Industrialisation affected the start of World War 1 as it led to improved military technology which increased the likelihood for one’s nation to win. Great Britain was the first to industrialise rapidly after 1870 and was whom the main competition could be seen between. Essentially, Militarism and Industrialisation were two causes that prominently linked as the improvement and growth in manufacturing lead to having a stronger nation. As a result of having a strong nation, other countries wanted to link up with those that were advanced. Those who were a part of a developed and successful country were more patriotic as they believed they were part of something great.
World War 1 was an atrocious war that caused millions of deaths and hundreds of billions of dollars in reparations. World War 1 lasted from 1914 to 1919 and rudimentarily, was the fight between the Allied powers and the Central powers. The Allied powers consisted of France, Great Britain, Russia, and Belgium while the Central powers consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire. All countries had some participation and damage done throughout World War 1, and the countries who started the war may be obscure. However, there are some countries that can especially be picked out for their contribution and cause for the war.
If there hadn’t been alliances, the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand would have only cause a war between Serbia and Austria-Hungary. Because of alliances, Russia came to aid Serbia and that led Germany to declare war on Russia. Eventually the other countries with alliances joined
Wilson is fired by missionary idealism. The United States should have become involved in WWI. If America did not declare war against Germany, we would be seen as a country who could not keep their word after stating that war would be given if ships were destroyed. Germans went above and beyond to disrespect America and repeatedly attacked them, leaving The United States no choice but to declare war upon them. If war was not to have been declared, sooner or later Germany would’ve invaded the Americas and ruled the land just as they did with Europe.
Spanning from 1914 to 1918, a major battle, known as the First World War was fought due to disruptions occurring in Austria surrounding the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand in June 1914. Following the First World War, unpredictability of the political and economic systems of Germany led to a Second World War that lasted from 1939 to 1945. Both wars were fought and won by strategic military alliances between different countries (Diffen). Although these wars were fought at different times and in different places, nevertheless there were some similarities between the two like how they both ended in a lot of death and destruction. One common factor in both wars was also how they both resulted in Germany being left in ruins (Diffen).
After World War 1, the effects on people were tremendous. It has affected the people’s minds and hearts physically and mentally. A things lot of our culture and society has changed today because of it. Many people may not know why we do the things we do was because of the Great War. Caused by a group of people that we might see as today funny and out of context, but these are actual historical events that takes a big part in our lives.
There were many reasons was to why World War 1 started such as Imperialism, Militarism and Nationalism, But the most supportive role in bringing WW1 is Imperialism. Imperialism is the action of a country over taking another for its own benefit. As Europe began to advance industrially they took over the countries in Africa, according to document F, by 1913 the British Empire had grown 12,740,000 square miles. Germany however only grew 1,139,000 as the British Empire continued to expand so did the tension between
In September of 1939, World War II had officially begun. Before the war started, Germany, lead by Adolf Hitler had begun to take over many other countries around Europe including Austria and Czechoslovakia while also allying themselves with other countries such as Russia and Japan(Sharpe 6). When Germany sought after Poland, Britain gave them un ultimatum to pull out of the country and when they did not do so Britain was at war. In December the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor which is when the United States declared war against the Japanese. Due to our close relations with the U.S at this time, it also created a huge hatred for the Japanese in Canada(Sharpe 8).
Environmental disasters have taken the lives of many people and animals. It has produced many economic issues as well as a copious amount of air pollution. In addition to the calamities of environmental disasters, weather disasters have amplified the disaster rates tremendously in history by thousands. The weather if hot, cold, or wet has affected people worldwide over a vast amount of land. And lastly, war has claimed the lives of millions of people simultaneously from the beginning of time.
Hitler also began a war which spent up time and money and killed many people his own and the people of the Allied Forces. Hitler did many terrible things in his lifetime; many people died in the war he started and the concentration camps he built. Hitler rose to power despite humble beginnings. He was not a rich and powerful man before he rose to power and neither was his father. After World War
'Can we really win? ' Many Britains wondered if they win in WWⅡ. On sweptember 1, 1939, Winston once again appointed First Lord of the Admiralty. Than September 3, England and France declared war on Germany. The world once agin swept into war.
There were many controversial topics throughout the world during the 20th century such as WWI, WWII, the Civil Rights movement, women’s rights, and the Vietnam War. Although this was a difficult time for most people (especially since the stock market crashed in 1929) there were a few influential people (Thurgood Marshall, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and Rosa Parks) that stood out from the rest in leading the fight for equality. What caused the uproar in the east that eventually lead to the beginning of “The Great War”? One of the reasons that so much of Europe was engulfed by the war is because of all the treaties that were in place. Austria-Hungary had a treaty with Germany.
The enemy was set on destroying the other sides’ economic resources. The allies bombed Munich was to strike fear into the hearts of the Germans. The allies used this tactic throughout World War 2. This tactic would later be known as “terror bombing”. They also did this was to tear the Germans apart physically and mentally.
Europe was still very unstable because of the effects of World War I especially Germany. Their politics and economy were very unstable, so it was easy for a dictator to take the “throne”. Hitler and the Nazi party soonly took over. The Allied powers continually tried to get Hitler to stop expanding and conquering other lands. Hitler agreed, but continually disregarded them violating and denouncing the Treaty of Versailles, which ended World War I. Germany signed treaties with Japan and Italy to help them take over the world.