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Chapter 28 Descent into the Abyss: WWI and the Crisis of the European Global Order. Sam Slonaker, Jeffrey Vickroy, Claire Knipe. Germany’s Arrogance. Economic & Military power rose Kaiser Wilhelm II Triple Entente - France, Britain, Russia Central Powers - Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy.

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chapter 28 descent into the abyss wwi and the crisis of the european global order

Chapter 28

Descent into the Abyss: WWI and the Crisis of the European Global Order

Sam Slonaker, Jeffrey Vickroy, Claire Knipe

germany s arrogance
Germany’s Arrogance
  • Economic & Military power rose
  • Kaiser Wilhelm II
  • Triple Entente - France, Britain, Russia
  • Central Powers - Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
alliances and imperialism
Alliances and Imperialism
  • Imperial rivalries exacerbated alliances
  • France tried to expand from Morocco
  • Jingoism rose throughout Europe
  • Smaller countries were abrasive
  • Navy rivalry (Germany and Britain)
social unrest
Social Unrest
  • Strikes
  • Socialism
  • Trade Unions
  • Powers’ reactions
the outbreak of the war
The Outbreak of the War
  • Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary & his wife, Sophie assassinated July 1914
  • Alliances quickly became very relevant
  • Armies mobilized July 1914
  • Germany had a special plan
fighting in the colonies
Fighting in the Colonies
  • Indigenous people
  • revealing of the true nature of Europeans
  • doubt of European rule
india
India
  • Independence Movements
  • National Congress Party
  • British Racism
  • British nationalism
  • India paid for a lot for British things
india continued
India Continued
  • religion and nationalism
  • B. G. Tilak- Indian nationalist leader
  • Hindu communalists
  • opened the ways for more moderate politicians
gandhi and the nationalist struggle
Gandhi and the Nationalist Struggle
  • Indian and WWI
  • Montagu- Chlemsford reforms
  • Rowlatt Act
  • Mohandas Gandhi
  • satyagraha
egypt
Egypt
  • Colonization
  • Lord Cromer
  • Effendi and Nationalism
  • Dinshawai Incident
  • Britain harshness
  • A hunger for independence
middle east
Middle East
  • Turkey
  • Entente Powers didn’t keep their promises
    • Palestine
  • Zionist
    • Leon Pinsker, Theodor Herzl
    • World Zionist Organization
  • Conflict between the Arabs and Jews in Palestine
egyptian revolt
Egyptian Revolt
  • WWI
  • Wafd Party
    • Sa’d Zaghlul
  • British withdrawal
  • Growing social gap
african struggle for independence
African Struggle for Independence
  • colonizers exploited African raw materials and people
  • pan-African organizations
  • negritude
    • Leopold Sedar Senghor
  • African nationalism
the war in europe
The War in Europe
  • Germany attempts to conquer France
  • Railway system and big armies
  • The Western Front
  • The beginning of the Trench Wars
  • Fighting in the trenches
the war in the east and in italy
The War in the East and in Italy
  • Russia was able to mount some offensives
  • Austro-Hungary actions involving other parts of Europe
    • Italy, France, and Britain
the home fronts in europe
The Home Fronts in Europe
  • Support back home, consisted of mixed feelings
    • Politicians
    • Civilians
    • Government
  • The war gets closer towards the end
the war outside europe
The War Outside Europe
  • Conflict amongst the nations
    • Fighting spread throughout the world
endgame the return of offensive warfare
Endgame: The Return of Offensive Warfare
  • Germany’s offensives
  • Nearing the end of the war
    • Central Powers collapsing
postwar attitudes
Postwar Attitudes
  • Italy and Japan wanted advantage
  • France felt entitled
  • David Lloyd George
  • Colonized areas ignored
the peace of paris
The Peace of Paris
  • Also known as the Treaty of Versailles
  • Germany had no say (was targeted)
  • Austria was targeted also
  • Many fatal flaws
global upheavals and connections
Global Upheavals and Connections
  • Political and Economic shift in power
  • Social unrest
  • Decolonization
chapter 28 key concepts
Chapter 28 Key Concepts
  • Resistance to colonialism of the main opposing powers throughout the world made World War 1 a truly global war.
  • Social and Political tensions were exacerbated by imperialist and colonial rivalries, leading to an outbreak of war.
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  • Peace attempts failed entirely due to the selfishness of the nations in charge of them.
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  • World War 1 was a major turning point in world politics, giving newer nations more power.