Which country completely changed its name after world war 1?
In World War 1
Ceylon. Became Taiwan.
Answer . Well, a number of monarchies changed to republics. People were sick and tired of monarchs deciding to step in war.\nA large number of countries had revolts to deal with, allthough Russia is the only country to have an actual revolt (next to ALbania)\nIn short.\nGermany - were bankrupted …by the treaty of Versailles and changed from monarchy to republic. the Kaiser fled to Holland.\nRussia - already during the war, the romanov's were abducted. The country fell into a civil war which led to the communist regime in 1920.\nAmerica - changed from protective to very protective, claiming they all left Europe previously and not wanted to be involved in any kind of war again.\nEngland - the monarchy came under pressure. It barely survived, but the monarch had to live according to the constitution (they weren't an absolute monarchy for some time though.\nAustria- the Donau monarchy was split in Hungary and Austria, leaving Austria minimalized. Changed into republic.\nPoland - got back the city of Danzig (Gdansk) from Germany. \nOttoman empire - was split up. End of story. Don't know more details.\n. \nThese are a few countries. Overall, it helped to emancipate the working class. On the political front a large number of socialist parties were organized throughout Europe.. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Countried has changed in world war 1 because of the depression lack of finance and soldiers could not be employed...? They also changed years later with ladies wearing clothes higher and showing skin in which they werent allowed to show and having more freedom
Answer . \nA country didn't win; rather, the Allied Powers won; which includes the U.S., France, Great Britian, and other numerous smaller countries
Central Powers . Germany . Austria-Hungary . Ottoman Empire . Bulgaria Allies and associated powers . Serbia . Russia . France . Britain . Belgium . Romania . US (entered in 1917 only after a German u-boat sunk a boat fullof civilians) . The British Commonwealth countries: Austral…ia, New Zealand,South Africa, India, etc. Canada was part of this group but wasalmost instantly looked upon as a rising superpower for it'ssoldiers bravery and tactics, the Germans started calling them the"storm troopers" after they took Vimy Ridge (a vantage pointpreviously thought impossible to take after numerous tries by theBritish and french) . Italy ( Full Answer )
New weapons were created, along with new medicines, start of the League of Nations, and a few million people dead.
Historians everywhere have been trying to answer this Question for ages. Each answer is different from the next. Which is really annoying when you are doing a Project about it like me. So anybody, please find out the true Answer!! Answer Wasnt it Germany? They had been making threats until Engla…nd declared war on 3rd SEptember 1914 after ignoring their actions for ages. Answer Officially Austria. Because they declared war on Serbia, Russia honored her promise to defend Serbia, which in turn made Germany honor her promise to defend Austria, which in turn activated the Triple Entent between France, Britain, and Russia. Answer Yeah that's correct, Serbia was getting mad at austria Hungary , cuz they were getting too controling. So a serbian terrerist organazation called the black hand killed the archduke then austria Hungary got mad and declared war on them. And i mean , who could blame the , i'd be pissed off to if my archduke got assacinated! so nayways, yea then there were so maney alliances that everyone ended up involved. thus the world war one. Answer It was originally Austria-Hungary, but a Serbian caused the war. You see Archduke Franz Ferdinand was in Serbia for some reason, and a Slavic independence group for some reason hated him. One member threw a hand grenade at him. Since the grenade was from 1914 it took a while to ignite and destroyed the car behind them. They were supposed to go to the hospital. The driver did not know where it was, so they drove around by a restaurant where a member of the Slavic independence group was eating. He ran outside and shot the Archduke. Which caused WW1. Answer A Serbian rebel fired shots at the Archduke and Archduchess Ferdinand and killed them. Answer Ok so there was a Serbian rebal with his flag and walked around with it on the Austrian's side and one of the Austrian's got mad and shot him right in the head. And then they started war and Russian rebals were defanding Serbia and Germany was defanding Ausria. And you know how I know that because I am Serbian!! ( Full Answer )
England Germany and Austria-Hungary, Italy (quit this alliance though) were in the triple alliance. the US, UK, and France were in the triple entente Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria, Serbia, Russia, France, Britain, Belgium, Romania, US, Italy.
World War I started as a conflict over territory and anassassination between Austria-Hungary and Serbia.
During World War I, the notable neutral nations were Spain, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland and the Netherlands.
Germany ended up paying and taking blame for the War. They had to sign a treaty, The Treaty of Versailles.
Answer . The Central Powers were Austria-Hungary, the German Empire, the Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria. The Entente Powers were the Russian Empire, the British Empire, France, Italy, the United States, Serbia, Romania, et al.
Europe was weakened, the US was strengthened, Russia became communist, and the world economy became less integrated and more volatile.
It was, at the time, called the Great War. There were many countries involved and there was conflict not only in Europe, but, to a lesser extent, in Asia & Africa. And there was confict at sea as well, the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic was a battle which saw the destruction of Graf Spees ra…iding. (That's the WW1 Admiral, not the WW2 warship) for example. In previous times Wars had been a series of battles involving conflict, generally, on a far smaller scale, and with far fewer protagonists. WW1 is extensive in scale, only then to be dwarfed by the conflict between 1939 & 1945 which was WW2. ( Full Answer )
World War I caused many casualties and affected many differentcountries. Some of these were the United States, the UnitedKingdom, France and Germany.
The Great War and it was also known as the War to End All Wars, However, after World War II, the Great War was renamed WW1.
Eastern France is where the most northerly point was and the trenches stretched all the way down to the Swiss border. The trenches were unable to go through Switzerland as Switzerland was a neutral nation.
The Treaty of Versailles in 1919 assigned the blame, as well as massive war reparation debts, to Germany. The resultant economic problems led to the failure of the Weimar Republic, setting the stage for German nationalism and World War II.
During World War I, Australians were very wary of German sounding names. Germans who had lived in complete peace in the country for decades were suddenly viewed with a great deal of suspicion. In some cases, this suspicion was so intense that local councils actually changed German names to English…. Even some German people changed their surnames to avoid attracting attention. ( Full Answer )
many countries took part in world war one but 5 of the main ones were Russia,The US, britain,France and Germany
Half of Germany came under the communist rule of the USSR. It became known as East Germany. There were other countries that were trapped under USSR's rule too. I think they were Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia (at first, they became their own communist country), Romania, Serbia, Bosnia, Estonia,… Lithuania, and a couple other countries I can remember (or spell either). In 1990s they were finally released from the USSR control and became their own republics and democracies. Italy was able to depose their dictator and gain freedom too. ( Full Answer )
World War I galvanized the black community in their effort to makeAmerica truly democratic by ensuring full citizenship for all itspeople. Black soldiers, who continued to serve in segregated units,were involved in protest against racial etc
Countries formed after World War I were Poland which was reestablished after nearly a century, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Soviet Union even though it was an independent country before it was still a new country basically replacing Russia, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Turkey.
Yes.. Poland was absorbed into other countries and then existed again after WW2.. Czechoslavkia changed borders and became the Czech Republic after WW2.
on June 28, 1914, a Serbian assassin shot and killed Archduke Francis Ferdinand the heir to the throne of Austria -Hungary. seeking Austria -Hungary declared war on Serbian
Nationalist sensitivities were taken notice of, and eastern Europe was divided into several small countries.
The first 6 countries to join together against the Germans and their supporters in WW1 were the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Serbia, Montenegro, and the Russian Empire.
During the war, Russia created the confederation known as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. After the war, Austria and Hungary again became separate political entities. Poland was established as an independent state. In addition, the Ottoman Empire became the Republic of Turkey in 1923.
Russia was dramatically affected by the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk. Although much of this was repealed by Versailles. Germany had to return Alsace-Lorraine to France.
The term "First World War" was already coined in September 1914 and again in 1918. When this was generally accepted is unknown, but likely sometime after US entry into WW2, mirroring the situation from 1914-1918. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_War#Cognate_names_for_the_war __ The term… First World War was never used during the war. It was considered the War to End All Wars and people hoped it would never happen again. It was called also refered to as the World War, but not WW1. The first recorded use was in 1933 when The First World War: A Photographic History was published. WW1 wasn't generally used until WW2 began. The term was in use in 1939. ( Full Answer )
The war that was fought from 1914-1919 was called the Great War or the World War during and after the fighting. It was a global, i.e. worldwide, military conflict that involved most of the world's great powers and many lesser powers. It was not called World War 1 until the wars that began in 1939 i…n Europe and earlier in Asia came to be seen as a single global conflict. Then the two had to be distinguished so the 1914 war was called World War 1 and the war that ended in 1945 was called World War 2 in the English Speaking world. ( Full Answer )
Germany had was the one country that was involved in World War l and World War ll
After the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. Russia declared war on Austia-Hungary so Germany declared war on Russia, France then declared war on Germany and after the invasion of Belgium by Germany, England also declared war on the Germans.. Also on the… side of the axis were Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire. ( Full Answer )
Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy. (Italy later switched sides to join the Triple Entente: Great Britain, Russia and France; the Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria later joined the Triple Alliance).
ww1 was fought in Europe there was not much significant changes in the rest of the world
In the peace treaties after WW I, many countries in Europe changed their borders, and many new countries were created. E.g.: Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia (recently broken up into Slovenia, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro etc). Hungary separated from Austria. Poland, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania became indepe…ndent. You should try to get hold of a historical atlas to see the detailed changes. ( Full Answer )
Only the Soviet Union. After the first world war, there was a bloody civil war between the communists and the white armies that were monarchist and conservative and were supported by western allies. After 1920, the Red Army was victorious and consolidated its gains. The Soviet Union would be the onl…y Communist country until the end of World War II. ( Full Answer )
Better weapons, vehicles, planes, boats (Uboats), Dogfights, many other more but the main on is WW2 was open fighting not in trenches, well they used trenches but not as much as WW1Did World War 2 change the world? A large number of the returning military vets took advantage of the FREE University e…ducation that was offered to them by the Canadian Government. That significantly increased the number of professional degree holders who went on to become the Doctors, Engineers and others who contributed to boom in Canada throughout the 50's and 60's. Another factor was the huge increase in births, from 1946 to 1960, as those same Vets fathered a record number of kids, all of whom would require new homes to live in, new schools to attend, new parks to play in and lots of new toys, clothes and food. New cars to ride in and new TV and appliances, and new stores to shop in. A BOOM time, with very low un-employment, and thousands of new houses and schools being built. After as much as 6 years of being away from Canada, the veterans wanted peace and stability in the country, and demanded that the politicians make it work and run smoothly. Giant projects were begun like the LeDuc oil fields, and the St Lawrence Seaway, and the Distant Early Warning System of northern radar stations to give advance warning of possible Russian bomber attacks. The industrial plants that had been building war-time equipment went back to making consumer goods like fridges and stoves, and cars. The new found incomes were used to buy new things, and the Canadian economy was BOOMING. WWII greatly helped the role of women. Women, as soon as the war was started, were desperatley needed in the workforce after thousands of job vancancies opened up when the men went to war. Women were encouraged to leave their traditional house-wife roles of cooking, cleaning, and raising the children to work in munitions factories. Daycares were common at factories for the women's children to go to while they worked. These jobs eventually began increasing the women's pay; although this never equalled to the amount the men were making. But it was a start. By the end of the war, women were expected to go back to their traditional roles, but because of the jobs they took during the war they were becoming to be considered as EQUALS among the men. Further...........Women joined all THREE services, Army, Navy, and Air Force, and were trained in many roles, to free up men for the fighting units. It was smart to put women in charge of running a office and typing orders, so men could be trained for combat trades. Women were also trained to be pilots, to ferry new bombers to Britain, across the Atlantic Ocean. That took guts. Women showed that they COULD do most jobs and even the current Queen, Elizabeth, who was a young woman in 1941, was trained to drive an Ambulance, and also to FIX it. She did that job for 4 years, at no pay, to show the British people that the Royal family was doing "their bit" for the war effort. Woman also showed that they could learn new skills, and work safely and quickly, around a factory, or a shipyard. Women in Toronto drove all the buses and streetcars, and did it well. all the men came home and women also went back to the homes. Yes, women were still expected to depend on their husband and husbands do their role as the provider yet at the same time women were also expected to be stronger. They were expected to be stronger mentally and physically. Since the men were off at war they played the role of a single parent for most and not really knowing if their spouse would be returning. It was somewhat of a burden but at the same time gave them a part of power they never really had in the working world. As time moved on women were expected to be actually independent and that is the effect of the man not playing their role. You can look at it as if a female in the beginning of time started as a small child being feeble and naive, but as time moves on they become mature and grow into themselves and also realize what they can and will be. ( Full Answer )
More than two countries fought in World War One. Here are some: Canada, USA, Russia, Great Britain, Germany, France.
The countries involved in world war one were Britain, France, Russia, Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy... these were split into the alliance system. Germany, Italy and Austria-Hungry made up the Triple Alliance and Britain, Russia, and France made the Triple Entente. This ensured that should one c…ountry fall into war the others would help. So when the heir to the Austria-Hungry throne is killed by a Serbian the others are automatically forced to help defend the countries. other reasons for the war were that Kaiser Wilhelm the King of Germany was extremely unstable and was jealous of Britains Empire he wanted to start a war. ( Full Answer )
it probably be France because it surrendered most of the wars they needed help in ww2, they lost to Mexico when only pistols where in Mexico and France had rifles so id say France . Mexico had the Mondragon automatic rifle, that was actually superior to the US BAR in its cheapness vs effectivene…ss. Though it was very cheap, and very ineffective. Just more cheap than it was ineffective, like the AK-47. Also, they did not just use pistols. Plus, Mexico was barely part of it. They were just emotional support. The weakest major power would have to be Russia, as they had not yet met the technology level of Europe. They did have an Automatic Rifle, the Fedorov Avtomat, but only 3,200 of them. The complete weakest power was Poland, as they had a lack of any real weapons they had made and practically leeched off the other countries. I would actually say Poland you idiot. They were the weakest country of all in ww2 and lost to the Germans in only 2 weeks. ( Full Answer )
The allies in WW1 (aka. Triple Entente) were Britain, France, Russia, Serbia, Japan, Belgum, Greece, Canada, and later on the United States
in world war one there were two groups, the allied powers, which included great britain, russia, france, italy, japan, U.S.( later on in the 1917s), and 25 other nations, and then there were Central Powers, which included germany, austria-hungary(they were one country at the time), ottoman empire, a…nd bulgaria. The people that were mainly fighting also had two "teams" the Triple Entente (Great Britain, France, and Russia) and the Triple Alliance (Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy). In the end the Triple Entente (including the Allied Powers) won. ( Full Answer )
Because of the Treaty of Versailles, the German accepted the blame for the war and were internationally hated. they had to pay for damages in the war and were broke, because the allies had claimed German land, industry was awful. And also, the French had siezed part of Germany and imported coal for …the Reparations directly from there ( Full Answer )
Not one specific country was at fault for the causing word war 1, its more of the contribution of all the countries that caused it for different reasons, but the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, by a Bosnian revolutionary, Gavrilo Princip, set everything into motion.
spain Spain did not change alliances. It was neutral during both wars. However, Italy was an Allied Power during World War I and opposed the Allies as an Axis Power in World War II.
Countries Involved: Albania Arabia Austria-Hungary Belgium and colonies Brazil Bulgaria China Costa Rica Cuba Czechoslovakia Estonia Finland France and Empire Great Britain and Empire Germany and Empire Greece Guatemala Haiti Honduras Italy and colonies Japa…n Latvia Liberia Lithuania Luxembourg Montenegro Nicaragua Panama Persia Philippines Poland Portugal and colonies Romania Russia San Marino Serbia Siam Turkey Transcaucasia Unites States of America ( Full Answer )
What countries changed its name after World War 1 a Germany b Romania c Great Britain d Ottoman Empire?
D. The Ottoman Empire was the former name for what is now Turkey. The Ottoman dynasty lasted for 623 years until 1st November 1922, when the monarchy was abolished.
Germany had large changes in its borders, which eventullty did cause WWII when they tried to recapture what they once ruled. Also the Ottoman empire lost some territory and was replaced with turkey
The Axis were in World War Two. In World War One, the Allied Forces of Britain, France, Russia, Japan, Italy, Serbia, Belgium and, at the end of the war, America, fought against the Central Powers of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire.
no. well, not COMPLETLY. They still got to keep about 100,000 men, but no tanks aloud. Also,no air force or submarines, and only six warships. Austria,Hungary, and Bulgaria also had reductions in their militaries afterWWI.