Five great empires entered World War One, and only one emerged. Germany, Austro-Hungary, Russia and the Ottomans all lost their empires as a result of the war. Germany was shorn of its colonies at the Versailles Peace Conference and a republican democracy was created. The Kaiser abdicated and the Hohenzollern throne was no more. The Hapsburgs had ruled in central Europe for hundreds of years, and their "Dual Monarchy" in Austria-Hungary was broken up into smaller nations. The Ottoman Empire had ruled Asia Minor and the Middle East for four hundred years. The Middle East was taken away and divided into new nations, and mandated territories under the League of Nations under French and British control. All that remained of the once vast and powerful Ottoman Empire was Turkey, and the Sultan was dethroned. The Romanov dynasty in Russia did not survive even until the war was over. The Soviets took over Russia, ending hundreds of years of Czarist rule, and imposed a communist regime that lasted for seventy years and forced the Cold War upon the rest of the world.
Germany was forced to "admit" at Versailles that it was solely responsible for World War One, a judgment which is not entirely accurate but which was in accord with French feelings and a vindictive desire to punish the Germans. The harsh terms imposed on Germany, the reparations demanded, ensured that German resentment would simmer and the world would be treated to a sequel, which came to pass within a generation.
Britain managed to hang on to its empire but was vastly weakened. The nation was bankrupted by the immense expenditure of treasure in fighting the war.
France was similarly devastated. As in Britain, an entire generation of young men was in the cemeteries or maimed for life, with spirits broken by the horrific ordeal of the western front. The Treasury was empty. Most of the fighting on the western front had taken place in France, and the land was ravaged, pocked with craters, poisoned with gas and full of metal shell fragments. Cities, towns and villages were insignificant heaps of rubble. To this day there exists a "Zone Rouge" in France where the land is uninhabitable, though it shrinks every year, the soil so poisoned by the war that it cannot support life. Farmers in parts of France and Belgium require armored tractors to plow their land, so they will not be killed when their plows strike and detonate long-buried unexploded artillery shells from the Great War. Someone is still killed every year from this menace, though efforts have been continuous over the last ninety years to find these explosives. For a generation after the war people made a living gleaning metal shell fragments from the battllefields for scrap metal recycling.
The United States was deeply disillusioned by its experience. The people of the US had thought to settle this horror between "civilized" people so that the rule of reason could return and peace be nourished. The bitter, greedy squabbling of the peace process and the vulgar grasping that went on there convinced most in the US that the effort had been wasted, and that Europe was irredeemable. Most people in the US wanted to go back to the way things had always been, with the US minding its own business, taking little part in international affairs, and certainly none in the incessant bloodbaths of Europe, which , after all, many of their ancestors had crossed the ocean to escape. The United States wanted only a "return to normalcy" and isolationism.
Northern France after the war was in receipt of clothing from England
For a period of time most of the affected nations were involved in the formation of the League of Nations, proposed and spearheaded by the United States under the aegis and will power of President Woodrow Wilson.
Historically; Britain was saved by the US, from defeat by Germany.
This brought great Britain into the conflict. The British had close ties with Belgium, one of their nearest neighbors on the continent. Outraged over the violation of Belgium neutrality, Britain declared war on Germany on August 4.
Answer this question… The Ottoman Empire collapsed after many of its territories sided with the Allied powers.
Some of the effects of the Berlin conference included the agreements that were reached regarding the colonial powers and the countries that they would each occupy. France was allocated some countries, while Britain, Belgium and Germany also had their own shares.
The most obvious negative effects of Hitler's rule in Germany was that Hitler threw Germany into a very bloody world war and at the end of the war the whole of Germany was in ruins.
The effects were that Great Britain closed the port of Boston until they paid for the destroyed tea and other punishments
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Germans were angry at the Weimar government for signing the treaty and in return lost poularity. Germany had to pay reprations to France and Britain. France invaded Germany to take land back. Germany Printed more money which led to hpyerinflation. The Navy and Airforce was destroyed, ground soldiers were limited to 100,000. They couldn't be within 100Km of the border.
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invention or the tank in Great Britain invention or the tank in Great Britain
They were afraid of the effects of standing up to Hitler in case of another war. Both Britain and France were horrified from WW1, and they were both still not ready to fight. So they used the policy of appeasement to give Hitler what he wanted, if it was within reason. Also, people in britain thought that the Treaty of Versailles- which is what took the Sudetenland land from Germany in the first place was too harsh, and that Germany should be treated more equally.
wages were raised
They made Jamaicans slaves for a while.
Tea parties and big red buses.
There were positive effects as well as negative effects
There were positive effects as well as negative effects.
When Germany invaded Poland and the Soviet Union, the object was to confiscate the land for Germans and eliminate the existing occupants. This was responsible for massacres in Poland and the Ukraine. When Germany invaded Belgium and France, the object was to gain strategic positions and resources. Germany planned to conquer Britain, and France would be an ideal location from which to launch a seaborne attack.
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It cost Britain a lot of money, and caused many peopel to be xenophobic and racist to Germans.
they moved to africa