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INTA 2100 Study Guide Exam 2 Definitions: Triple Entente: Schlieffen Plan: Reinsurance Treaty: Structural realism: Battle of Verdun: Alsace-Lorraine: Isolationism: Status quo: Imperialist: Prestige: Multipolar/Bipolar: Pan-Slavism: Dual Alliance: Triple Alliance: Three Emperors' League: Concert of Europe (who were the parties, what were the principles, why did it fail): Events: Franco-Prussian War: Who fought, who was expected to win, who won, terms of ending the war, results in the international system Unification of Germany: When did it happen, under who's leadership, what were the results for Germany, what was the effect of those results on the international system Russo-Japanese War:
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Balkan Wars: Who fought, why were they fighting, Russia/Austria/Turkey/Britain's roles Moroccan Crisis: Who was involved, what was the crisis, what were the effects Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand: Who did it, how did Austria-Hungary react, who was blamed, what was the result
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Unformatted text preview: World War I: What was happening in the years leading up to the war? Why were all the major powers feeling threatened? Who were their leaders? What do the various authors attribute as the cause of the war starting? What was the plan of each major power? What were the effects of the war on the nations of Europe and the international system? What were the interests of each major power? What was happening in domestic policies in each of the major powers? Great Britain: Germany: France: Austria-Hungary: Russia: Belgium: People: Define their nationality, role, what types of policies they implemented or supported, and significant events that occurred during their time Bismark: Kaiser Wilhelm I: Kaiser Wilhelm II: Schlieffen: Von Moltke, Sr.: Von Moltke, Jr.: Foch: Franz Josef: Edward Grey: Holstein: Causes of the war: Kagan's view, Gilpin's view, views regarding the military rise/decline of Germany...
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