War came to Europe during harvest time, and most ordinary people heard the news as they worked in the fields. They reacted not with enthusiasm but with shock and fearWar came to Europe during harvest time, and most ordinary people heard the news as they worked in the fields. They reacted not with enthusiasm but with shock and fear
In the capitals of Europe, people danced in the streets when their governments announced formal declarations of war. When the first contingents of soldiers left for the front, jubilant crowds threw flowers at the feet of departing men
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Directions: Read each section independently and answer the questions that follow. You will turn this in for classwork credit at the end of each class period
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European War. The alliance system majorly caused The Great War because it aggravated the tension between the opposing countries and made rivalry and competition between European countries more and more dominant in World War One
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Why was southeastern Europe known as the “powder keg” of Europe in the early 1900s?
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Students apply skills by utilizing a variety of resources to construct theses and support or refute contentions made by others. Alternative explanations of historical events are analyzed and questions of historical inevitability are
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Three Emperors’ League: Germany, Russia, and Austria-Hungary linked together in an alliance against radical movements
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Once you know the areas you are least confident on reflect on why. What needs to change to make you confident on it? Sort that out, and then learn it. Be active, use all the resources the school has given you to help you
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His insistence upon Germany's willingness to go to war, his excuse for the Russian mobilization, his interpretation of the balance of power are high points in his exposition which require critical and thoughtful examination before acceptance
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What started out as a local European war soon became a global war that lasted from 1914-1918. World War I was the first war that involved nations
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Europeans continued to believe in the values and ideals that had been generated by the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment
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