THE CAUSES OF WORLD WAR ONE Name: 1. a. After examining one of the maps of Europe, explain whether Germany or Great Britain had the greater need for a strong navy. Germany had the greater need for a stronger navy. b. Explain why you chose this country.
THE CAUSES OF WORLD WAR ONE Erin Henke-King 1. a) After examining one of the maps of Europe, explain whether Germany or Great Britain had the greater need for a strong navy. Great Britain had the greater need for a strong navy b) Explain why you chose this country. I chose Great Britain because they are an island country, Surrounded by water on all sides, So They would have to have a strong navy to protect all of their borders. c) Based on the state of the arms race in 1914, if you were a German citizen, how would you feel? Explain why.
A somewhat controversial notion is that Germany was responsible for the outbreak of the war, evident in the country’s aggressive actions towards foreign policy and their non hesitant approach to the devision of the military planning and developments. It is difficult to conclude whether this opinion is totally reliable due to the strong part Germany did play in the build up to the war. Whether their actions were protective, in attempt to gain higher power status or preparatory for war, Germany cannot wholly be to blame. As many historians have less controversially said, the fragile alliance systems; the Triple Entente and the Triple Alliance; in the setting of early twentieth century Europe meant that several countries were involved in the issues occurring in this time. Britain, France, Russia, Austria-Hungary and Germany all had a significant part play in the the outbreak of the first world war.
The citizens vote for the electorate and the upper levels of government would have to get approval from them if they want to make changes. It made Canada more democratic. Expansionism- The idea that the Americans had a right to ownership over all of North America. Many Americans used the term “Manifest Destiny” when they referred to expansionism. It is one of the causes of the American Revolution and the War of 1812.
nation - politically organized body of people under a single government 2. nation - the people who live in a nation or county 1. nationalism - the desire to bring the people of one's nation together under their own government 2. sense of pride in the history, culture achievements etc. of ones nation the referendum of 1995 Quebec's Jacques Parizeau, on October 30, 1995 set the date for the referendum and then begins to work towards it. The question that was to be asked was "Do you agree that Québec should become sovereign, after having made a formal offer to Canada for a new economic and political partnership, within the scope of the Bill respecting the future of Québec and of the agreement signed on 12 June 1995?" yes - 49.4% no- 50,6% Bill 1 was intended to be the legal pretext for declaring independence and was debated in the National Assembly in Quebec but was not voted on with the expectation that once the referendum vote was taken then the Bill could be passed and separation officially
Arms Race, Naval Race) * Pre-war Alliances (e.g. Triple Entente, Triple Alliance) * Imperialism (e.g. conflict over colonies) * Nationalism (e.g. Germany, Serbia)m Militarism was of the 4 keys that let to the start of World War I. With the enlargement of empires, the Great Powers advanced their military resources for their protection.
Britain needed destroyers in order to fight the battles of the Atlantic. Although this was a simple trade, it marked that America was in direct contact with Britain for their needs to win the war, which makes them a non-neutral country. Ultimately, it was a smart move by the English because if Britain was captured, Germany and the Axis powers would have to fight Americans in ex-British colonies around the world. Moreover, in 1941, Britain found itself out of supplies and out of money. Roosevelt at that time declared that the “Defence of Great Britain is the defence of the
This was somewhat a political decision that the United States needed to make in support of her allies. The U.S needed to prioritize strategy in choosing how they would act after the bombing of Pearl Harbor and Hitler’s military success’s in Europe. The U.S had two options as to how they would proceed with military action. We knew if Russia collapsed that would allow Hitler to then fully focus his attention to defeating the British as well as helping out the Japanese which was a great ally of Hitler. The Japanese military success with the bombing of Pearl Harbor was obviously of great importance to the United States but helping our allies defeat Hitler took precedence after Winston Churchill asked the president Franklin D. Roosevelt for support in defeating Hitler.
How did European beliefs in mercantilism and empire help shape the North American colonies? To what extent did political turmoil in England result in de facto independence of the North American colonies? How did slavery in the British colonies differ from slavery in the Spanish and Dutch colonies? Ch. 2 Required IDs for Period 2 Ch.