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From the beginning of the occupation Austria-Hungary counted upon ultimately obtaining permanent possession. Serbia, however, continued to hope that the provinces, or at least such a portion of them as would give access to the Adriatic, would some day be to her. The crisis in 1908-1909 sprang from the fact that Serbia believed that she must prevent the consummation of annexation by Austria-Hungary or give up permanently her long-cherished hopes.

Soon after the proclamation of annexation Serbia called a part of the reserves to the colors and lodged a vigorous protest with the powers, demanding either a return to the status quo ante or compensations calculated to assure the independence and material progress of Serbia. Serbian newspapers demanded a strip of territory extending across Novi-Bazar and Bosnia-Herzegovina to the Adriatic. The Government of the Dual Monarchy refused to receive the Serbian protest. It denied that Serbia had any right to raise a question as to the annexation.

The immediate cause of the war was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, by Gavrilo Princip, a Bosnian Serb citizen of Austria-Hungary and member of the Black Hand. This group wanted to have an independent Serbia from Austria-Hungary.

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Why did many European nations get involved in the conflict?

It started with a conflict between Serbia and Austria-Hungary. Russia defended Serbia (they were allies), which caused Germany to aid Austria-Hungar as they were also allies. The rest followed suit by accompanying their allies. Basically, they were allied to the countries who originally had the conflict.


Why where they fighting in World War I?

it was all because of alliances, if there wasn't any peace treaty's between any of the countries in ww1 none of it would of happened, it would of been a war between Serbia and Austria-Hungary, but when Austria-Hungary attack Serbia Russia had to jump in to help Serbia and when Russia attacked Austria-Hungary Germany had to jump in to help Austria-Hungary, and then when Germany went to attack France through Belgium, BEF (Britain) had to jump in to help Belgium and France, and later during the war America and Italy joined in. Sounds a bit confusing but I'm sure its right :)


What role did the alliance system play in Europe to World War 1?

It brought a lot of countries into conflict when normally only 2 nations were involved. When Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, Austria's allies, Germany and the Ottoman Empire, and Serbia's allies, Great Britain, France, and Russia, also joined the conflict, making it a continental war.


What is Serbias response to the ultimatum sent by the Austro-Hungarian empire?

When Serbia responded to Austria-Hungary's ultimatum, they accepted all the conditions save one. Austria-Hungary immediately declared war on Serbia, which had always been their intention given the demeaning demands they had made.


What event set off the chain of events that started World War 1?

Archduke Ferdinand, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary is assassinated by Gvrio Princip, a Serbian from Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia. Austria wanted money or an apology of some sort from Serbia but Serbia would not take blame or give them money. Austria-Hungary said were gana declare war with you if you don't apologize and Serbia basically said bring it on. Serbia was alliences with Russia and Austria-Hungary was alliences with Germany. Now 4 countries are in the war-Austria Hungary and Germany vs. Serbia and Russia. It continued to grow where the allies had allies and their allies had allies etc. The 2 competitors were Allies: Russia, Great Britain, France, Ireland Findland, Serbia, Italy, Romania Central Powers: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottomen Empire, Bosnia, Bulgaria U.S. joined the Allies later on their own descision

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Did Russia and Austria Hungary came into conflict because Russia was an ally of Serbia?

Yes. Russia entered a regional conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia to protect its fellow Slavic nation.


Which factor played a major role in Austria-Hungary's decision to declare war on Serbia?

Germany guaranteed Austria-Hungary its support in the conflict with Serbia.


Why was russia drawn into conflict with Germany after austria Hungary declared war on Serbia?

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Why did other European countries become involved in the conflict between Austria Hungary and Serbia?

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Why did many European nations get involved in the conflict?

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Out of what nations lands was Yugoslavia created?

Austria-Hungary, Mentenegro, and Serbia


How did the alliance system deepen the original conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia into a war?

once the machinery of war set in motion it seemed impossible to stop


How did the alliance system deepen the original conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia into a general?

once the machinery of war set in motion it seemed impossible to stop


How did the alliance system contributed to the outbreak of World War 1?

They allowed a small conflict between Serbia and Austria-Hungary (Austria-Hungary taking over Serbia) to quickly grow larger and involve Germany, Russia, France, and UK. Serbia had an alliance with Germany, and Serbia was allied with Russia and Russia was allied with France and the UK. Now you see how two countries dragged in four more countries. Further into the war, the US joined the Allied Powers (UK, France, Serbia, and Russia) and the Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria joined the Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary).


How did the alliance system deepen the original conflict between Austria and Hungary and Serbia into general war?

once the machinery of war set in motion it seemed impossible to stop