World War I Chart By: Chase Wigginton Western Europe (GB and France) (690-694) The war sped up many developments in industrial societies and power of organization increased, especially through government interventions. Negotiations led to improved working conditions. The map was redrawn, Austria-Hungary was divided into two, Czechoscoyakia was created, Hungry was created, Yugoslavia was created, Poland was reinstated, and France gained territory and resources. Underlined Europe's pre-war position of global dominance. The war disrupted Europe's economy.The United States (652-655) The war made the United States into a complete and major power. There were lots of mixed feelings from citizens and other countries about the United States about the war. American businesses thrived during the war from selling food, raw materials, and weapons. New markets in Latin America and Asia took interest in Americans. British, Russia, and France all owed the United States great loans. The US didn’t suffer as many lives as other countries did. The U.S. transformed from an international debtor to the world’s largest creditor and strongest economy.Russia (681-685) Many revolutions occur during this time for this country.