World War 1 (1914-1919)
Militarism- Building up of military/navy in large numbers.
Alliances- agreement between countries to defend each other.
Imperialism- Stronger countries using influence over weaker countries.
Nationalism- patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts.
The Spark of the Great War
Multiple things started the Great War but the one thing that pushed it was the assasination of Archeduke Franz Ferdinand
Leaders of the countries
Great Britain- King George V
Germany- Kaiser Wilhelm II
Austria-Hungary- Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Italy- Vittorio Orlando
France- President Raymond Poincare and Prime Minister Rene Viviani
United States- President Woodrow Wilson
Outcome of the War.
The war officially ended in Germany, and allies were signing the treaty of Versailles.
More than 65 million men fought in this war, and alot of the war was fought using trench warfare along the western front.
They had different technology they used back then, that was new to them. They had different things such as machine guns, tanks, armor, flame throwers, and etc.
They basically used these things to either protect themself, or kill others in the other country. They had it better than what it was before when they had war. They actually had technology.