International Relations 1900 - 1939

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Topics to revise for your International Relations 1900 - 1939 exam.
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The overseas colonies lost by Germany after the Treaty of Versailles, 1919.
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The land lost by Germany after the Treaty of Versailles, 1919.
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The first Moroccan crisis (1905) and the second Moroccan/Agadir crisis (1911).
the chart shows how many ships have been built in different countries, from 1950 to present
The number of Dreadnoughts built by Britain and Germany, 1906 - 1914.
The Japanese invasion of Manchuria, 1931. Geography, American History, Social Studies, Imperial Japan, The Community, The Expanse
The Japanese invasion of Manchuria, 1931.
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The successes and failures of the League of Nations during the 1920s.
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Hitler's expansion of Germany, 1933 - 1939.
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Italian invasion of Abyssinia, 1935.
The military capacity of Europe's alliances, 1914. Alsace, Triple Entente, Triple Alliance, The Military, Luxembourg, Serbia, Great Britain, Hungary
The military capacity of Europe's alliances, 1914.
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March 2 Assignment | Modern American History
Under the Treaty of Versailles Germany was forced to admit under Clause 231 that it was guilty (G) for starting the war, to reduce its armed forces (A) to 100, 000 troops and give up all submarines and military aircraft, it was forced to pay £6.6 billion in reparations (R), give up areas of German land and its overseas empire (G) and was not allowed to join the newly created League of Nations (Le) - use the 'GARGLe' formula to remember these terms.
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In 1919, the 'Big Three' (Lloyd-George - Britain, Georges Clemenceau - France and Woodrow Wilson - USA) met at Versailles to draw up the terms of a peace treaty. France wanted to ensure that Germany was punished and that France would never again be threatened by German agression. Britain wanted to punish Germany but did not want to weaken Germany too much as this would effect its ability to trade. The USA did not want to impose a harsh treaty and wanted to set up a League of Nations.
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On 28th June 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, was assassinated in Sarajevo. Gavrilo Princip, a member of the 'Black Hand' Serbian nationalist group, was behind the killing. Austria - Hungary declared war on Serbia on the 28th June 1914, triggering the mobilisation of troops across Europe. By the 4th August 1914, the Great Powers were at war.