The five major powers in ww1 were Great Britain, Germany, Austria, France and Russia. Another power was Italy. These major powers were rivals, starting with Great Britain whom was the main leader. Great Britain was a strong and powerful army leading to other countries turning against them.
Germany began to build up a bigger army, other countries were aware of this and therefore began to dislike Germany more and more.
Austria and Russia fought over who would own South-Eastern Europe in the future.
France starting to dislike Germany after they were defeated by the Germans in 1870. France wanted revenge.
Italy was annoyed with France after France occupied Tunisia in 1881.
In world war 1 the central powers were Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman empire.
There are different steps that the major powers take to protect the peace in World War 1. For most of them, they formed alliances with other armies so to reinforce their strengths.
The major Central Powers in World War 1 were: # The German Empire # The Austro-Hungarian Empire # The Ottoman Empire (Turkish Empire) The other member of this alliance was the Kingdom of Bulgaria.
german, hungarian, turkish, bulgarian
wanted to be the most powerful.
The world powers were Germany and Britain
They did not. Axis and Allied powers were only in World War 2
The Allied Powers and the Central Powers.
There was no Axis powers in World War I--and the Axis powers LOST World War II.
Yes. The Allied Forces were from World War 1. The Allied Powers were from World War 2.
Yes, that is normal practice for all major powers.
The Entente (Sometimes called the "Allies") and the Central Powers.