Why Did Australia Enter Ww1 Essay

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World War 1 started in 1914 and went through 4 years and ended in the year 1918. The war started out with an assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Austria then declared war on Serbia and Serbia had Russia as its allies. Russia threatened Austria then Austria told Germany the problem and Germany declared war on Russia and its ally which was France. Germany went into Belgium and then Britain entered the war on the Russian side. Australia went in too because it was allied with Britain. There were many reasons for the cause of WW1, therefore, many causes of why each country entered the war. World War 1 had many factors in its beginning. The MAIN factors to WW1 were militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism. Germany and Britain were tense due to the trade. Other countries were tense due to Germany's growing military. These contribute to the spark of WW1. The US came into the war due to Germany's U-Boats, Pearl Harbor, and the attack on the US destroyer. France refused to give land and Germany invaded via Belgium. In conclusion, Russia was drawn into WW1 by the idea of imperialism, obtaining more land to gain more power. Concluding this information, these countries declared war on each other once their greed got the best of them. This was the start of a worldwide disaster. Each country had their own reasons to enter this war and took sides. …show more content…

The Allied powers were against the Axis powers in order to grow more as a nation. The Axis powers consisted of Germany, Italy, and Japan. The Allied powers were made up of The US, Russia, and France. The countries that stayed neutral during this time of war were Andorra, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Given these points, we can, finally, talk about how long it took each country to side/ join the

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