When and why did Russia take over Hungary?
Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and what came to be East Germany.
They didn't take over any countries. Germany, Italy and Austria-Hungary did but in the end Britain, France and Russia won the war so Britain didn't need to take over any countries.
Control over serbians
Austria-hungary and russia
The Cossacks never did take over Russia. They lived in and controlled certain areas of Russia, but they never took control of Russia itself.
hello no Russia aint going to take over georgia the devil already went their to try it and im going to take over russia
In Russia, the Germans' goal was to take over Soviet
Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and East Germany.
No, Hungary is an independent country in Cental Europe. It was never a part of Russia.
Russia was able to defeat and take over Armenia, Nakhchivan and Azerbaijan in the 19th century.
Hitler invaded Russia in 1941 in what was known as Operation Barbarossa, but this invasion was never successful and Hitler never managed to take over Russia.
Because They wanted to take it over along with other countries, e.g. lithuania, estonia, finland, latvia etc, and make them become part of an empire of the soviet union
Germany wanted to take over russia.
Russia itself did not take over Lithuania. It split parts amongst other countries during the First, Second and Third Partition, all of which happened in the late 1700s. Russia, Austria-Hungary and Germany divided up Polish and Lithuanian territories. Most of Lithuania was taken over by Russia. Lithuania did not proclaim their independence from Russia and Germany till February 16, 1918. After the start of World War II, Lithuania was "annexed" (persuaded by Soviet propaganda) into… Read More
Austria-Hungary declared war on Russia on August, 1914.
Firstly its Austria And Hungary and no they didnt, Germany declared war on russia.
There was never a "take over." Russia was at war with Japan in 1904 during the Russo-Japanese War (in which Japan consistently defeated Russia).
Hitler took over Hungary Austria in 1938. Answer 2: Germany NEVER took over Austria-Hungary. First, Austria-Hungary fell apart 1918 at the end of WW1. And then Austria wasn't taken over, it was annexed in 1938.
Romania was between Austro-Hungary and Russia.
Germany had an agreement to go to war if Austria-Hungary were to be attacked by Russia. Alliances like this were a main cause that brought many countries into WW1.
An alliance was formed between Austria-Hungary and Germany to protect themselves from Russia An alliance was formed with Austria-Hungary and Serbia to restrain Russia from gaining control of Serbia Russian formed an alliance with France to protect themselves from against Austria-Hungary and Germany. Austria-Hungary and Germany formed and alliance with Italy to stop Italy from siding with Russia the treaties between European countries the assasination of Franz Ferdinand The fast growth of the German navy… Read More
goal was to take over soviet oil fields...
Russia and Serbia came into conflict with Austria-Hungary over the assassination of a member of the Austrian royal family
A crisis in the Balkans Conflict between Austria-Hungary and Russia over Serbia
They went to war with Russia since Russia wanted to help Serbia since they were allies.
Hungary revolted, the Soviets put it down.
Yes, Russia invaded Polland in the Second World War.
russia and germany
It never did, actually.
russia and austria-hungary were continually fighting over the 'balkans' during ww1.
Russia declared war on Austria-Hungary to support their ally Serbia. This forced Germany to declare war on Russia to support their ally Austria-Hungary.
Yes. Russia entered a regional conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia to protect its fellow Slavic nation.
because they are siberea's friends
stalin took over russia by being strict with russia. there was alot of dictorship and he used autocracy and fear because stalin knew that noone in russia would stand up and speak so he basically took control over them
Germany fought in WW1 as they were allies with austria-Hungary. After the assasination of Franz Ferdinand arch duke of Austria, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia who were being protected by Russia. So Austria-Hungary attack Serbia Russia attack Austria-Hungary and Germany attack Russia.
No. He tried and failed.
most of russia and France
The assassination of Franz Ferdinand Conflict between Russia and Austria-Hungary Conflict over Serbia
Answer this question… Russia had an alliance with Serbia, and Germany had an alliance with Austria-Hungary.
No, it was to force Russia to comply with the Continental System.
the assasination of archduke ferdinand
some guy from austria-hungary assassinated archbishop Ferdinand of Serbia. Serbia were allies of Russia and then Russia declared war on austria-hungary
When the Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated, Austria-Hungary thought the Serbian goverment was involved and declared war on serbia. Russia responded to this by going to the aid of her ally: Serbia.
The Balkans. "The more immediate cause for the war [World War I] was tensions over territory in the Balkans. Austria-Hungary competed with Serbia and Russia for territory and influence in the region and they pulled the rest of the Great Powers into the conflict through their various alliances and treaties." -Wikipedia
Austria-Hungary declaired war on Serbia so Russia declaired war on Austria-Hungary; so Germany declaired war on Russia; so France declaired war on Germany; and on and on …
1924 when Lenin died.
Because Franz Ferdinand was shot by a Serb, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. Germany, being an ally of Austria-Hungary, declared war on Serbia. Russia, an ally of Serbia, declared war on Austria-Hungary and Germany. France, a ally of Russia, declared war on Germany and Austria-Hungary. Germany invaded Belgium. Great Britain, being an ally of Belgium, declared war on Germany.
cause the gypsies attacked them in world war 1.5