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9:15:10 Notes - Intro to International Security Notes 15...

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Intro to International Security Notes 15 September 2010 The Great War Breakup of Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires Fall of German and Russian monarchies Rise of US to great power status Birth of new states: Austria, Hungary, Poland, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Lithuania, Latvia, etc. 1% of population killed, 4% of men in all combatant countries killed, 22% of military aged-men died in Serbia, 15% of military aged men died in Turkey The July Crisis (28 June-4 August) Assassination of Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne by a Serbian nationalist (28 June) A-H seeks and receives German assurances (5 July) A-H note with 10 demands delivered to Serbia (24 July) A-H demands investigation by A-H in Serbia (a violation of Serbian sovereignty) given 48 hours to reply to A-H Serbia rejects (some) A-H demands (26 July) A-H declares war on Serbia (28 July) Full Russian mobilization (30 July)
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course PLSC 165 taught by Professor Matthewkocher during the Fall '10 term at Yale.

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