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Which of these were not a system of alliance?
Why was Austria-Hungary interested in the Balkans?
Which of these were not one of Russia's interests in the Balkans?
What was the Triple Alliance?
What was the Schlieffen plan in 1914?
Which of these was not a long-term contributing factor to the outbreak of WW1?
Why did diplomacy fail to prevent the outbreak of war?
What was the significance of the assassination of Arch-Duke Ferdinand?
What was Serbia's response to Austria-Hungary's demands?
What were the "July Days"?
Russia, Bulgaria & France Germany, Italy & the Ottoman Empire Britain, France & Italy Austria-Hungary, Germany & Bulgaria to prevent pan-slavism destabilising its empire to challenge British domination in the Mediterranean to expand its empire southwards at the expense of the Ottoman empire. to prevent Serbia from declaring independence to cut the British route to India to gain access to the Mediterranean and the Adriatic to prevent Austria-Hungarian expansion to champion the cause of pan-slavism Germany, Austria-Hungary & Italy Germany, Austria-Hungary & the Ottoman Empire France, Russia & Britain France, Italy & Britain The German plan to invade France by passing through Belgium. The British plan to impose a blockade on Germany. A French plan for an offensive through Alsace-Lorraine An Austria-Hungarian plan to deal with a potential war on three fronts. The assassination of Arch-Duke Ferdinand in Sarajevo. The growth of nationalism in opposition to the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Militarism and the development of the alliance systems. Rivalry between the European countries of imperialistic ambitions. Germany opposed diplomatic initiatives. Germany refused to try to limit Austria-Hungary's territorial anbitiuons. The Allies were unable to agree on a international conference. Britain refused international mediation. It gave Austria-Hungary a pretext to deal with a troublesome Serbia. Other nations supported Austria-Hungary because of the assassination. Austria-Hungary was morally justifies in its demands. Austria-Hungary was left without an heir to the throne. Serbia refused to let Austria-Hungary intervene into the judicial enquiry into the assassination. Serbia accepted all of Austria-Hungary's demands. Serbia depended on Russia to honour its formal commitments to Serbia. Serbia defied Austria-Hungary and refused any co-opereation. a period of diplomatic negotiation in a bid to prevent war. the time it took Austria-Hungary to negotiate a "blank cheque" from Germany. the time time took for the Russian army to mobilise. a period of time between the declaration of war on Serbia and the invasion of France.
23 March 2016
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