TEST 3 notes - Archduke Franz Ferdinand Who: Air to the...

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Archduke Franz Ferdinand Who: Air to the Austrian Hungry thrown What: He wanted to make an Austrian-Hungry-Serb Empire, but the Serbs did not. When: The 20 th Century Where: Austria-Hungry Why: He was important because the Serbs assassinated him and the domino effect kicked in which lead to the start of WWI. Shlieffen Plan Who: The Germans and the French What: A German plan to fight the French first because they were more advanced. By doing this, Russia would not be able to get their armies ready to fight Germany When: early 20 th Century Where: Germany Why: On the journey to attack France, Germany invaded Belguim. Due to a document signed in 1830, the British entered the war Erich Maria Remarque Who: A German author What: Wrote the book, All Quiet on the Western Front When: 20 th century or 1927 Where: Germany Why: Gave insight to the brutality and violence of war. Treaty of Brest-Litovsk Who: The Russians and the Central Powers What: A Peace treaty between Russia and the Central Powers When: 20 th century or 1918 Where: Europe Why: Lenin tired to prevent a civil war by making peace with the Central Powers “Nicky and Sunny” Who: Tsar Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna Romanov (wife of Nicholas) What: Drove the Russian Government to shit. Nicholas was confused and not sure about his decisions, led to a shitty run country When: late 19 th century through early 20 th century Where: Russia Why: This led to the Bolsheviks taking control of the Russian Government. V.I. Lenin and Leon Trotsky Who: Lenin was the leader of the Bolsheviks (Marxists). Leon was his second in command. What: Lenin sought to “Bolshevise” Russia. When: early 20 th century or 1917 Where: Russia (all over) Why: He overtook the Russian Government with his ideas but this sparked a civil war because other countries were backing Kerensky 14 Points Who: Woodrow Wilson
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What: An armistice condition proposed by Woodrow Wilson. It looked for peace without victories, self- determination for the repressed nationalities, disarmament, freedom of the seas for all, and an international body to keep the peace permanently. His 14 points were based on the League of Nations When: early 20 th century or 1918 Where: Proposed in the U.S. was seen in Europe (Germany) Why: This became the basis of terms for the German surrender. War Guilt Clause Who: The nations involved in WWI What: A clause stating that Germany must pay reparations to France for war damages. When: early 20 th century or 1919 Where: Versailles, France Why: Caused inflation in Germany. The Nation went broke.9 League of Nations Who: Proposed by Woodrow Wilson, but the US never became part of it, several other countries did. What: An organization composed of many nations around the world that sought to maintain peace and promote amity among nations. When: early 20
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2009 for the course GENED 111 taught by Professor Faunce during the Spring '08 term at Washington State University .

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TEST 3 notes - Archduke Franz Ferdinand Who: Air to the...

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