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  1. Germany responsibility for the outbreak of world war two

    Germany is completely responsible for the outbreak of world war I. They are responsible because of three reasons one of the reasons is the Blank Check, the ultimatum, and the Schiefflen plan. Therefore it is completely valid to claim that Germany is responsible for the outbreak of world war I. Th

  2. Germany to blame for ww1

    Germany was mainly to blame for the outbreak of World War 1. Although other countries were partially to blame for there actions, which lead to the outbreak of war; it is clear that they only played a minor role in the eruption of the Great War. In 1904 the rivalry between nations increased to a cert

  3. World war 1-who was to blame

    World War 1-who was to blame? World War 1 broke out when the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated by Gavrilo Princip in 1914, whose organization implicated members of Serbian military. For this reason, the Austro-Hungarian Empire declared war on Serbia, supported by Germany.

  4. Germany: victim or agressor? an examination of german actions and motives in the world war ii era

    Germany: Victim or Aggressor? An Examination of German Actions and Motives in the World War II Era Criterion A: Plan of the Investigation From 1939 to 1945, the second world war tore asunder the European world and is recognized today as one of the most devastating global catastrophes. Sin

  5. Use sources 1,2 and 3 and your own knowledge. “germany aggression was responsible for the outbreak of a general european war in august 1914”. how far do you agree with this judgement?

    Use sources 1,2 and 3 and your own knowledge. “Germany aggression was responsible for the outbreak of a general European War in August 1914”. How far do you agree with this judgement? The debate of Germanys responsibility for the outbreak of war first began with the charge of war guilt given

  6. Why world war

    World war II, and why? After World War I, the defeated Germany, Disappointed Italy, and Ambitious Japan were anxious to regain or increase their power. All three of these countries eventually adopted forms of dictatorship; National Socialism and Fascism. This made their country supreme and called fo

  7. The allied sweep and the defeat of germany: the failure of german defense, the triumph of allied strategy

    Graham Mattison U.S. Military History Term Paper 5/12/08 The Allied Sweep and the Defeat of Germany: The Failure of German Defense, The Triumph of Allied Strategy The intent of this paper will be to provide a purposeful explanation of the events leading up to the Allied invasion of “Fortr

  8. European Union

    irst ,we can talk about historical development of eu beacause the history tell us all about the eu's procces .At the 20th century european country in world war two they also disturb each other and the war stoped the dream of european community after the ww2 in european had some kind of a resistance

  9. The rise of germany to a fascist state

    During the 1920's and early 1930's Germany was unstable socially economically and politically. The governments were more often in a state of disarray than not, the populace was disillusioned and scared, and the Great Wall Street stock market crash of 1923 saw the economy crumble before the populatio

  10. Why Did War Break Out in Europe in 1914?

    In 1914 the Great War broke out because of many problems between countries in Europe. It might not have been so great' if the alliance system had not been formed. This involved six countries. The first group was formed in 1879 when Germany had problems with Russia. Austri

  11. The Origins of the Cold War

    The Cold War was a term first used in 1947 to describe the conflicts between the Communist USSR and democratic United States. It is hard to solely blame the war on just one particular party however one must look closely at the differences and events that caused the outbreak of the Cold War. These re

  12. World war one

    World War One, the first worldwide destructive conflict manifested by Western civilization, has been a subject of countless analysis and interpretations dedicated to the cause of the conflict. Initially the blame was laid on Germany and its allies. Over time historians have adapted broader guilt p

  13. ‘The first world war started more by accident than by design'. discuss.

    ‘The First World War started more by accident than by design'. Discuss. To some extent it is correct to state that the First World War started more by accident than by design. However, it can be argued that many nations within Europe had planned for war and some even pushed for war. Despite this,

  14. Why was hitler able to dominate germany by 1934

    Why was Hitler able to Dominate Germany by 1934? World War one had left Germany in an unstable state. Large amounts of the state budget had been spent on war pensions, one of the factors contributing to Germany being virtually bankrupt. The war had deepened divisions in the German society, many w

  15. Was germany responsible for the outbreak of wwi

    To what extent was Germany alone responsible for the outbreak of a major war in Europe in September 1959? Germany was mainly to blame for the outbreak Great War. Although other countries were partially to blame for there actions, which lead to the outbreak of war; it is clear that they only playe

  16. World War 1 Timeline

    1914 - World War 1 Timeline July 28: Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia. August 1: Germany declares war on Russia. August 2: German troops occupy Luxembourg August 3: Germany declares war on France August 4: Germany invades neutral Belgium; the United Kingdom declares war on Germany i

  17. Was world war two inevitable

    Was World War Two inevitable? The origins of the Second World War have been a contentious issue ever since the conflict ended in 1945. It is a topic which continues to provoke furious debate more than sixty years later. It was unquestionably Hitler’s war and was directly brought about b

  18. June 6th 1944 “-Day”

    June 6th 1944 “D-DAY” During World War II, June 6, 1944 “D-Day” was a very important turning point for the Allies, as they launched a huge arsenal that began to push the Nazis away from France. Not only did this battle take many lives, but it was a difficult experience for the ones who foug

  19. Was the Treaty of Versailles Fair?

    Was the Treaty of Versailles fair? The treaty of Versailles was the peace treaty signed by Germany at the end of the First World War, some historians would say that the treaty was fair and that Germany got what they deserved but others would argue that it was far too harsh on Germany, and contrib

  20. Worl war 2:the causes

    Dennis Austin English 9 5/23/09 Research report. Causes of World War II. World War II had many causes to it’ s beginning.These causes were not only infamous but historical as to why the deadliest war in multi-national history happened. From several violatio

  21. Ww1

    Why did war break out in Europe in 1914? In 1914 the Great War broke out because of many problems between countries in Europe. It might not have been so ‘great' if the alliance system had not been formed. This involved six countries. The first group was

  22. Treaty of Versailles2

    The primary purpose of a peace treaty is to cease hostilities between nations. The contents of The Treaty of Versailles were harsh and solely designed to disable the nation of Germany. The Treaty of Versailles was the only real option given to Germany after they surrendered, steps away from Paris

  23. Bush war

    ¡°Bush¡¯s war¡± For Democracy or for oil? President George W. Bush went to war with Iraq on 2003. His reasons for going to war were to disarm Iraq, to free its people and to defend the world from grave danger. In my opinion, the war with Iraq was unnecessary and shows Bush¡¯s ag

  24. Bulgaria

    Prehistory and Antiquity Further information: Neolithic Europe, Bronze Age Europe, and Thrace The Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari, a 3rd century BC tomb listed as one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites The Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari, a 3rd century BC tomb listed as one of UNESCO's World Heritage

  25. How the treaty of versailles affected germany

    World War 1 ended with the signing of an armistice between the remaining Allies and Germany, leaving the Allies feeling victorious as they had prevented Germany from “winning”. Germany although was under the impression that no one had in fact won the war as the signing of the cease fire left no

  26. Causes of world war 1

    Causes of World War 1 The Causes of World War I The murder of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife on the 28th of June caused the lead up to World War I. The Archduke heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was assassinated in his car during a drive in Sarajevo. The assassination was the work of a

  27. Diad germany cause ww1?

    Did Germany cause World War 1? Although in the Treaty of Versailles Germany was to accept full responsibility for World War 1 this in not necessarily the case. Many factors have to be taken into account when considering the cause of World War 1. Germany may have been primarily responsible for t

  28. World war 2

    World War I has often been referred to as the "Great War." This is a rather deceiving statement being that over 65 million men fought, and over 37 million men died in a war that lasted 4 years. World War I was, also, referred to as the "War to end all Wars." Yet, 20 years later that statement wou

  29. Was germany responsible for the outbreak of wwi

    "To w hat extent was Germany responsible for the First World War." There are many different factors that contributed to the outbreak of WWI. The most important of these are imperialism, the arms race, the alliance system, nationalism and the assassination of the Austrian Arch Duke. Although Ger

  30. What Was the Political Impact of World War 1

    What was the political impact of the war? The outbreak of war in August 1914 led to a wave of patriotism and anti-German feeling and all-party support for the Liberal government’s declaration of war. Until May 1915, Asquith attempted to conduct the war through existing structures of party governm