Why is Italy willing to risk going to war?
Italy was willing to risk going to war in WW1 to secure a number of territories that were deemed by her reigning regime as vital for its future. They included the Austrian Littoral and a portion of Dalmatia. ...
Asked in Austria-Hungary
What were some long term reasons why Austria-Hungary was willing to risk war?
they were going to risk going to war because of the finger monkeys. the finger monkeys were there best friends and soooo cute that they would do anything for them. the finger monkeys were the austrians best friends. (: ...
Asked in World War 1, History of Europe
Short term reasons why France was willing to risk going to war World War 1?
1 reason was they wanted to show they were still a power to be reckoned with after the humiliating defeat to the Germans for the Rhineland in 1871(?) ...
Asked in US in WW2, Japan
Did the us know about radiation when they the dropped the bombs on japan?
The US did know about radiation when they dropped the bombs on japan it was a risk they were willing to take to save ournation from going into war with them. hope this helped you. ...
Asked in World War 1, Iraq War, Central Powers
Why was Germany willing to risk going to war in 1914?
Helmuth Moltke (Junior) and the rest of the German General Staff believed that Germany would win its 'jolly little war' easily. There was a monumentally arrogant misjudgement of all their enemies. Joncey ...
Asked in World War 1, War and Military History
What happened after Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated?
World War 1 began because Germany wanted revenge on Serbia. Austria Hungary were going to help Germany. So Britain, France and Italy were going to help Serbia. ...
Asked in Vietnam War, World War 1, WW1 Trench Warfare
What World War 1 about?
World War 1 originally started because a rebel group in Serbia called the Black Hand assassinated Ferdinand the Arch Duke of Austria-Hungry. Austria- Hungry then said to Serbia do something to this or we are going to war. Serbia refused. Austria-Hungry had a secret alliance with Germany who secretly wanted the war, so they could gain more power. Serbia had an alliance with Russia who had an alliance with Britain and France. So when Serbia and Austria-Hungry went to war so did...
Asked in American Revolution, French Revolution
Why were the french at first reluctant to sign an alliance with the colonies?
They were not willing to risk war until they believed the Americans could win. ...
Asked in Serbia, Austria-Hungary
What happend after Austria Hungary declared war on Serbia?
After the Austro-Hungary monarchy declared war on Serbia, France and Russia who were protecting Serbia declared war on Austria-Hungary. and then Germany declared war on Russia and France, then UK declared war on Germany... ...
What was the importance of the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand?
The assassin was a Serbian terrorist, and Ferdinand was an Austria-Hungarian. The Austria-Hungary government wanted Serbia to turn the assassin over to them, but Serbia refused. This led to Serbia and Austria-Hungary going to war, which caused Russia to support Serbia, and Germany to support Austria-Hungary. From there, it only expanded, leading to what we now know as "World War I". ...
Asked in World War 1
What took place to start the war world war 1?
Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in Sarajevo by a Serbian Assassin. Austria-Hungry i believe sent a letter to Serbia which were demands to make up for the assassination. I'm not really sure how Serbia replied but Austria-Hungry declared war on Serbia leading to more nations declaring war. Germany was an ally to Austria-Hungry and declared war on Serbia. Russia was an ally of Serbia so Russia aided Serbia. France and Britain then declared war. ...
What countries was Serbia at war with during World War 1?
The countries that were at war with Serbia were: England. Germany. Russia. Austria-Hungary. Italy. France. ...