Asked in World War 1, War and Military History
What were the four long term causes of ww1?
The four main long term causes of ww1 were militarism, the alliance system, imperialism ,and nationalism. The main short term cause is the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand (heir to the Austria- hungary throne). He was shot by Gavrilo Pricip after the attempted bombing failed. ...
Asked in The Battle of Hastings
What were the long term causes in the victory of the Normans in the battle of hastings?
The long term causes of this battle were what happened before the event
Asked in World War 1
Short term causes for ww1?
The major short term causes of ww1 are: 1) the Assassination of Archduke Ferdinard on June 1914. 2) Germany declaring war on France and Russia. 3) most of the countries are autocracies. 4) Alsace Lorraine. 5) Imperialism. 6) Kaiser Wilhelm the second.( German ) ...
Asked in History of Europe, WW1 Trench Warfare
What long term effects did ww1 have on soldiers who survived?
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What were the Long term causes of the revolutionary war?
The long term causes of the Revolutionary War was the increasing control Britain wanted over the colonists. The taxes increasing was the tipping point. ...
What are the long and short term causes of World War 1?
Some of the long term causes are - the arms race between Germany and Britain, the alliances (Triple alliance & triple entente) Some of the short term causes are- the invasion of Belgium by Germany, the French Colonies ...
Asked in Vietnam War
What were the long term causes of the Vietnam war?
The long term causes of the Vietnam war were traced back to the Cold War. This was based on the fear that America had of communism spreading across the Asian continent. The long term causes of the Vietnam war was communism taking over southeast Asia. The United States feared this spread of communism. ...
Asked in American Revolution
What are some long term and short term causes of the American revolution?
The long term causes include many forms of taxation and duties imposed on the colonies by the British, all without having any representation in Parliament. Short term causes include having British soldiers living in the colonists homes, but also the Boston Massacre. ...
Asked in World War 1
What long-term factors led to the outbreak of World War 1?
There were 4 main long term causes that led to the outbreak of World War I. These causes included militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism. ...