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World War II

When World War I came to a close in mid-November of 1918, many ideas were circulating in Europe as to what the peace settlement should entail. In Britain, leaders were thinking about how to increase British colonial power. In France, many wanted to permanently punish the Germans, partly in revenge for Germany’s aggression in World Read more about World War II[…]

World War I2

Who started World War I? According to the treaty of Versailles Germany and their allies started the war (document 4)(see fig 1.0). In this essay I will tell you why I think that all of Europe is responsible for the outbreak of World War I. In the essay I will use 6 of the 7 Read more about World War I2[…]

World War I1

World War I became known as the “Great War”because it was the biggest war ever in the history of the world.It was supposed to be the war to end all wars.But it wasn’t, 20 years later Germany rebuilt its army, and tried again to take over Europe.The peace treaties were partially responsible for World War Read more about World War I1[…]

World War I Powers

During World War I many different types of weapons were utilized by both the Allied and Central powers. Some were variations on older models of weaponry, and others were totally new inventions created to aid in the wartime effort. Most of the new weapons were used as killing machines in trench warfare, which was practiced Read more about World War I Powers[…]

World War I – "How valid”

"How valid is it to claim that Europe "stumbled into" a world war in 1914" The late 1800's brought upon a growing trend of Imperialism towards Europe and five of her most powerful nations, Russia, France, England, Austria-Hungary, and Germany. Bureaucratic perimeters were being established and once solitary countries, were know becoming great empires.The turn Read more about World War I – "How valid”[…]

World War I

World War I or "the Great War" as it became known, occurred due to many causes, some of which are still unknown. The obvious trigger was the assassination of the heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne archduke Ferdinand and his wife Sophie on the twenty-eighth of June 1914. But a great portion of the cause dealt Read more about World War I[…]

World War I

It is hard to point out one specific incident that led to World War I but rather it was a culmination of many different events that led to the most catastrophic war of its time. The United States pledged to stay neutral during the war but with great economic investments with the allies the United Read more about World War I[…]

World War I

World War I was the result of leaders’ aggression towards other countries, which was supported by the rising nationalism of the European nations. Economic and imperial competition and fear of war prompted military alliances and an arms race, which further escalated the tension contributing to the outbreak of war.On the European continent there were chiefly Read more about World War I[…]

World War I

The conflicting national interests in western and eastern Europe drove the major countries to form protective coalitions, even with nations that had once been bitter enemies. Smaller countries were forced to choose sides, and by 1914, Europe was separated into two heavily armed camps. Any spark would have been enough to ignite the war everyone Read more about World War I[…]

World War 2: Stalingrad

During WW2, Stalingrad was a strategically located industrial center. In the second year of operations, in Russia the German army main objective was to capture Stalingrad, doing so they would capture the carcass region which was full of oil and industries. A large German force mounted an assault on the city on August 20, 1942, Read more about World War 2: Stalingrad[…]

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