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Chapter 19 Section 1. June 28, 1914- Archduke Francis Ferdinand- visited Sarajevo, Bosnia- part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Chapter 19 Section 1 continued. Gavrilo Princip- Bosnia part of Serbia Assassinated Ferdinand Start of The Great War- WWI- The War To End All Wars Causes of WWI

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chapter 19 section 1

Chapter 19 Section 1

June 28, 1914- Archduke Francis Ferdinand- visited Sarajevo, Bosnia- part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire

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Chapter 19 Section 1 continued
  • Gavrilo Princip- Bosnia part of Serbia
  • Assassinated Ferdinand
  • Start of The Great War- WWI- The War To End All Wars
  • Causes of WWI
  • Imperialism, militarism, nationalism, tangled system of alliances
  • European powers- colonization- Africa
  • Militarism- building up- nation’s armed forces-prepare for war
  • Nationalism- pride in one’s country
  • Mobilization- readying of troops for war
  • Germany and Austria-Hungary- linked by a treaty
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Chapter 19 Section 1 continued
  • August 1, 1914- Germany declared war on Russia
  • Germany- first strike strategy- Schlieffen Plan- sweep through France- defeat the French- turn east and defeat Russia
  • Central Powers- Germany, Turkey, Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary
  • Allies- France, Serbia, Russia, and Great Britain
  • By 1915- Italy joined the Allies
  • Stalemate- situation- neither side- advantage
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Chapter 19 Section 1 continued
  • Americans oppose the Central Powers
  • Kaiser Wilhelm II- Kaiser of Germany- US did not trust him
  • Propaganda- information intended to sway public opinion
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