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Q: What was the result of Moroccan crisis of World War 1?
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Which are factors of World War 1?

The Moroccan crisis and the Bosnian crisis


How did the first Moroccan Crisis cause World War 1?

the Moroccan king was killed and everything turned into a big mess


What else did Germans do to start World War 1?

They tried to interfered with the entente cordiale in the Moroccan crisis 1905.


What made the outbreak of war more likely the Bosnian or Moroccan crisis?

Definitely the Bosnian crisis. :) it is a vigina :)


Why were two crises important factors in world war 1?

The Moroccan Crisis (1905-1906) was the first crises and was one of the long term causes of World War One. The fight over control of Morocco broke down the trust between the major European Powers. The second crisis was the Bosnian Crisis (1908-1909) and was caused by Austria-Hungary's desire to annex Bosnia-Herzegovina. This crisis led to the assassination of Franz Ferdinand which triggered the breakout of the war.


Why was the Moroccan crisis and the Bosnian crisis important factors?

Both contributed to the war in 1914. The Moroccan Crisis got the Germans even more annoyed. Also, Britain and Russia had decided to form an entente, after the discovery of Germany's plan to attack. For the Bosnian Crisis, the rivalry between Bosnia and Serbia eventually led to the assassination at Sarajevo. In 1908 there was a revolution in Turkey, and Austria-Hungary took advantage of this to annex (take over) the Turkish state of Bosnia.


When did Franco-Moroccan War happen?

Franco-Moroccan War happened in 1844.


Why why were the two crises important factors?

The Moroccan Crisis (1905-1906) was the first crises and was one of the long term causes of World War One. The fight over control of Morocco broke down the trust between the major European Powers. The second crisis was the Bosnian Crisis (1908-1909) and was caused by Austria-Hungary's desire to annex Bosnia-Herzegovina. This crisis led to the assassination of Franz Ferdinand which triggered the breakout of the war.


What happened during the First Moroccan crisis?

In 1805, France tried to claim Morocco as its protectorate and Kaiser William II visited Morocco and publicly supported its territorial integrity. In 1906,A conference was called by the Powers in Spain the solve the First Moroccan Crisis. Britain backed France to get the national defence of Morocco. In 1911, Germany sent a gunboat to Moroccan port of Agadir to protect its interest over there and prevents it from expanding. Britain backed France again and Morocco becomes the protectorate of France. Although the two Moroccan Crises did not result in war, it further worsened relationship between Britain, France and Germany.


What were the Causes of the First Moroccan Crisis?

Germany and France were the key countries in the Moroccan Crisis of 1911. Germany challenged France's attempt to convert Morocco into a French protectorate. A war was averted over this when both nations agreed to a compromise. This entailed Germany withdrawing its objections in exchange for a small area in the French Congo.


A crisis in this country in 1904 nearly led to war?

The Moroccan (Morocco) crisis. In 1904 Morocco had been given to France by Britain, but the Moroccans wanted their independence. In 1905, Germany announced her support for Moroccan independence. War was narrowly avoided by a conference which allowed France to retain possession of Morocco. However, in 1911, the Germans were again protesting against French possession of Morocco. Britain supported France and Germany was persuaded to back down for part of French Congo. (the following was used fromhttp://www.historyonthenet.com/WW1/causes.htm )


What is a crisis that changed the world?

World War 2