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The World at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

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The notes are a detailed summary of the causes of world war one. The document detals Imperialism, Militarism, Nationalism, Alliance System & the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand as the causes of the war, with outlines of how these causes impacted the individual powers. The notes also briefly cover the nature of European society in 1914.

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Military history by country World history Military Causes of World War I Aftermath of World War I Nationalism Scramble for Africa Militarism Triple Entente German Empire Austria-Hungary World War I
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Military history by country World history Military Causes of World War I Aftermath of World War I Nationalism Scramble for Africa Militarism Triple Entente German Empire Austria-Hungary World War I
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- Imperialism took many forms including: o Military aggression o Economic control o Religious/Cultural Expansion - It can be characterised by: o economic exploitation o administrative control o destruction of indigenous cultures - It can take the forms of occupation, annexation, colonisation or the establishment of ‘puppet governments’ - Encouraged militarism as empires needed to defend rivals and rebellions and led to colonialism - Colonialism - the policy or practice of acquiring full or partial political control over another country, occupying it with settlers, and exploiting it economically - By the 20th Century, most of the world was under the colonial rule or influence of the European World Powers: British, French & German Empires -...
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