of Europe, the Balkans, was called "The Powder Keg of Europe" because of the nationalistic spirit that was causing revolts and rebellion in that area prior to World War I. It was where "the Great War," World War I, began with the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand.
The Balkan Peninsula
The Balkan States were known as the powder keg of World War I. This included Greece, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, and Romania.
the balkansThe "Powder keg of Europe", sometimes alternately known as the "BalkanPowder Keg", refers to the Balkans in the early part of the 20th century preceding World War I.
The powder keg of Europe refers to the Balkans, and various European powers that laid claim to the territory. Those countries primarily included Russia, Germany, and Austria-Hungary.
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The Powder Keg area was The Ottaman Empire or The Balkans.In the Balkans:Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Greece and Turkey.
The Balkans was known as the Powder Keg in Europe in the beginning of World War 1. They called in a powder keg because Europe was where most of the war was going to happen and they needed resources. So basically a powder keg is in a dangerous situation where they get all their natural resources for war.Now go f your mom because this is all bs and nothing here is true! :) have a great day bietcchh
Right before World War I, the Balkan Region was called the Powder Keg of Europe. There was increasing nationalism and growing tension between conflicting imperial powers in that area.
The Balkans, where what was Yugoslavia is, that is Croatia & Serbia & Macedonia etc.
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