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WESTERN CIV 23:34 Berlin Conference 1885 Delegates from Europe and US Regulate conditions of annexations o War would break out over Africa Effective occupation had to first be demonstrated o Citizens there,  o Claim land then settle there All powers must be notified o Couldn’t send in ships, troupes, trading company before notifying. Recognized Leopold o Congo- largest claim of all o Conference did agree to recognize Belgiums hold of congo Stop slavery o International inaction  o 15 years o all treaties adhere to these provisions provided for peace but not when they wanted to annex the territories. Scramble for Africa German holdings paltry by camparison Europe and colonization Britain: East and South Africa  French: West North Italy
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23:34 First Battle of the Marne, sept 6-9
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23:34 Wheel Movement around paris Reserve Sixth Army Germany First Cut  Western front animation 1914-1918 Race to the Sea o Last mobile faze of WW1 British blockade had control of the seas  Front extended through flanders Stalemate Both sides dug in o Extended trench lines o Deepened rifle pits o Constructed dugouts o Laid miles of barbed wire o 350 mile front Trench warfare o Filth o Trench foot Cold damp Gangrene 
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23:34 Death No man’s land o b/w trenches o barbed wire o dead bodies o water filled shell holes eastern front o Otto limanvon sanders o London dragged it feet o Secret Treaty of alliance o Church hills fault o Dardonelles strategically important Suez canal Black sea o Jihad o Inhibited Russias ability to wage war o Severed French/british access Gallipoli Churchills idea o Break statements Premised on british naval superiority
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  • Fall '10
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  • Franco Prussian war, trench warfare Stalemate, railway German Offensive, offensive Massive bombardement, massive british loss, trajectory Turkish howitzers

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