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  • 1. The Fleece Act (Militarism)
  • 2. Triple Entente and Central Power (Alliances)
  • 3. Balkan War (Nationalism)
  • Germany
  • Great Britain
  • Russia
  • Germany leader, Kaiser Wilhelm ll wanted to build their army to make Germany the top nation. Afraid of being in the middle of 2 enemies who were friendly toward each other. Also jealous of Great Britain, the greatest military power.
  • 4. Power Keg (Imperialism)
  • European power created alliance in late 19th century to promote peace. The Triple Alliance or Central Power was made up of Germany Austria-Hungary Italy and eventually Ottoman Empire and the Triple Entente or Allies were France Russia Britain and soon Japan.
  • 5. Assassination in Sarajevo (Assassination)
  • Germany declared war against Russia and Britain soon declared war against Germany. Greece Bulgaria Serbia and Montenegro made the alliance called the Balkan force. Serbia and Montenegro and Bulgaria work together and Ottoman Empire lost most of its territory.
  • 6. The Great War
  • Growing nationalism and economic competition caused tension. Nationalism created tension all over Europe. France sought to regain Alsace and Lorraine. Russia supported Pan-Slavic .Several Balkan state fought Ottoman then against each other. Balkan called it "Power Keg of Europe."
  • The Archduke Franz Ferdinand was soon about to take the throne. He would visit Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia. Meanwhile, a group called the "Black Hand" was planning to assassinate the Archduke. Franz and his wife, Sofia were killed by Princip at River Nilgacka.
  • German and French fought each other remain unchanged within trenches in a stalemate for the next four years. They develop new weapon made fighting and much more deadly. Both fought between "No Man's Land" in the air and oversea.
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