How did nationalism lead to WWI?
It made countries very competitive
If your country began to glorify warfare and prepare your armed forces for combat, then your country is following the principle of:
In the years prior to WWI, what region was referred to as the "powder keg" of Europe?
The Balkan Peninsula
What single event caused the "powder keg of Europe" to explode into war?
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Why did WWI involve so many countries?
Most European countries were in alliances
The Zimmerman telegram was an important cause leading to
The United States entering into WWI
A soldier fighting in the Battle of Verdun would have been most affected by
trench warfare tactics
How did the decisions made at the Congress of Vienna helped lead to WWI. The conditons were where:
alliances are formed among rival European nations
America's entry into WWI was good timing because another country just left the war. Which one?
What even officially ended WWI, even though the armistice already ended the fighting?
Treaty of Versailles
Which major Allied power member was not invited to the Paris Peace Conference?
the decision made by the Allies with the Treaty of Versailles to force Germany to pay war reparations Most Likely led to:
the economic depression in Germany
The harsh conditions imposed by the Treaty of Versailles after WWI laid the foundation for the rise of:
fascism in Germany
The Treaty of Versailles did what to Germany's military?
limited its size
Which leader at the Paris Peace Conference presented the "Fourteen Points" that might have prevented WWII from taking place?