A Hungarian patriot, led a revolt in 1848 in an attempt to gain Hungary's independence, elected "responsible governor president", Austria drove out the revolutionaries and he fled to Turkey
The common ruler of the Dual Monarchy, title was Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary
A skilled chancellor who headed the German Empire and shaped its foreign policy
Tried to bring the Ottoman Empire into the Triple Alliance, planned to extend German expansion through a railroad
Heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, assassinated on June 28, 1914
Assassinated Franz Ferdinand and Ferdinand's wife
The US President during World War I
A high official in the German foreign ministry, sent a secret telegram to Mexico
One of the Big Four, Italian Prime Minister
One of the Big Four, British Prime Minister
One of the Big Four, French Premier
Czar Alexander II
Became czar in 1855, issued the Emancipation Edict which freed all serfs, allowed rural districts to elect zemstvos (councils at the provincial and county levels)
Czar Alexander III & Czar Nicholas II
Successors of Czar Alexander II, tried every possible way to stamp out liberalism
A radical group that gained control of the Soviets
Leader of the Bolsheviks
June 28, 1914
Assassination of Franz Ferdinand and his wife
May 7, 1915
Sinking of the Lusitania
April 6, 1917
US declaration of war on Germany
November 11, 1918
Armistice with Germany to end the war
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
What countries made up the Triple Alliance?
France, Russia, Britain
What countries made up the Triple Entente?
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria
What countries made up the Central Powers?
France, Russia, Britain, Italy, Japan, US
What countries made up the Allied Powers?