world war 1
Militarisim- building of military/ navy in large numbers.
alliances- agreement between countries to defend each other.
imperialism- stronger countries using influence over countries.
nationalism- belief that your country is superior to other countries.
spark of the war
on june 28, 1914 Gavrilo Prinip a member of a sebian terrorist group killed Austrian archduke francis Ferdinand and his wife Sophie.
leaders of warring countries
1. africa 2. asia 3. Europe 4. north america
The triple Alliance and The triple Entente
The concept of the space rocket has been around for centuries, ever since Chinese warriors experimented with “fire arrows” hundreds of years ago. However, the concept behind the modern rocket was patented in 1914, during a period when scientists were inspired by sci-fi writers such as HG Wells and Jules Verne. Physicist Robert Goddard spent two years, from 1912 to 1914, working on the idea of a rocket designed with separate stages, a separate combustion chamber, and with greatly increased exhaust speed.
This article offers an overview of peacemaking after the First World War from the armistices of 1918 until 1923. It considers the outcomes of the five Parisian treaties (Versailles, St. Germain and Neuilly in 1919 and Trianon and Sèvres in 1920) together with the renegotiated settlement with Turkey at Lausanne in 1923. It analyzes the organization of the conference and the aims and ambitions of the leading personalities involved, concluding with an appraisal of reparations, self-determination and the reputation of the settlements.